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Catalog of Copyright Entries, Fourth Series 



volume 1, part 8, number 1 



renew; 



als 




Part 8 of 
an 8 part 
catalog of 
copyright 
registrations. 










January 
through 
June 
1978 



Copyright 
Office 



Library 

of 

Congress 

Washington 

D.C. 

20559 

1980 




Catalog 

of 

Copyright 

Entries 

fourth 

series 



Catalog of Copyright Entries, Fourth Series 



volume 1, part 8, number 1 



renew; 



als 








Part 8 of 
an 8 part 
catalog of 
copyright 
registrations. 






January 
through 
June 
1978 



Copyright 
Office 



Library 

of 

Congress 

Washington 
D.C. 

20559 

1980 



Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 79-640907. 

ISSN 0163-7363 Key title: Catalog of copyright entries. Fourth 
series. Part 8. Renewals. 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government 
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. 




The Catalog of Copyright Entries for 
1978 begins a new series. Published by 
authority of section 707 of Title 17 of 
the United States Code, this new Fourth 
Series coincides with the implementa- 
tion of the Copyright Act of 1 976 ( Pub- 
lic Law 94-553). 

The Catalog is divided into eight parts. 
Five of these parts correspond to the 
administrative classes established 
under section 408(c) of Title 17 of the 
United States Code. Three additional 
parts consist of categories of works 
within these classes: maps, motion 
pictures/filmstrips, and serials/ 
periodicals. The table at the end of this 
preface shows the organization of the 
Catalog and the registration class des- 
ignators. The parts of the Catalog in 
which each entry is published are de- 
termined, in some cases, by both the 
registration class and the nature of the 
work covered by the registration. Some 
issues, therefore, will contain entries 
for registrations in classes in addition to 
those designated in the table. 

All works listed in the Catalog are en- 
tered under title, with an index of au- 
thors, claimants, and other names as- 
sociated with the work. Filing is word 
by word. Titles which consist only of 
special characters are at the head of the 
Catalog, followed by titles beginning 
with Arabic numerals filed in numeri- 
cal sequence. Each entry includes a bib- 
liographic description followed by data 
relating to the copyright claim (name 
of the copyright claimant as given in 
the application for registration, date of 
creation, date of registration, copyright 
registration number, etc.). Except for 
renewals and supplementary regis- 
trations, the descriptive portion of the 
entries is formulated in a modified 
ISBD (International Standard Biblio- 
graphic Description) format. Some de- 



viations from the prescribed format 
were necessary to better meet the needs 
of the Copyright Office. 

Entries for published and unpublished 
material are interfiled. Entries for 
supplementary registrations are inter- 
filed with entries for basic registrations, 
and should be consulted in conjunction 
with the entry for the original registra- 
tion. Entries pertaining to original 
copyrights secured before January 1, 
1978 but not registered until on or after 
January 1, 1978 are interfiled with en- 
tries pertaining to original copyrights 
secured under Public Law 94-553. En- 
tries appearing in the Catalog for the 
first time which pertain to pte-1978 
registrations are filed and indexed in a 
separate section at the end of the 
Catalog. 

Information pertaining to changes of 
copyright ownership is not included in 
the Catalog, but a search of Copyright 
Office files may be requested from the 
Register of Copyrights. A fee for the 
search and report will be estimated at 
the statutory rate of $10 per hour. 

For each registration listed, except for 
renewals and supplementary regis- 
trations, there has been deposited one 
or two copies or phonorecords (or in 
some instances other identifying mate- 
rial) of the work in accordance with the 
provisions contained in section 408 of 
Title 17 of the United States Code. Such 
deposits may be selected for inclusion 
in the collections of the Library of 
Congress. Library of Congress printed 
cards are available for many of the pub- 
lished works so selected. Orders for 
such cards or inquiries concerning 
them should be addressed to the 
Cataloging Distribution Service Divi- 
sion, Building 159, Navy Yard Annex, 
Washington, D.C. 20541. 



For a more complete desct iption of the 
contents of this issue of the Catalog see 
the Introduction. 

Orders for individual issues, subscrip- 
tions for one or more parts, or for the 
complete Catalog, should be sent to the 
Superintendent of Documents, U.S. 
Government Printing Office, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 20402. 

The Copyright Office welcomes in- 
quiries, suggestions, and comments on 
the content and organization of the 
Catalog. Such communications should 
be addressed to the Chief of the 
Cataloging Division, Copyright Of- 
fice, Library of Congress, Washington, 
D.C. 20559. 



Inejace continued 



Administrative 


Or 


ganization 


Classification 


of 






System 


Parts 




Class TX: 


i 


1 


Nondramatic Literary 


Nondramatic Literary Works 


C 


1 


Works 


Class PA: 


P 


T 


Class TX, excluding serials 


Works of the Performing Arts 






and periodicals 


Class VA: 

Works of the Visual Arts 


4 


2 


Serials and Periodicals 
Class TX 


Class SR: 


A 


m* 




Sound Recordings 




A 




Class RE: 




^^^^ 




Renewal Registration 


A 


3 


Performing Arts 

Class PA, excluding mo- 


Unpublished works are identified 


1 


H* 


tion pictures and filmstrips 


by a small "u" following the double 


k. 


A 


(includes musical works, 


letters in all classes except RE (e.g., 






dramatic works, pan- 


TXu 1-617). 


* 


§ 


tomimes, and choreo- 
graphic works) 

Motion Pictures and Film- 
strips 

Class PA 

Visual Arts 

Class VA, excluding car- 




3 


*T 


tographic materials (in- 




hb_ 


cludes all other pictorial, 








graphic, and sculptural 








works) 




ri 


D 


Maps 






& 


Class VA 




J 

| 


rr 


Sound Recordings 








Class SR 

Renewals 

Class RE 




introduction 




Table of Contents 

page 

1 Current Registrations 
123 Index 
189 Abbreviations and Symbols 



PART 8 lists all renewal registrations 
made during the period covered by this 
issue. All entries are interfiled, and are 
therefore not separated by either class 
or subject of original registration. 

Pre-1978 renewal registrations which 
have not appeared in an earlier issue of 
the Catalog of Copyright Entries are not 
included in Part 8, but may be found in 
the part of the Catalog which corres- 
ponds to the class of original registra- 
tion. 



Basic Renewal Registrations 

Each entry includes the following items 
of information, if available and appli- 
cable. 

1. Title, followed by subtitle and/or 
descriptive statements. 

2. Names of authors, including edi- 
tors, translators, etc 

3. Edition statement. 

4. Series statement. 

5. Additional titles included in the 
renewal application, such as al- 
ternative titles, translated titles, 
etc. 

6. Notes. Information is given here 
which serves to supplement the 
data that is given elsewhere in the 
entry in order to describe a work 
more accurately or identify it more 
explicitly, if such information is 
available in the renewal applica- 
tion. 



7. Statement that the work was pub- 
lished as a contribution to a 
periodical, serial, or other com- 
posite work. 

8. Brief statement of the new matter 
on which the original copyright 
was claimed, preceded by the ab- 
breviation NM, if available in the 
renewal application. 

9. Copyright symbol ©. 

10. Date of original copyright. 

11. Original registration number. 

12. Name of the renewal claimant fol- 
lowed by a statement in parenthe- 
ses, usually abbreviated, giving 
the basis of the renewal claim as 
supplied by the applicant; e.g., 
"John Doe and Company 
(PWH)" indicates that renewal 
copyright is claimed by John Doe 
and Company as proprietor of 
copyright in a work made for hire. 

13. Effective date of renewal registra- 
tion. 

14. Renewal registration number. 



introduction continued 



Supplementary Registrations 

Entries for supplementary registrations 
include the following items of informa- 
tion, if available and applicable. 

1. Title and authors' names as they 
appeared in the basic renewal reg- 
istration. 

2. Statement that the entry is for a 
supplementary registration, fol- 
lowed by the basic renewal regis- 
tration number and year date of 
renewal registration. 

3. Identification of corrected or 
amplified information which is 
not included in the catalog entry 
(i.e., address, citizenship, etc.). 

4. Contents. 

5. Copyright symbol ©. 

6. Name of the renewal claimant. 

7. Corrected/amplified information 
followed by the related informa- 
tion as it appeared in the basic 
renewal registration, if the origi- 
nal information is included in the 
application for supplementary reg- 
istration. 

8. Effective date of supplementary 
registration, preceded by the ab- 
breviation REG. 

9. Supplementary registration num- 
ber. 



Contributors 

The following individuals were primary 
contributors to cataloging or editing of 
entries appearing in this issue of the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries. 



Deborah Borkman 
]oanna L. Burns 
Robert G. Colton 
Dale B. Ei'erette 
Martha L. Fisher 
]oseph R. Grimes 
Edward A. Kapusciar^ 
Thomas H. Lester 
Diane S. Roe 
Carol E. Smalls 
Stephen G. Soderberg 
Frances C. Talley 
Elizabeth P. Tracxewski 
Mary Ann Tripp 
Clara C. Yeadon 



current 
registrations 




A list, arranged by title, of all renewal registrations made during the 
period covered by this issue. References from variant titles and from other 
titles associated with the renewal registration are interfiled. 



2 DETECTIVE HYSTBBY NOVELS MAGAZINE. 

2 detective mystery novels magazine. 
Vol. 30, no. 2, spring 1950. © 17Feb50; 
B238505. CBS Publications, the 
consumer publishing division of C B S, 
Inc. (PCS); 30Jun78; HE 3-996. 



5 HESTEBN NOVELS MAGAZINE. 

5 western novels magazine. Vol. 3, 
no. 2, Feb. 1951. C 5Dec50; B285398. 
CBS Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCS); 29Jun78; EE 3-994. 



A OSTED LE CONOZCO YO. 

A usted le conozco yo. Letra y 
musica: Vicente Hari Bas. © 2<tDec50; 
EFO-6364. Vicente Hari Bas (Laredo) 
(A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-462. 



2 DETECTIVE HYSTERY NOVELS HAGAZINE. 

2 detective mystery novels magazine. 
Vol. 30, no. 3, summer 1950. 6 9Hay50; 
B249477. CBS Publications, the 
consumer publishing division of C B S, 
Inc. (PCS); 30Jun78; RE 3-998. 



2 DETECTIVE HYSTERY NOVELS HAGAZINE. 

2 detective mystery novels magazine. 
Vol. 31, no. 1, fall 1950. 9 11Aug50; 
B2642 53. CBS Publications, the 
consumer publishing division of C B S, 
Inc. (PCS); 30Jun78; RE 4-002. 



2 DETECTIVE MYSTERY NOVELS MAGAZINE. 

2 detective mystery novels magazine. 
Vol. 31, no. 2, winter 1951. O 10Nov50; 
B277999. CBS Publications, the 
consumer publishing division of C B S, 
Inc. (PCS); 30Jun78; RE 4-009. 



2 SONATINEN F0ER KLAVIEB. 

2 Sonatinen fuer Klavier. Op. 7. 
Gottfried VonEinem. 5Apr50; 
EFO-3189. Gottfried VonEinem (A); 
13Feb78; RE 612. 



6 EASY PIANO PIECES. See 

6 lette Klaverstykker. (BE 1-834.) 



6 LEICHTE KLAVIERSTOECKE. See 

6 lette KlaverstykKer. (BE 1-834.) 



6 LETTE KLAVEBSTIKKEB. 

6 lette Klaverstykker. Music: Sven 
Erik Tarp. Add. ti. : 6 leichte 
Klavierstuecke; 6 easy piano pieces. 
S 22Dec50; EFO-7496. Sven Erik Tarp 
(A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-834. 



THE 9 O'CLOCK EXPRESS. 

The 9 O'clock Express. By E. Melvin 
Bolstad, author of renewable matter: 
Anton Schutz. 6 5Jul50; H1653. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PBH) ; 
7Mar78; BE 1-219. 



20TH CENT0BY LIBBABY. See 

Fyodor Dostoevsky: insight, faith, and 

prophecy. (BE 4-107.) 
George Bernard Shaw: critic of western 

morale. (BE 3-793.) 



THE ABANDONED. 

The Abandoned. By Paul Gallico. 
6 22Aug50; A46715. Billiam T. Gallico 
6 Bobert L. Gallico (C) ; 10Bay78; 
BE 2-754. 



ACCEPT O0B GIFTS. 

Accept our gifts. Music: Bath H. 
Caskey. (In The Choir herald, July 
1950) NH: music. © 26May50; B249251. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PBH) ; 
24May78; BE 3-253. 



ACHIEVEMENT TESTS: GBOSING OP HITH 

Achievement tests: Growing up with 
arithmetic. Book 5. By Bose Beber 6 
Buth Beber. © 12Sep50; AA161617. 
Litton Educational Publishing, Inc. 
(PBH); 1May78; BE 2-630. 



ACKI, ICKI, OCKI, BACKI. 

Acki, icki, ocki, wacki. Words: Nils 
Bie, pseud, of Nils Persson, music: 
Beinhold Foiack. © 19Dec50; EF18741. 
Nils Persson, pseud.: Nils Bie (A); 
6Mar78; BE 1-200. 



2 SONATINEN F0ER KLAVIER. 

2 Sonatinen fuer Klavier. Op. 12, Nr. 
2. Music: Hans Poser. C 13Dec50; 
EFO-7933. Baltraut Poser (H) ; 25Bay78; 
BE 3-140. 



30TH ANN0AL BEPOBT OF THE NATIONAL 

B0BEA0 OF ECONOMIC BESEABCH, INC. 
See 
New facts on business cycles. 
(BE 2-184.) 



ACKI, ICKI, OCKI, SACKI. 

Acki, icki, ocki, wacki. Bords: Nils 
Bie, music: Reinhold Foiack. © 19Dec50; 
EF18741. Karin Linnea Larsson (C of 
Beinhold Foiack); 6Mar78; BE 1-201. 



2ND GRADE SOCIAL ST0DIES SERIES. See 
Tom's town. (BE 1-437.) 



3. CONCEBTO PER PIANOFOBTE E OBCHESTBA. 

3. concerto per pianoforte e 
orchestra. m Gian Francesco Halipiero. 
8 20Apr50; EFO-3334. Gian Francesco 
Halipiero (A) ; 28Har78; BE 1-847. 



3X7=2 1. 

3x7=21. Lyrics 6 music: Dave 
Bartholomew. O 31Hay50; E0205596. 
Dave Bartholomew (A); 7Feb78; BE 454. 



5 DETECTIVE NOVELS HAGAZINE. 

5 detective novels magazine. Vol. 2, 
no. 3, winter 1951. O 5Dec50; B285393. 
CBS Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 29Jun78; BE 3-993. 



5 SESTERN NOVELS HAGAZINE. 

5 western novels magazine. Vol. 3, 
no. 1, Dec. 1950. O 3Oct50; B274252. 
CBS Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 29Jun78; BE 3-987. 



1000 BAYS A SALESHAN CAN INCREASE 

1000 ways a salesman can increase his 
sales. By Charles B. Both, editor: 
Frieda Hartman Darcy. © 29Hay50; 
A44541. Charles B. Roth S Frieda 
Hartman Darcy (A) ; 3May78; BE 2-725. 



1716. 

1716; largo for organ. Husic: Flor 
Peeters. © 12JU150; EP47999. Flor 
Peeters (A) ; 6Jun78; BE 3-803. 



A-SPEED ON THE DEEP. 

A-speed on the deep. By The Vitaphone 
Corporation. © 5Dec50; HP737. Pathe 
News, Inc. (PBH) ; 1Hay78; BE 2-389. 



A TBOTAB. 

A trotar. Piano. Adaptation 6 arr. 
H. Salina, pseud, of Manuel G. Salinger. 
O 21Dec50; EF22093. Manuel G. Salinger 
(pseud.: H. Salina) (A); 13Har78; 
BE 1-488. 



ACBOSS THE RIVER AND INTO THE TREES. 

Across the river and into the trees. 
Pt. 4. By Ernest Hemingway. (In 
Cosmopolitan, Hay 1950) © 28Apr50; 
B243214. Hary Hemingway (B) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 4-097. 



ACBOSS THE RIVER AND INTO THE TBEES. 

Across the river and into the trees. 
Pt. 2. By Ernest Hemingway. (In 
Cosmopolitan, Har. 1950) O IHarSO; 
B234720. Hary Hemingway (B) ; 12Jun78; 
BE 4-098. 



ACBOSS THE BIVEB AND INTO THE TBEES. 

Across the river and into the trees. 
Pt. 3. By Ernest Hemingway. (In 
Cosmopolitan, Apr. 1950) O 31Har50; 
B239182. Hary Hemingway (B) ; 12Jun78; 
BE 4-099. 



ACROSS THE BIVEB AND INTO THE TBEES. 

Across the river and into the trees. 
Pt. 5. By Ernest Hemingway. (In 
Cosmopolitan, June 1950) © 26Hay50; 
B247331. Hary Hemingway (B) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 4-101. 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



ACTION COMICS, DEC. 1950. 
Superman. (BE 151.) 



See 



ACTION COMICS, FEB. 1951. See 
Superman. (BE 1«.) 



ACTION COHICS, JAN. 1951. See 
Superman. (RE 150.) 



ACTION COHICS, NOV. 1950. See 
Supernan. (RE 153.) 



ACTION COMICS, OCT. 1950. See 
Superman. (BE 338.) 



ACTION COHICS, SEPT. 1950. See 
Superman. (RE 341.) 



ADAGIO. 

Adagio. From Piano sonata in B flat, 
opus 22. Music by Beethoven, 
transcribed for B-flat clarinet and 
piano: Gustav Langenus. NM: tran- 
scription. 29Dec50; EP52359. H. J. 
Adelaide Bright G Alan C. Langenus (C of 
Gustav Langenus); 24Feb78; RE 508. 



ADAGIO. 

Adagio; organ-piano duet, violin ad 
lib. Music: Harjorie Nelson. 
6 22Jun50; EP48566. Marjorie Nelson 
(A) ; 7Jul78; RE 4-085. 



ADDITIONAL BOOKLET ON NUMBER JACK. 

Additional booklet on Number Jack. By 
Falk Felix Gottschalkson. © 11Apr50; 
AA148663. Falk Felix Gottschalkson (A) ; 
10Har78; RE 1-230. 



ADDITIONAL BOOKLET ON N0MBER JACK. See 
Second additional booklet on Number 
Jack. (RE 1-231.) 



ADESSO BASTA. 

Adesso basta. w Pinchi, pseud, of 
Pino Perotti, a Angelo Brigada. 
© 25May50; EFO-3941. Angelo Brigada 
(A) ; 16Jun78; BE 4-128. 



ADESSO BASTA. 

Adesso basta. w Pinchi, pseud, of 
Pino Perotti, m Angelo Brigada. 
© 25May50; EFO-394 1. Teresa Torti 
Perotti («) ; 16Jun78; RE 4-129. 



ADIE0, JOLIE. 

Adieu, jolie. Words S music: Virginia 
Walsh. S 1Dec50; E0222703. Virginia 
Halsh (A); 1May78; RE 3-373. 



ADJ0STERS MAN0AL FOR SINGER SEWING 

Adjusters manual for Singer sewing 
machines 247-4, 247-5, 247-6 and 247-7, 
three needles and two loopers. Forn 
20453, Jan. 1950. By Singer Manu- 
facturing Company. NM: new ill. 6 text. 
© 15Bay50; AA151949. The Singer 
Company (PWH) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-060. 



ADJUSTERS HAN0AL FOB SINGEB SEWING 

Adjusters manual for Singer sewing 
machines 253-1 and 253-2, one needle and 
one looper, two-thread chain stitch. 
Form 20454, Oct. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. 6 
text. © 28Nov50; AA168271. The Singer 
Company (PWH) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-086. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 9. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. 3Har50; 
AA 145049. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-375. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 10. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 10Mar50; 
AA148054. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH); 10Mar78; RE 1-381. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 11. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 17Mar50; 
AA 148055. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH); 10Har78; HE 1-382. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 12. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 24Mar50; 
AA148056. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH); 10Mar78; RE 1-383. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 13. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 31Mar50; 
AA148057. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH); 10Mar78; RE 1-384. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 14. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 7Apr50; 
AA148689. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH) ; 24Mar78; HE 1-567. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 15. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 14Apr50; 
AA148690. Bancroft- Whitney Company 
(PWH) ; 24Har78; RE 1-568. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE BEPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 16. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 21 Apr 50; 
AA 150223. Bancroft- Whitney Company 
(PWH) ; 24Har78; RE 1-571. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE BEPOBTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 17. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 28Apr50; 
AA150221I. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH) ; 24Mar78; BE 1-572. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 18. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. © 5May50; 
AA150225. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH) ; 24Mar78; RE 1-573. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 19. © 12May50; AA153513. 
Bancroft- Whitney Company (PWH); 24Har78; 
BE 1-579. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA APPELLATE REPOBTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 20. © 19May50; AA153514. 
Bancroft- Whitney Company (PWH); 24Mar78; 
RE 1-580. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 21. O 26flay50; AA153515. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Mar78; 
BE 1-581. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 22. O 2Jun50; AA153516. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Mar78; 
RE 1-582. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 23. O 9Jun50; AA155227. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Bar78; 
HE 1-586. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 24. © 16Jun50; AA155228. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Mar78; 
RE 1-587. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA APPELLATE BEPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 25. © 23Jun50; AA155229. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Mar78; 
BE 1-588. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA APPELLATE REPORTS. 

Advance California appellate reports. 
Vol. 11, no. 26. © 30Jun50; AA156046. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Mar78; 
HE 1-591. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA BEPOBTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 10. NM: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 7Mar50; AA145053. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 10Mar78; 
BE 1-376. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 11. NM: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 14Mar50; AA148051. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 10Mar78; 
BE 1-378. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 12. NM: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 21Mar50; AA148052. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 10Mar78; 
RE 1-379. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 13. NM: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 28Mar50; AA148053. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 10Sar78; 
HE 1-380. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 14. NM: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 4Apr50; AA148686. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Mar78; 
HE 1-564. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 15. NM: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 11Apr50; AA148687. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Mar78; 
BE 1-565. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA BEPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 16. NM: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 18Apr50; AA148688. 



1978 



COBEENT REGISTRATIONS 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA REPORTS. (CON.) 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Har78; 
BE 1-566. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 18. NH: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. 9 2Hay50; AA150221. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24flar78; 
RE 1-569. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 17. tM: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. 9 25Apr50; AA150222. 
Bancroft-Hhitney Company (PWH) ; 24Mar78; 
RE 1-570. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 19. NH: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 9Hay50; AA153509. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Har78; 
RE 1-575. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 20. NH: headnotes, summaries, 
tables, index. © 16Hay50; AA153510. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Mar78; 
BE 1-576. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 21. © 23May50; AA153511. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Har78; 
BE 1-577. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 22. © 30Hay50; AA153512. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Har78; 
BE 1-578. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA BEPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 23. © 6Jun50; AA155224. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Har78; 
BE 1-583. 



ADVERTISING HAT AND LAYOUT SERVICE ... 

Advertising mat and layout service for 
retail grocers & food merchants. 
Service A. 1Har50; AA157616. 
Carnation Company (A) ; 15Har78; 
BE 1-760. 



AESOP'S FABLES. See 
Hythoi tou Aisopou. 



(BE 3-811.) 



AFFAIBS OF STATE. 

Affairs of state; a comedy in three 
acts. By Louis Verneuil, pseud, of 
Louis Jacques Marie Collin. NH: 
revisions. © 23Oct50; D025731. 
Florence Byan (E) ; 12Hay78; BE 2-686. 



APTEE AWHILE. 

After awhile. Words 6 music: E. P. 
Johnson. 24May50; E0205016. E. P. 
Johnson (A) ; 10Apr78; EE 3-291. 



APTEB I'VE CALLED YOU SWEETHEART ... 

After I've called you sweetheart (how 
can I call you friend) Words: Bernie 
Grossman, music: Little Jack Little. 
NH: arr. for voice 6 piano. © 11Apr50; 
EP<»5613. H C A Music, a division of H C 
A, Inc. (PWH); 8Hay78; BE 2-789. 



AFTER SOCH A LIFE. 

After such a life. By Margaret Anglin 
Hull. © 10Aug50; D025151. Margaret 
Anglin Hull (A) ; 20Jan78; RE 193. 



AGAINST THE TIDE. 

Against the tide. By Muriel Elwood. 
© 3Mar50; A41883. Mrs. Ingeborg E. 
Kuenzly (Adm. c.t.a. for the estate of 
Muriel Elwood); 7Feb78; BE 366. 



THE AGE OF ANXIETY. 

The Age of anxiety. For piano 6 
orchestra, arr. for 2 pianos. ■ Leonard 
Bernstein, arr. Leo Smit. Add. ti. : 
Symphony number 2. © 15Feb50; EP45126. 
Leonard Bernstein (A) & G. Schirmer, 
Inc. (PWH); 11May78; BE 2-818. 



EL ALAHEIN. 

El Alaaein. By Winston Spencer 
Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, episode 
149) C 2Nov50; AA166673. Sara Audley 
6 Lady Soaaes (C) ; 21Jun78; BE 3-509. 



ALASKA MAGAZINE PUBLISHING COMPANY. See 
The Alaska sportsman. (BE 2-940.) 



ALASKA NOW. 

Alaska now. By Herbert H. Hilscher. 
Bev. ed. NH: rev. ed. C 24Feb50; 
A41293. Herbert H. Hilscher (A); 
17Har78; BE 1-442. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 2, 
Feb. 1950. By Alaska Magazine 
Publishing Company. © 10Jan50; 
B227833. Alaska Northwest Publishing 
Company (PCW) ; 15May78; BE 2-929. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 3, 
Bar. 1950. By Alaska Magazine 
Publishing Company. © 10Feb50; 
B233006. Alaska Northwest Publishing 
Company (PCW) ; 15May78; BE 2-930. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 4, 
Apr. 1950. By Alaska Magazine 
Publishing Company. 3 10Har50; 
B235740. Alaska Northwest Publishing 
Company (PCW); 15flay78; EE 2-931. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 5, 
Hay 1950. By Alaska Magazine Publishing 
Company. © 10Apr50; B240690. Alaska 
Northwest Publishing Company (PCW) ; 
15May78; BE 2-932. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 6, 
Jane 1950. By Alaska Hagazine 
Publishing Company. © 10Hay50; 
B246548. Alaska Northwest Publishing 
Company (PCW) ; 15May78; BE 2-933. 



ADVANCE CALIFORNIA REPORTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 24. © 13Jun50; AA155225. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Mar78; 
BE 1-584. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA BEPOBTS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 25. © 20Jun50; AA155226. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH); 24Har78; 
BE 1-585. 



ADVANCE CALIFOBNIA BEPOETS. 

Advance California reports. Vol. 11, 
no. 26. © 27Jun50; AA156044. 
Bancroft-Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Har78; 
BE 1-590. 



THE ADVENT0BES OF SHEELOCK HOLHES. 

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. 
Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 
adapted by Olive Eckerson. NH: 
adaptation. © 25Aug50; A47054. Globe 
Book Company, Inc. (PWH) ; 15Hay78; 
BE 2-950. 



ADVENTOBES WITH THE GIANTS. 

Adventures with the giants. By 
Catherine F. Sellew. © 20Har50; 
A4192 7. Catherine F. Sellew (Mrs. John 
Hinchman) (A); 5Hay78; BE 2-788. 



THE AGE OF INDISCBETION. 

The Age of indiscretion. By Clyde 
Brion Davis. © 27Har50; A42338. David 
B. Davis (C) ; 7Har78; EE 1-175. 



THE AGE OF TASTE. 

The Age of taste. Entire drawing: 
Saul Steinberg. (In Harper's magazine, 
Oct. 1950) © 4Oct50; B270362. Saul 
Steinberg (A); 26Jun78; BE 3-901. 



THE AGONY IN THE KINDEBGABTEN. 

The Agony in the kindergarten. By 
William Steig, foreword: Arthur Steig. 
© 17Har50; A42342. Willi as Steig (A); 
27Mar78; BE 1-875. 



LES AGBIATES. 

Les Agriates. By Pierre Benoit. 
© 60ct50; AFO-3345. Eobert Esnenard 
(E) ; 22Hay78; BE 2-849. 



AGRICULTURAL PBOGBESS IN THE COTTON .. 
Agricultural progress in the Cotton 
Belt since 1920. By John Leonard 
Fulmer. © 4Apr50; A42654. John 
Leonard Fulmer (A) ; 21Feb78; BE 630. 



AN AID TO TIMING. 

An Aid to timing. By George Lindsay. 
© 27Har50; AA145942. George Lindsay 
(A); 21flar78; BE 1-545. 



THE ALASKA SPORTSMAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 7, 
July 1950. By Alaska Magazine 
Publishing Company. © UunSO; B250025. 
Alaska Northwest Publishing Company 
(PCW) ; 15Hay78; BE 2-934. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 8, 
Aug. 1950. By Alaska Hagazine 
Publishing Company. © UulSO; B254119. 
Alaska Northwest Publishing Company 
(PCW) ; 15May78; BE 2-935. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 9, 
Sept. 1950. By Alaska Hagazine 
Publishing Company. © 1Aug50; B257557. 
Alaska Northwest Publishing Company 
(PCW) ; 15May78; BE 2-936. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 
10, Oct. 1950. By Alaska Hagazine 
Publishing Company. © 1Sep50; B264922. 
Alaska Northwest Publishing Company 
(PCW); 15Hay78; BE 2-937. 



THE ALASKA SPOBTSHAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 
11, Nov. 1950. By Alaska Hagazine 
Publishing Company. C 29Sep50; 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE ALASKA SPORTSMAN. (CON.) 

B267801. Alaska Northwest Publishing 

Company (PCW); 15Hay78; RE 2-938. 



THE ALASKA SPORTSMAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 16, no. 
12, Dec. 1950. By Alaska Magazine 
Publishing Company. 1Nov50; B272893. 
Alaska Northwest Publishing Company 
(PCW) ; 15Nay78; RE 2-939. 



THE ALASKA SPORTSMAN. 

The Alaska sportsman. Vol. 17, no. 1, 
Jan. 1951. By Alaska Magazine 
Publishing Company. 1Dec50; B277582. 
Alaska Northwest Publishing Company 
(PCH) ; 15May78; BE 2-9*0. 



ALBERT GALLATIN AND THE OREGON ... 

Albert Gallatin and the Oregon 
problem: a study in Anglo-American 
diplomacy. By Frederick Merk. 
20Sep50; A49019. Mrs. Frederick Berk 
(W) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-448. 



ALB0QOERQDE TEN MINUTES. 

Albuguergue ten minutes; a one act 
comedy. By Florence Ryerson (Florence 
Ryerson Clements) 26Jun50; D024769. 
Hal Ryerson (C) ; 23Jan78; RE 194. 



ALEGRIA. 

Alegria. Music: Manuel Baracha & Luis 
Gomez, pseud, of Lou Whiteson. 
© 18Apr50; EFO-3662. Lou Whiteson 
(pseud.: Luis Gomez) (A); 13Mar78; 
RE 1-498. 



ALEGRIA. 

Alegria. Music: Luis Gomez £ Manuel 
Baracha, pseud, of Bill Tringham. 
© 18Apr50; EFO-3662. Bill Tringham 
(pseud.: Manuel Baracha) (A); 13Mar78; 
RE 1-499. 



ALEXANDER AND BOBMA. 

Alexander and Burma. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 137) 9 190ct50; AA164455. 
Lady Sara Audley £ Lady Soames (C) ; 
21Jun78; RE 3-489. 



ALIMONY. 

Alimony. w Buddy 2bsen, m Tex 
Williams (Sollie Williams) 9 170ct50; 
E0218624. Buddy Ebsen (A); 3Jan78; 
RE 7. 



ALKIBE ELECTRONIC STEEL METHOD. 

Alkire electronic steel method. Pt. 
4. Composer, arranger £ author of text: 
Eddie Alkire (Elbern H. Alkire) 
9 26May50; E47678. Elbern H. Alkire 
(A) ; 5Bay78; RE 2-736. 



ALL ABO0T AOSTBIA. 

All about Austria. Text: Virginia 
Creed. © 21Apr50; A43862. Virginia 
Creed (A); 30Jun78; RE 4-064. 



ALL ALONG THE LINE. 

All along the line. Words: Luella 
Williams, music: David Strand. 
8Jun50; E0206326. Luella Williams 6 
David Strand (A); 1May78j RE 3-369. 



ALL AMERICAN RAINBOW. 

All American rainbow. w Bob Hilliard, 
m Victor Young. © 10Nov50; EP50536. 
Abraham Marcus, Bank of America National 
Trust £ Savings Association (E of Victor 
Young) 5 Jacqueline Hilliard (W) ; 
6Feb78; RE 142. 



ALL AMERICAN WESTERN. 

All American western. No. 118, 
Feb.-Mar. 1951. 18Dec50; B285876. D 
C Comics, Inc. (PWH) ; 29Mar78; RE 1-389. 



ALL ARO0ND AMERICA. 

All around America. By Ralph w. 
Cordier, E. B. Robert, Laura Mengert 
Hugley 6 Rafaello Busoni. 27Apr50; 
A43953. Rand McNally £ Company (PWH); 
27Mar78; RE 1-935. 



ALL CREATORES OF O0R GOD AND KING. 

All creatures of our God and King. By 
Brisley. Add. ti. : Saint Francis and 
the birds. © 31Mar50; H1557. 
Providence Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 
18May78; BE 3-086. 



ALL GLORY, LAOD AND HONOR. 

All glory, laud and honor; chorale 
prelude for organ with Hammond 
registrations. Composer 6 arranger: 
Frances McCollin. NM: organ arr. 
© 6Nov50; EP50560. Frances McCollin 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-852. 



ALL I MEAN TO DO. 

All I mean to do. Words 6 music: 
Jerry David Parker. 18Dec50; 
E0223927. Jerry David Parker (A) ; 
12Jun78; BE 3-651. 



ALL IN THE APRIL EVENING. 

All in the April evening. For 
unaccompanied chorus of mixed voices 
S. A. B. Words by Katharine Tynan, m Hugh 
Stevenson Roberton. NM: arr. 
6 30Oct50; EFO-5125. Kenneth Bantock 
Boberton (C) ; 5May78; BE 2-812. 



ALL OF A SODDEN. 

All of a sudden. w 6 m by Ben Jack, 
pseud, of Stephan Banjak, £ Bay Anthony. 
© 30Hov50; EP52357. Bay Anthony (A); 
3Apr78; RE 2-028. 



ALL O' GOD'S CHILL0N GOT SHOES. 

All o'God's chillun got shoes; Negro 
spiritual. For mixed voices, with piano 
ace. Musical arr. J. Rosamond Johnson. 
© 30Dec50; EP51503. Mildred Johnson 
Edwards (C) ; 20Mar78; RE 965. 



ALL STAB COMICS. 

All star comics. No. 57, Feb.-Mar. 
1951. © 11Dec50; B277559. D C Comics, 
Inc. (PHH) ; 7Jul78; RE 4-012. 



ALL YE THAT CLEAVE 
All ye that cleave 
S. S. A. with soprano, 
alto soloes, optiona 
Text from Deuteronom 
Stanleigh P. Friedma 
part women's voices. 
EP51748. Martin A. 
Boeder £ Edward W. F 
RE 2-134. 



NTO THE LOBD. 

unto the Lord. 

mezzo-soprano 6 
1 part for harp, 
y 4, music and arr. 
n. NM: music £ 3 

© 22Dec50; 
Boeder, Dorothy F. 
riedman (E) ; 3Apr78 



L'ALLEGBA BBIGATA. 

L'Allegra brigata; 6 novelle in un 
dramma, tre atti. Words E music: Gian 
Francesco Malipiero. © 4Mar50; 
EFO-2459. Gian Francesco Malipiero (A) ; 
1May78; RE 2-595. 



ALLEL0IA! (O SING WITH JOY) 

Alleluia! (0 sing with joy) From J. 
S. Bach cantata For us is a child born. 
For mixed voices SATB. Musical arr. 
Paul Narvid, pseud, of Morten J. Luvaas. 
NM: arr. © 1Aug50; EP48365- Agnes 
Luvaas (W) ; 7Apr78; BE 2-173. 



ALLEL0JA. 

Alleluja. For chorus. By Mozart, 
arr. for woodwind quartet: Quinto 
Maganini. NM: arr. © 28Nov50; 
EP51416. Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini 
(W) ; 12Apr78; BE 2-245. 



ALL0 LE CIEL. 

Alio le ciel. Extrait de l'album Les 
Enfants s'asusent. Words 6 music: 
Charles Humel, pseud, of Hubert 
Mellones. O 4Dec50; EFO-6146. 
Danielle Melka £ Alexandrine Berthier 
(NK) ; 3Mar78; BE 910. 



ALL'S WELL TONIGHT. 

All's well tonight. Music by Harry 

Parr-Davies, words by Christopher 

Hassall. 9 15Nov50; EFO-6522. 

Marjorie Carina David (NK of Harry 
Parr-Davies) 6 E. Hassall (W) ; 10May78; 
BE 2-921. 



ALMA MATES. 

Alma mater. w Sally Ann Bianchi £ 
Miriam Ann Wyse, m Macy Orville Teetor £ 
Joan Teetor. © 10Jan50; E0189948. 
Macy Orville Teetor (A); 9Jan78 ; RE 33. 



ALS EINSIEDLER GEH" ICH IN DEN WALD. 

Als Einsiedler geh' ich in den Wald. 
Words: Erich Meder, music: Peter 
Kreuder. © 28May68 (in notice: 1950) ; 
EFO-131993. Peter Kreuder 6 Erich Meder 
(A) ; 30May78; BE 3-409. 



ALTER YO0B LIFE. 

Alter your life. By Emmet Fox. © on 
p. 84-88, The Tower of Babel £ p. 89-96, 
God, the Deliverer; 15Feb50; A41051. 
Kathleen Whelan (NK) ; 30May78; RE 2-765. 



AMAZING GBACE! 

Amazing grace! Music arr. Roger C. 
Wilson. (In The Choir herald, July 
1950) NM: music arr. © 26May50; 
B249251. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 24May78; BE 3-249. 



AMAZING STORIES, JOLY 1950. See 

Contributions by Edwin James, pseud, 
of James E. Gunn. (BE 3-813.) 



AMERICA THE BEAOTIF0L. 

America the beautiful. Music arr. Hoy 
E. Nolte. (In The Volunteer choir, June 
1950) NM: music arr. © 20Apr50; 
B246286. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-902. 



THE AMEBICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL 

The American Academy of Political and 
Social Science. Annals. Vol. 268, Mar. 
1950. © 22Mar50; B237725. The 
American Academy of Political and Social 
Science (PCW); 15Mar78; BE 1-361. 



THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL 

The American Academy of Political and 
Social Science. Annals. Vol. 269, May 
1950. © 12May50; B245533. The 
American Academy of Political and Social 
Science (PCW); 15Mar78; RE 1-362. 



THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL 

The American Academy of Political and 
Social Science. Annals. Vol. 270, July 
1950. © 10JU150; B255211. The 
American Academy of Political and Social 
Science (PCW) ; 15Mar78; BE 1-363. 



1978 



CORBENT BEGISTfUTIONS 



THE AHEBICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL ... 

The American Academy of Political and 
Social Science. Annals. Vol. 271, 
Sept. 1950. 13Sep50; B263951. The 
American Academy of Political and Social 
Science (PCH); 15Har78; BE 1-364. 



THE AHERICAN ACADEHY OF POLITICAL 

The American Academy of Political and 
Social Science. Annals. Vol. 272, Nov. 
1950. 10NOV50; B27270U. The 
American Academy of Political and Social 
Science (PCH); 15Har78; BE 1-365. 



AHERICAN ABTIST. 

American artist. Vol. 14, no. 7, 
Sept. 1950. © 20Aug50; B260976. 
Billboard Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 
6Jun78; BE 3-009. 



AHEBICAN ABTIST. 

American artist. Vol. 14, no. 8, Oct. 
1950. 20Sep50; B2664 17. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 3-016. 



AHEBICAN ABTIST. 

American artist. Vol. 14, no. 9, Nov. 
1950. © 20Oct50; B269963. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
BE 3-023. 



AHEBICAN ABTIST. 

American artist. Vol. 14, no. 10, 
Dec. 1950. 6 20Nov50; B274312. 
Billboard Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 
6Jun7 8; BE 3-028. 



AHEBICAN BOOK-PBICES COBBENT. 

American book-prices current. 
1949-1950. Editor: Edward Lazare. 
6 6Nov50; AA166371. Edward Lazare 6 
Bamona J. Lazare (PWH);' 1Har78; 
BE 1-340. 



AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY. JO0BNAL. 

American Ceramic Society. Journal. 
Ceramic Abstracts. Vol. 33, no. 7, July 
1, 1950. 6 7Jul50; B254519. American 
Ceramic Society, Inc. (PCH); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-928. 



THE AHEBICAN CEEAHIC SOCIETY. 

The American Ceramic Society. 
Journal. Ceramic abstracts. Vol. 33, 
no. 8, Aug. 1, 1950. © 7Aug50; 
B263645. American Ceramic Society, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Jun78; BE 3-930. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY. ... 

The American Ceramic Society. 
Journal. Ceramic abstracts. Vol. 33, 
no. 9, Sept. 1, 1950. 6 8Sep50; 
B265469. American Ceramic Society, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Jun78; BE 3-932. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY. ... 

The American Ceramic Society. 
Journal. Ceramic abstracts. Vol. 33, 
no. 10, Oct. 1, 1950. © 70ct50; 
B268557. American Ceramic Society, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Jun78; BE 3-933. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY. 

The American Ceramic Society. 
Journal. Ceramic abstracts. Vol. 33, 
no. 11, Nov. 1, 1950. © 3Nov50; 
B275655. American Ceramic Society, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Jun78; BE 3-937. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY. ... 

The American Ceramic Society. 
Journal. Ceramic abstracts. Vol. 33, 



no. 12, Dec. 1, 1950. © 6Dec50; 
B284989. American Ceramic Society, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Jun78; BE 3-939. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY BOLLETIN. 

The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 
Vol. 29, no. 7, July 15, 1950. 
15JU150; B259701. American Ceramic 
Society, Inc. (PCH); 16Jun78; BE 3-929. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY BOLLETIN. 

The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 
Vol. 29, no. 8, Aug. 15, 1950. 
© 17Aug50; B263648. American Ceramic 
Society, Inc. (PCH); 16Jun78; BE 3-931. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY BOLLETIN. 

The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 
Vol. 29, no. 9, Sept. 15, 1950. 
© 21Sep50; B268746. American Ceramic 
Society, Inc. (PCH); 16Jun78; BE 3-934. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY BOLLETIN. 

The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 
Vol. 29, no. 10, Oct. 15, 1950. 
6 21Oct50; B274952. American Ceramic 
Society, Inc. (PCH); 16Jun78; BE 3-935. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY BOLLETIN. 

The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 
Vol. 29, no. 11, Nov. 15, 1950. 
© 22Nov50; B274953. American Ceramic 
Society, Inc. (PCH); 16Jun78; BE 3-936. 



THE AHEBICAN CEBAHIC SOCIETY BOLLETIN. 

The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 
Vol. 29, no. 12, Dec. 15, 1950. 
© 30Dec50; B281353. American Ceramic 
Society, Inc. (PCH); 16Jun78; BE 3-938. 



AHEBICAN CITY GOVEBNHENT. 

American city government. By William 
Anderson, revision: William Anderson 6 
Edvard R. Heidner. Bev. ed. Prev. pub. 
1925. NH: revision. © 6Feb50; A41153. 
Holt, Binehart and Hinston (PHH) ; 
31Har78; BE 1-879. 



AHEBICAN GAHE BIRDS FASHIONED BY ... 

American game birds fashioned by 
Hembley in the modern manner. By 
Hembley, Inc., employer for hire. 
© 8Sep50; KK54112. Hembley Industries, 
Inc. (PHH) ; 3Hay78; BE 2-674. 



AHEBICAN HERITAGE. 

American heritage. Vol. 2, no. 2, 
winter 1951. © 15Dec50; B486167. 
American Heritage Publishing Company, 
Inc. (PHH) ; 21Feb78; BE 962. 



AHEBICAN JOOBNAL OF INTEBN ATIONAL LAH. 

American journal of international law. 
Vol. 44, no. 2, Apr. 1950. © 26Apr50; 
B243122. American Society of 
International Law (PCH); 10Har78; 
BE 8 40. 



AHEBICAN JOOBNAL OF INTEBN ATIONAL LAH. 

American journal of international law. 
Vol. 44, no. 3, July 1950. © 29Aug50; 
B260812. American Society of 
International Law (PCH) ; 10Har78; 
BE 841. 



AHEBICAN JOOBNAL OF INTEBN ATIONAL LAH. 

American journal of international law. 
Vol. 44, no. 1, Jan. 1950. © 10Har50; 
B236646. American Society of 
International Law (PCH); 10Har78; 
BE 842. 



AHEBICAN JOUBNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAH. 

American journal of international law. 
Vol. 44, no. 4, Oct. 1950. 13Dec50; 
B277443. American Society of 
International Law (PCH) ; 10Har78; 
BE 843. 



THE AHEBICAN JOOBNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY. 

The American journal of physiology. 
Vol. 163, no. 3, Dec. 1, 1950. 
© 28Dec50; B279753. American 
Physiological Society, Inc. (PCH) ; 
8Hay78; BE 3-639. 



AHEBICAN J0BISPB0DENCE. 

American jurisprudence. Vol. 6, rev.: 
aviation to bankruptcy. George S. 
Gulick, editor-in-chief, S Hilliam s. 
Anderson, managing editor. Appl. states 
copyright not claimed in any material 
secured from official 0. S. Govt, 
sources. © on additions E revisions; 
9Hay50; AA150629. Jurisprudence 
Publishers, Inc. (PHH); 11 May 78; 
BE 2-785. 



AHEBICAN LAH BEPOBTS. 

American law reports; digest of cases 
and annotations with table of cases 
digested. 2d ser., v. 7-9. Appl. 
states copyright not claimed on material 
from 0. S. Govt, sources. © on 
revisions 6 additions; 14Feb50; 
AA143143. The Lawyers Co-operative 
Publishing Company 6 Bancroft-Hhitney 
Company (PHH) ; 2Feb78; BE 427. 



AHEBICAN LAH BEPOBTS. 

American law reports; digest of cases 
and annotations with table of cases 
digested. 2d ser., v. 7-10. Appl. 
states copyright not claimed in any 
material secured from official 0. S. 
Govt, sources. © on additions £ 
revisions; 6Apr50; AA147839. The 
Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
& Bancroft-Hhitney Company (PHH) ; 
20Apr78; RE 3-228. 



AHEBICAN LAH EEPORTS. 

American law reports; digest of cases 
and annotations with table of cases 
digested. 2d ser., v. 7-11. © 20Jun50; 
AA160980. The Lawyers Co-operative 
Publishing Company S Bancroft-Hhitney 
Company (PHH) ; 12Jun78; BE 4-082. 



AHEBICAN LAH BEPOBTS ANNOTATED. 

American law reports annotated. 2d 
ser., v. 9. By Edwin Stacey Oakes 
(editor-in-chief) et al. © 14Feb50; 
AA142740. The Lawyers Co-operative 
Publishing Company 6 Bancroft-Hhitney 
Company (PHH) ; 10Har78; BE 1-167. 



AHEBICAN LAH BEPOBTS ANNOTATED. 

American law reports annotated. 2d 
ser., v. 10. By Edwin Stacey Oakes 
(editor-in-chief) et al. Appl. states 
copyright not claimed in any material 
secured from official 0. S. Govt. 
sources. © on additions 6 revisions; 
6Apr50; AA 147937. The Lawyers 
Co-operative Publishing Company 6 
Bancroft-Hhitney Company (PHH); 20Apr78; 
RE 3-229. 



AHEBICAN LAH BEPOBTS ANNOTATED. 

American law reports annotated. 2d 
ser., v. 11. By George S. Gulick 
(editor-in-chief) et al. © 20Jun50; 
AA160981. The Lawyers Co-operative 
Publishing Company 6 Bancroft-Hhitney 
Company (PHH); 12Jun78; BE 4-083. 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



AMERICAN LAN REPORTS ANNOTATED. See 

Pemanent digest of American law 

reports annotated covering volumes 

1-175 A L R. (RE 215.) 

Permanent digest of American law 

reports annotated covering volumes 

1-175 ALB. (BE 1-169.) 



THE AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE. 

The American Legion magazine. Vol. 
48, no. 3, Mar. 1950. 17Peb50; 
B234653. The American Legion (PCM) ; 
6Feb78; RE 360. 



THE AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE. 

The American Legion magazine. Vol. 
48, no. 2, Feb. 1950. © 17Jan50; 
B22967I4. The American Legion (PCH) ; 
1Feb78; BE 367. 



THE AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE. 

The American Legion magazine; regular. 
Vol. 48, no. 4, Apr. 1950. © 17Mar50; 
B238706. The American Legion (PCS) ; 
28Feb78; RE 835. 



THE AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE. 

The American Legion magazine; regular. 
Vol. 48., no. 5, (lay 1950. © 17Apr50; 
B243220. The American Legion (PCH) ; 
31Har78; RE 1-822. 



THE AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE. 

The American Legion magazine. Vol. 
48, no. 6, June 1950. © 17May50; 
B2477 47. The American Legion (PCW) ; 
5Hay78; BE 2-741. 



THE AMEBICAN LEGION MAGAZINE. 

The American Legion magazine. Vol. 
49, no. 1, July 1950. © 17Jun50; 
B253108. The American Legion (PCH); 
30Hay78; RE 3-398. 



THE AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE. 

The American Legion magazine; regular. 
Vol. 49, no. 2, Aug. 1950. © 17JU150; 
B262894. The American Legion (PCH) ; 
30Jun78; RE 4-261. 



AMERICAN MAGAZINE, APB. 1950. See 
Shake hands with .Death. (BE 1-774.) 



AMEBICAN MARITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
1, Jan. 1950. 6 10Feb50; B231758.. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Feb78; RE 638. 



AMERICAN MABITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
2, Feb. 1950. © 20Mar50; B237714. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Feb78; BE 639. 



AMEBICAN MABITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
3, Mar. 1950. 6 3May50; B244431. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Feb78; BE 640. 



AMEBICAN MABITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
4, Apr. 1950. 6 7Jun50; B249632. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Feb78; BE 641. 



AMERICAN MARITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
5, Hay 1950. © 13Jul50; B255320. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Feb78; BE 642. 



AMERICAN MABITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
6, June 1950. O 18Aug50; B260238. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Peb78; BE 643. 



AMEBICAN MABITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
7, July 1950. O 31Aug50; B262085. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH); 
21Feb78; BE 644. 



AMERICAN MABITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
8, Sept. 1950. O 18Oct50; B269814. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Feb78; RE 645. 



AMEBICAN MARITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
10, Nov. 1950. 6 22Dec50; B278848. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Feb78; RE 646. 



AMEBICAN MABITIME CASES. 

American maritime cases. Vol. 28, no. 
9, Oct. 1950. © 21Nov50; B274699. 
American Maritime Cases, Inc. (PCH) ; 
21Feb78; BE 647. 



AMEBICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY. 

American Mathematical Society. 
Transactions. Vol. 69. no. 2, Sept. 
1950. 8 21Dec50; B281242. American 
Mathematical Society (PCH) ; 12Jan78; 
BE 48. 



THE AMEBICAN MEBCOBY. SEPT. 1950. See 
Baby in the icebox. (BE 468.) 



THE AMEBICAN BED CBOSS. 

The American Red Cross; a history. By 
Foster Bhea Dulles. 6 19JU150; A46790. 
The American National Bed Cross (PHH) ; 
15May78; BE 3-043. 



AMERICAN SCHOOL BOABD JODRNAL. See 
Hord from Hashington. (BE 3-576.) 



AMONG FBIENDS. 

Among friends; a comedy in one act. 
By Percival Rilde. Adapted from the 
French of Gabriel Timmory 6 Jean 
Monoussi. © 2Jun50; DP10 1. Dana H. 
Boss (NK of Percival Hilde) ; 12Jun78; 
BE 4-050. 



AMONG MY SOOVENIBS. 

Among my souvenirs. Arr. for piano 
accordion: Charles Nunzio. NM: arr. 
© 31Dec50; EP52681. Chappell 6 
Company, Inc. (PHH); 16Feb78; BE 519. 



LES AM0RE0X DO CLAIR DEL0NE. 

Les Amoreux du Clair DeLune. Hords: 
Maurice Vandair, pseud, of Maurice 
Vanderhaeghen, a Maurice Alexander. 
© 31Dec50; EF38037. Maurice Alexander 
(A) ; 22Jun78; BE 4-133. 



LES AMOBE0X DO CLAIB DEL0NE. 

Les Amoreux du Clair DeLune. Hords: 
Maurice Vandair, pseud, of Maurice 
Vanderhaeghen, music: Maurice Alexander. 
© 31Dec50; EF38037. Maurice 
Vanderhaeghen (pseud.: Maurice Vandair) 
(A); 22Jun78; RE 4-134. 



AMOS FOBT0NE. FBEE MAN. 

Amos Fortune, free man. By Elizabeth 
Yates McGreal. © 17Apr50; A42905. 



Elizabeth Yates McGreal (A) ; 16Mar78; 
RE 1-787. 



AMOS STANDS FOB BIGHT DOING. 

Amos stands for right doing. Painting 
by Linson. © 31Mar50; K24652. 
Providence Lithograph Company (PHH) ; 
18May78; BE 3-068. 



ANABACOA. 

Anabacoa. Span, words S music: Juan 
Ramirez (Juanchin Ramirez) © 29Dec50; 
EP167880. Juanchin Bamirez (Juan 
Ramirez) (A); 13Mar78; RE 1-470. 



ANATOMY OF THE SPINE. 

Anatomy of the spine. By Ciba 
Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. 
© 30Nov50; AA168068. Ciba-Geigy 
Corporation (PHH) ; 28Apr78; BE 2-609. 



ANCIENT NEAR EASTEBN TEXTS RELATING ... 

Ancient Near Eastern texts relating to 
the Old Testament. Editor: James B. 
Pritchard. © 19Sep50; A48143. James 
B. Pritchard (A); 20Jan78; BE 226. 



ANCLIFFE IN THE BALLBOOM. 

Ancliffe in the ballroom. For brass 
band. Music by Charles Ancliffe, arr. 
Frank Bright. NM: arr. © 28Dec50; 
EFO-5755. Boosey £ Hawkes, Inc. (PHH) ; 
24Feb78; BE 515. 



ANCOBA. 

Ancora. Hords: Gian Carlo Testoni, 

music 6 arr. Giorgio Fabor. (Hith Se 

non fosse nato) © 10Sep50; EF19295. 

Alfredo Testoni 6 Gian Paolo Testoni 
(C) ; 22Mar78; BE 1-725. 



ANCOBA. 

Ancora. Hords: G. C. Testoni, music & 
arr. Giorgio Fabor, pseud, of Fabio 
Borgazzi. (Hith Se non fosse nato) 
© 10Sep50; EF19295. Fabio Borgazzi, 
pseud. : Giorgio Fabor (A) ; 22Mar78; 
BE 1-726. 



AND IT CAME TO PASS. 

And it came to pass; twelve mime plays 
from the Old Testament story. By Mrs. 
J. G. Marash. © 22Nov50; DF59. Mrs. 
J. G. Marash (A); 23Jan78; BE 195. 



AND NEVEB BEEN KISSED. 

And never been kissed; a comedy in 
three acts. By Aurand Harris. 
Dramatization of Sylvia Dee's novel. 
NM: dramatization. © 15Mar50; DP77. 
Aurand Harris (A) ; 23Jan78; RE 197. 



AND THAT'S FOR S0BE. 

And that's for sure. Hords & music: 
Charles Fowlkes. © 6Feb50; E0192799. 
Charles Fowlkes (A); 10Apr78; BE 3-280. 



AND HE'LL PBAI. 

And we'll pray. Hords 6 music: 
Phyllis Mildred Richardson (Phyllis 
Mildred Sammons) © 6Mar50; E0195851. 
Phyllis Mildred Sammons (formerly 
Richardson) (A) ; 8May78; BE 2-877. 



AND WITH HIS STBIPES HE ABE HEALED. 

And with His stripes we are healed; 
anthem for mixed voices with soprano & 
baritone solos, SSATB. Music 6 arr. 
Hill Foster. © 3Jan50; EP43997. Hill 
Foster (A); 3 1Mac78; BE 1-321. 



1978 



COBBENT REGISTRATIONS 



ANDAN DICIENDO POB "II." 

Andan diciendo por "ai." Words 6 
music: Pablo Valdes HerDandez. 
20Dec50; EF17226. Pablo Valdes 
Hernandez (A) ; 24Feb78; BE 702. 



ANNALS OP MATHEMATICS STUDIES, NO. 25. 
See 
Contributions to Fourier analysis. 
(BE 442.) 



AQ0ATIC HO0SE PABTY. 

Aquatic bouse party. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. © 31Har50; 
HP991. National Telefilm Associates, 
Inc. (PBH) ; 20Har78; BE 1-526. 



ANDANTINO. 

Andantino. For violin, viola, 
violoncello 6 piano. By Karl Stamitz, 
arr. Quinto Haganini. NM: arr. 
S 2Jul50; EP48237. Margaretta 
Kingsbury Maganini (B) ; 12Apr78; 
BE 2-403. 



ANDANTINO. 

Andantino. For 2 flutes £ piano. By 
Karl Stanitz, arr. Quinto Haganini. NB: 
arr. 6 2Jul50; EP48238. Hargaretta 
Kingsbury Maganini (B) ; 12Apr78; 
BE 2-401. 



ANDO HARCRITO. 

Ando marchito. Letra y musica: Jose 
DeJesus Morales. © 27Dec50; EF21902. 
Jose DeJesus Morales (A); 13Mar78; 
BE 1-485. 



ANDY PANDA IN THE ISLE OF MECHANICAL 
MEN. See 
Salter Lantz Andy Panda in the Isle of 
Mechanical Men. (BE 3-435.) 



ANESTHESIOLOGY. 

Anesthesiology. Vol. 11, no. 1, Jan. 
1950. 9 13Feb50; B232265. American 
Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 16Jan78; BE 85. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY. 

Anesthesiology. Vol. 11, no. 2, Mar. 
1950. © 26Apr50; B243121. American 
Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 16Jan78; BE 86. 



ANNALS OF MATHEMATICS STODIES, NO. 26. 
See 
A Theory of cross-spaces. (BE 2-226.) 



ANNOTATED LABS OF HA SSACH0SETTS. 

Annotated lavs of Massachusetts. Vol. 
1-3, 5-10, 1949 cumulative suppl. Appl. 
states copyright not claimed on material 
from 0. S. Govt, sources. © on revisions 
6 additions; 24Peb50; AA143933. The 
Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
(PBH) ; 2Feb78; BE 428. 



ANOTHEB BILLIONAIRE IN TEXAS. 

Another millionaire in Texas. w 6 m 
Dan Shapiro £ Lester Lee. © 27Jan50; 
E0191839. Dan Shapiro (A); 19Jan78; 
BE 308. 



ANOTHEB SOMAN'S HAN. 

Another woman's man. Bords & music: 
Marylyn Scott. 6 1Sep50; E0214015. 
Harylyn Scott (A); 10Apr78; BE 1-691. 



ANSBEBS TO EVEN- NO MB ER ED PROBLEMS IN 

Answers to even-numbered problems in 
Plane trigonometry. By John J. Corliss 
6 Binifred V. Berglund. © 27JU150; 
AA159481. Eleanor Graham Corliss (B) ; 
5Jun78; BE 3-172. 



ANTIQOES. See 

The Hagazine Antiques. (BE 444.) 

The Hagazine Antiques. (RE 445.) 

The Hagazine Antiques. (BE 446.) 

The Magazine Antiques. (BE 447.) 

The Hagazine Antiques. (RE 448.) 

The Hagazine Antiques. (BE 449.) 



L'ABBBE TIC-TAC. 

L'Arbre tic-tac. By Claude Aveline, 
pseud, of Eugene Avitsine. © 15Nov50; 
AFO-3742. Claude Aveline (A) ; 22May78; 
BE 2-862. 



ARCH OF STABS. 

Arch of stars. By Clifford Lindsey 
Alderman. © 23Jun50; A45003. Clifford 
Lindsey Alderman (A) ; 5Hay78; BE 2-735. 



ARCHETYPES. 

Archetypes. © 16Har50; AA146090. 
The Rosicrucian Fellowship (PBH) ; 
27Feb78; BE 746. 



ARCHIE'S PAL J0GHEAD COHICS. 

Archie's pal Jughead comics. Vol. 1, 
no. 4, Feb. 1951. © 22Dec50; B284160. 
Archie Comic Publications, Inc. (PCB) ; 
22May78; BE 3-440. 



L'ABCHIPEL LENOIB. See 
Poof. (BE 2-558.) 



ARCTIC VENT0RE. 

Arctic venture. By Kenneth Gilbert S 
Clifford N. Geary. 9 13Har50; A43360. 
Kenneth Gilbert (A) ; 14Apr78; BE 2-348. 



ABE Y00 A GOOD NEIGHBOR? 

Are you a good neighbor? Bords: 
Ninabelle Hurst Nichols, music: Mathilda 
Bude Arnold. © 12Dec50; EP51741. 
Hathilda Bude Arnold (A) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 1-758. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY. 

Anesthesiology. Vol. 11, no. 3, Hay 
1950. 9 8Jun50; B249681. American 
Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 16Jan78; RE 87. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY. 

Anesthesiology. Vol. 11, no. 4, July 
1950. © 14Aug50; B2594 15. American 
Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 16Jan78; BE 88. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY. 

Anesthesiology. Vol. 11, no. 5, Sept. 
1950. © 200ct50; B269693. American 
Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 16Jan78; RE 89. 



ANYBODY CAN DO ANYTHING. 

Anybody can do anything. By Betty 
MacDonald. Portion prev. pub. under 
title It all happened to me, in 4 issues 
of Saturday evening post, 1950. NH: 
some new material. © 10Jul50; A45408. 
Anne Elizabeth Evans G Mrs. Girard Keil 
(C) ; 20Har78; BE 1-651. 



ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN. 

Anything can happen. Bords £ music: 
Anthony Biondolillo. © 5Apr50; 
E0199671. Anthony Biondolillo (A); 
15Hay78; RE 2-945. 



APOLOGETICAL BORKS. See 

Tertullian: Apologetical works. 
(BE 3-391.) 



ABE YO0 HAPPY? 

Are you happy? Bords 6 music: Audrey 
N. Daly £ Ted Krause. 9 24Nov50; 
E0222351. Peer International 
Corporation (PBH of Ted Krause) ; 6Mar78; 
RE 1-198. 



ABISE IN OS. 

Arise in us; anthem for male voices 
with organ. Bords: John Hasefield, 
music: Hartin Shaw. 9 250ct50; 
EFO-5605. Besthorpe, Bard 6 Catchpole 
(E of Hartin Shaw); 3Jul78; BE 3-779. 



ARNOLD P0BPEENICKEL. 

Arnold pumpernickel. © 1Jul50; 
KK51563. Arnold Bakers, Inc. (PBH); 
10Hay78; BE 2-755. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY. 

Anesthesiology. Vol. 11, no. 6, Nov. 
1950. 9 20Dec50; B278479. American 
Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 16Jan78; RE 90. 



ANNA FR0H HAVANA. 

Anna from Havana. Bords £ music: Tim 
Gayle, Lillian Ruttan £ Clem Barkins. 
© 29Dec50; EP52157. Tim Gayle, Lillian 
Ruttan & Clem Barkins (A); 7Har78; 
BE 765. 



ANNALS OF HATHEHATICS STODIES, NO. 23. 
See 
Existence theorems in partial 

differential equations. (RE 117.) 



APPLE BLOSSOH TIME AT HOME. 

Apple blossom time at home. No. 1383. 
By Grandma Moses (Anna Hary Robertson 
Hoses) 9 26Apr50; G016139. James C 
Tomasi (Adm. ct.a.); 20Har78; RE 1-640. 



APPLIANCE £ HO0SESAEES CATALOG, 

Appliance £ housewares catalog, 
1950-1951. By Central Queens Electric 
Supply Corporation. © 10Oct50; 
AA163558. Jaqua-HcKee, Inc. (PBH) ; 
5Jun78; BE 3-919. 



APBIL IS IN HER LOVELY FACE. 

April is in her lovely face. By 
Thomas florley, arr. for mixed voices: 
Harry R. Bilson. NH: arr. 9 13Jun50; 
EP47654. Nadine Bilson (B) ; 1Hay78; 
BE 2-597. 



ARNOLD'S SINGING CLASS H0SIC, NO. 653. 
See 
She walks in beauty. (RE 3-772.) 



AROOND AND ARO0ND. 

Around and around. By Morris Kolbe. 
9 13Nov50; D025956. Horris Kolbe (A); 
27Apr78; RE 2-580. 



ABOOND THE BORLD IN 80 DAYS. 

Around the world in 80 days. By J. 
Verne, adapted into an illustrated story 
by Albert L. Ranter. (Classics 
illustrated, no. 69) NH: adaptation. 
9 28Har50; AA146959. Twin Circle 
Publishing Company, division of Frawley 
Enterprises (PBH) j 16Har78; BE 1-561. 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



ABRIVAL AT THE INN. 

Arrival at the inn. By E. Helvin 
Bolstad, author of renewable Batter: 
Anton Schutz. O 5Jul50; H1655. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Nar78; BE 1-221. 



AS WE PAST. 

■As we part; benediction. Husic 6 
words: Roger C. Wilson & Herman 
VonBerge. (In The Choir herald, June 
1950) 20Apr5O; B246285. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-8914. 



AT WAR WITH THE ARHY. 

At war with the Army; a farce comedy 
in 3 acts. By James B. Allardice. NM: 
stage business, lightplots, property 
list 6 scene design. 11Apr50; DP79. 
Hrs. James B. Allardice (W) ; 30May78; 
HE 2-762. 



THE ARROW OF SONG. 

The Arrow of song; a play in three 
acts. By T. B. Morris. 25Jul50; 
DP257. T. B. Morris (A) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 200. 



ARTHUR LEE SIMPKINS TELESCRIPTIONS. 

Arthur Lee Simpkins telescriptions. 
By Snader Telescriptions Corporation. 
20Nov50; MP986. Pathe News, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 15May78; RE 2-956. 



ARTNEWS. 

Artnews. Vol. 18, no. 10, Feb. 1950. 
1Feb50; B231153. Artnews Associates 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 491. 



ARTNEWS. 

Artnews. Vol. 49, no. 1, Mar. 1950. 
1Mar50; B236174. Artnews Associates 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 49 2. 



ARTNEWS. 

Artnews. Vol. 19, no. 2, Apr. 1950. 
© 1Apr50; B211216. Artnews Associates 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 493. 



AS WE PRAY. 

As we pray. Husic: Blanche Douglas 
Byles. (In The Volunteer choir, June 
1950) NM: music. 6 20Apr50; B246286. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PBH) ; 
27Mar78; RE 1-903. 



ASESINA. 

Asesina. Words 6 music: Carlos Crespo 
(Carlos Crespo Cafuentes) © 29Dec50; 
EFO-6048. Carlos Crespo (Cafuentes) 
(A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-501. 



ASK THE MAN WHO MADE ME DREAM. 

Ask the man who made me dream. Piano 
copy. w & a Begina Day, pseud, of 
Elizabeth Joan Schroeder. © 270ct50; 
E0219609. Josephine Kaier Leutz 6 John 
Schroeder (NK| ; 22May78; RE 3-629. 



ASSIGNMENT TO AUSTERITY. 

Assignment to austerity; an American 
family in Britain. By Herbert Matthews 
6 Nancie Matthews, pseud, of Edith 
Crosse Matthews. © 15Hay50; A44079. 
Nancie 6 Herbert Matthews (A); 10Apr78; 
BE 2-20H. 



AT WAR WITH THE ARMY. See 

You and your beautiful eyes. 
(BE 3-910.) 



AT YO0B COMMAND. 

At your command. Words 6 music: Lloyd 
Thompson. © 17Apr50; EU200714. Lloyd 
Thompson (A); 10Apr78; BE 1-689. 



THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 185, no. 
2, Feb. 1950. © 13Jan50; B230260. The 
Atlantic Monthly Company (PCW); 9Jan78; 
BE 15. 



THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 185, no. 
3, Bar. 1950. © 13Feb50; B232500. The 
Atlantic Monthly Company (PCH) ; 9Jan78; 
BE 16. 



THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 185, no. 
4, Apr. 1950. © 13Mar50; B237531. The 
Atlantic Monthly Company (PCW); 9Jan78; 
BE 17. 



ABTNEWS. 

Artnews. Vol. 49, no. 3, May 1950. 
6 1May50; B244746. Artnews Associates 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; SE 494. 



ABTNEWS. 

Artnews. Vol. 49, no. 4, summer 1950. 
© 1Jun50; B249196. Artnews Associates 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 495. 



ABTNEWS. 

Artnews. Vol. 49, no. 5, Sept. 1950. 
© 7Sep50; B264150. Artnews Associates 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 496. 



ARTNEWS. 

Artnews. Vol. 49, no. 7, Nov. 1950. 
9 3Nov50; B279980. Artnews Associates 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 498. 



ABTNEWS. 

Artnews. Vol. 49, no. 8, Dec. 1950. 
© 6Dec50; B288346. Artnews Associates 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; BE 499. 



AS LONG AS I LIVE (I'LL ALWAYS LOVE YO0) 

As long as I live (I'll always love 
you) Words S music: Bill Everhart 6 
Ethel Ennis. © 4Dec50; E0222828. Bill 
Everhart S Ethel Ennis (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 1-694. 



AS LONG AS WE' BE TOGETHEB. 

As long as we're together. English 
lyrics: Larry Stewart, music: Consuelo 
Velazquez. Add. ti.: Verdad amarga. 
NM: English lyrics. © 4May50; EP47656. 
Peer International Corporation (PWH of 
Larry Stewart) ; 20Mac78; BE 1-705. 



AS RUSSIA SEES IT. 

As Hussia sees it. (The March of 
time) 9 18Aug50; MP584. Time, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 30Jan78; BE 328. 



ASTOUNDING SCIENCE FICTION. See 

Contributions by Edwin James, pseud. 

of James E. Gunn. (RE 3-813.) 
Git along! (BE 2-237.) 



ASTOUNDING SCIENCE FICTION, DEC. 1950. 
See 
Bindlestiff. (BE 3-700.) 



L'ASTBOLOGUE DANS LE POITS. 

L'Astrologue dans le puits; ballet. 
Husic: Henry Barraud. Partition. 
© 26Hay50; EFO-4197. Henry Barraud 
(A) ; 13Feb78; BE 615. 



AT GRANDPA'S. 

At Grandpa's. By Etta Hemphill Pond 
Jeffers. © 28Feb78; AA160210. Etta 
Hemphill Pond Jeffers (A); 15Aug50; 
BE 1-299. 



AT LAST IT'S HAPPENED. 

At last it's happened. Husic by Harry 
Parr Davies, words by Harold Purcell. 
© 13Dec50; EFO-6536. Harjorie Carina 
David (NK of Harry Parr Davies) S I. M. 
L. Purcell (W) ; 13Har78; BE 1-289. 



AT THE BACK OF THE NOBTH WIND. See 

George Mac Donald's At the back of the 
north wind. (BE 3-057.) 



AT THE WELL. 

At the well. No. 1377. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Hary Bobertson Hoses) 
© 26Apr50; GU16136. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 20Har78; BE 1-637. 



AT TWILIGHT TIHE. 

At twilight time, w 6 m Bichard C. 
Galensky (Dick Carson) © 28Har50; 
E0 1985 17. Richard C. Galensky (Dick 
Carson) (A); 23Feb78; BE 731. 



THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 185, no. 
5, May 1950. © 18Apr50; B242371. The 
Atlantic Monthly Company (PCW); 9Jan78; 
BE 18. 



THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 185, no. 
6, June 1950. © 8May50; B244978. The 
Atlantic Monthly Company (PCW) ; 9Jan78; 
BE 19. 



THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 186, no. 
1, July 1950. © 8Jun50; B249688. The 
Atlantic Honthly Company (PCH); 9Jan78; 
BE 20. 



THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 186, no. 
2, Aug. 1950. © 12Jul50; B255134. The 
Atlantic Monthly Company (PCS); 9Jan78; 
BE 21. 



THE ATLANTIC HONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 186, no. 
3, Sept, 1950. S 11Aug50; B258902. 
The Atlantic Honthly Company (PCW) ; 
9Jan78; BE 22. 



THE ATLANTIC HONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 186, no. 
4, Oct. 1950. © 13Sep50; B264004. The 
Atlantic Honthly Company (PCi) ; 9Jan78; 
BE 23. 



THE ATLANTIC HONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 186, no. 
5, Nov. 1950. © 110ct50; B268463. The 
Atlantic Honthly Company (PCW) ; 9Jan78; 
BE 24. 



THE ATLANTIC HONTHLY. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 186, no. 
6, Dec. 1950. © 10Nov50; B272993. The 
Atlantic Honthly Company (PCW) ; 9Jan78; 
BE 25. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



THE ATLANTIC (10NTHLI. 

The Atlantic monthly. Vol. 187, no. 
1, Jan. 1951. 14Dec50; B277862. The 
Atlantic Monthly Company (PCS); 9Jan78; 

RE 25. 



THE ATLANTIC HONTHLY, FEB. 1950. See 
Educating women in a man's world. 
(RE 2-766.) 



ATLANTIC BONTHLY, JULY 1950. See 
The Rescue on Station Charlie. 

(RE 3-909.) 
You know all the books. (RE 3-089.) 



AN ATLAS OF CAT ANATOMY. 

An Atlas of cat anatomy. By Hazel E. 
Field S Mary E. Taylor. 24Feb50; 
A41577. Hary E. Taylor (A) ; 23Mar78; 
RE 1-728. 



ATLAS OF CAT ANATOMY. 

Atlas of cat anatomy. By David B. 
Borsburgh & James P. Heath. NH: changes 
in nomenclature. © 22Har50; AA145854. 
Margaret G. Horsbargh & Ruth Mary Heath 
(») : 27Mar78; RE 2-007. 



ATLAS OF SCALE INSECTS. 

Atlas of scale insects. Pt. 5. By 

Gordon F. Ferris. 9 10Nov50; A50292. 

Roxana S. Ferris (W) ; 27Har78; RE 2-002. 



ATLAS OF THE BIBLE LANDS. See 

Hammond's Atlas of the Bible lands. 
(RE 1-148.) 



ATOM MAN VERSOS S0PEBBAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Chap. 1. 
By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 19Jun50; LP177. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 2Bar78; RE 851. 



ATOM BAN VERSOS S0PERMAN. 

Atom Man versus Superman. Episode no. 
2. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 26Jun50; LP178. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 2Bar78; RE 852. 



ATOM MAN VERSOS S0PERMAN. 

Atom Ban versus Superman. Episode no. 
3. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 3Jul50; LP219. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 2Bar78; RE 853. 



ATOB HAN VERSOS S0PERHAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
4. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 7Jul50; LP220. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PSH) ; 2Har78; RE 854. 



ATOM HAN VERSOS S0PERMAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
5. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 18Jul50; LP221. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 2Mar78; RE 855. 



ATOM MAN VERSOS S0PERMAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
6. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 24Jul50; LP222. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 2Mar78; RE 856. 



ATOM HAN VERSOS SOPERHAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
7. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 8Aug50; LP256. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PSH) ; 2Har78; RE 857. 



ATOB BAN VERSOS SOPERHAN. 

Atom Ban versus Superman. Episode no. 
8. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 8Aug50; LP257. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PSH) ; 2Har78; BE 858. 



ATOB MAN VERSOS S0PERBAN. 

Atom Ban versus Superman. Episode no. 
9. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 15Aug50; LP258. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 2Har78; RE 859. 



ATOH BAN VERSOS SOPERHAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
10. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 22Aug50; LP289. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PSH); 2Har78; RE 860. 



ATOB BAN VERSOS SOPERHAN. 

Atom Ban versus Superman. Episode no. 
11. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 22Aug50; LP311- D C Comics, Inc. 
(PSH) ; 2Mar78; BE 861. 



ATOH BAN VERSOS S0PERBAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
12. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 5Sep50; LP332. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PSH) ; 2Har78; RE 862. 



ATOH HAN VERSOS SOPERHAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
13. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 13Sep50; LP340. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PSH) ; 2Sar78; RE 863. 



ATOM HAN VERSOS SOPERHAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
14. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 19Sep50; LP341. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PSH) ; 2Har78; RE 864. 



ATOH HAN VERSOS SOPERHAN. 

Atom Han versus Superman. Episode no. 
15. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
9 26Sep50; LP378. D C Comics. Inc. 
(PSH) ; 2Har78; RE 865. 



A0CHINLECK. 

Auchinleck. By Winston Spencer 
Churchill. (Chnrchill memoirs, episode 
143) 9 260ct50; AA 165312. Sara Audley 
6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-499. 



A0DITORI0H Q0ARTETS FOR CLARINETS. See 
J. V. Owings' Auditorium quartets for 
clarinets. (RE 1-252.) 



AOF AN KLAN'N BERGERL. See 

Rosmarin und Jasmin. (RE 3-646.) 



A0G0ST BOON. 

August moon; popular song with piano 
ace. Words 6 music by Wallace E. 
Bradley & Bror Cunow. © 14Feb50; 
EP4509 9. Wallace E. Bradley 6 Bror 
Cunow (A) ; 31Har78; RE 1-323. 



A0NT HARGRET'S. 

Aunt Hargret's. No. 1430. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Hary Robertson Hoses) 
9 24Jul50 ; G016675. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a. ); 12Jun78; RE 3-738. 



AOSGEWAEHLTE ERZAEHL0NGEN. 

Ausgewaehlte Erzaehlungen. By Arthur 
Schnitzler. © 2Nov50; AFO-4518. S. 
Fischer Verlag, G.fl.B.H. (PPS) ; 15Hay78; 
RE 2-944. 



A0STRALIA. See 

Guadal Canal. (RE 3-262.) 



A0STRALIAN ANXIETIES. 

Australian anxieties. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 129) 9 10Oct50; AA163994. 
Lady Sara Audley 6 Lady Soames (C) ; 
21Jun78; RE 3-486. 



AOSTRALIA'S HEFOSAL. 

Australia's refusal. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 135) © 18Oct50; AA164457. 
Lady Sara Audley 6 Lady Soames (C) ; 
21Jun78; RE 3-491. 



THE A0THORITARIAN PERSONALITY. 

The Authoritarian personality. By T. 
W. Adorno, Else Frankel-Brunswik, Daniel 
J. Levinson et al. 9 15Har50; A41913. 
The American Jewis[h] Committee (PWH); 
23Feb78; RE 813. 



AVE HABIA. 

Ave Haria. For SAB voices 5 organ, 
flusic by Joseph J. HcGrath. © 22NovS0; 
EP51876. George BcGrath (C) ; 10flar78; 
RE 918. 



AVEZINHA CAIDA. 

Avezinha caida. m Frederica 
DeFreitas. Add. ti.: The Little dead 
bird; Der Kleine tote Vogel. (In Six 
morceaux) 9 18Dec50; EFO-7533. 
Frederica DeFreitas (A) ; 13Mar78; 
RE 1-840. 



AVIATION FROH THE GRO0ND OP. 

Aviation from the ground up. By John 
J. Floherty. © 29Aug50; A47257. 
Margaret P. Floherty (S) ; 7Har78; 
RE 1-179. 



AYER. 

Ayer. Letra y musica: Nestor Suro. 
9 9Nov50; E0221304. Nestor Suro (A); 
13Bar78; RE 1-471. 



BABE IN DISGRACE. 

Babe in disgrace. By R. Ross Annett. 
(In Saturday evening post, Apr. 8, 1950) 
© 5Apr50; B240219. R. Ross Annett (A); 
19Jun78; BE 3-570. 



BABY IN THE ICEBOX. 

Baby in the icebox. By James B. Cain. 
(In The American mercury, Sept. 1950) 
© 9Aug50; B259535. Alice fl. Piper (E) ; 
23Jan78; BE 468. 



THE BABY KING. 

The Baby king. w 6 m Scripture Press. 
© 17JU150; EP373392. Scripture Press 
Publications, Inc. (PSH); 22Feb78; 
RE 689. 



BACK ALLEY BLOES. 

Back alley blues. Husic: A. H. 
Brunner. © 27Jan50; E0191591. A. H. 
Brunner (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-687. 



BACK BITIN' HAHA. 

Back bitin' mama. Words 6 music: 

Billy Wright. © 27Jan50; E0191595. 

Billy Wright (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-688. 



10 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



BACK HONK. 

Back hone. By Peggy Gaddis. 
O 28Apr50; A11582. Peggy Gaddis (A) ; 
17Apc78; RE 2-272. 



BACK HONE. 

Back home. w £ m Henry Russell (Henry 
Russell Olson) £ Cookie Rivers, pseud, 
of Cuquita Rivera Olson. 5Sep50; 
E0211209. Cuquita Russell (W £ A) 6 
Jensina B. Shepard (C of Henry Russell 
Olson); 18Apr78; RE 2-371. 



BACK TO GOD, AMERICA. 

Back to God, Anerica. w £ m Lorena 
Belle Galloway. © 12Dec50; ED223558. 
Gerald B. Galloway (C) ; 30May78; 

RE 3-131. 



THE BACK YARD. 

The Back yard. No. 1118. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Bary Robertson Moses) 
O 21JU150; G016663. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-726. 



THE BACKDOOR GANG. 

The Backdoor gang. By Alexander 
Francis Shennan. 5Jun50; A11631. 
Alexander F. Shennan (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 2-251. 



Fyrst Igor: Polov jetzkiske k»inders 

dans. (RE 1-827.) 
Giselle. (BE 1-813.) 
Konservatoriet. (RE 1-815.) 
Napoli. (BE 1-811.) 
Svanesoeen. (RE 1-829.) 
Variations symphonigues. (BE 1-833.) 



BALLET B0SIC PBOS "FAOST." See 

Balletmusik fra "Faust." (RE 1-832.) 



BALLET NOTEBOOK. 

Ballet notebook. By Edna Lucile Baum. 
O 21Jul50; A15695. Edna Lucile Baum 
(A) ; 7Feb78; RE 805. 



BALLETBOSIK FBA "FAOST." 

Balletmusik fra "Faust." For piano. 
Music: Charles Gounod, arr. Leif 
Haraldsted. Add. ti. : Ballet music from 
"Faust." (In Ballet music, 2) 
© 15Dec50; EF17050. Leif Haraldsted 
(A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-832. 



BANDIDA. 

Bandida. Words £ music: Pablo Diaz 
Codesal. © 28Dec50; EFO-18317. 
Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter- 
nacional (PWH); 16Mar78; RE 1-795. 



DuCaurroy £ DaViadana, arrangements for 
brass instruments: Allen Ostrander. NM: 
arrangements. 5Apr50; EP16311. 
Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini (PWH) ; 
12Apr78; BE 2-397. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 6, Feb. 6, 1950. 
© 1Feb50; B230621. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 18Jan78; BE 159. 



BABHON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ 

Barron's National business K financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 7, Feb. 13, 1950. 
© 11Feb50; B232321. Dow Jones 6 
Company, Inc. (PCW); 18Jan78; HE 171. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ ... 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 8, Feb. 20, 1950. 
© 18Feb50; B233215. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 18Jan78; BE 177. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ ... 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 9, Feb. 27, 1950. 
© 26Feb50; B231190. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW); 18Jan78; BE 183. 



BAD, BAD WHISKEY. 

Bad, bad whiskey. Words and music: 
Thomas Maxwell Davis. © 27Dec50; 
EP51712. Thomas Maxwell Davis (A) ; 
6Mar78; BE 782. 



BAGATBLLEN F0ER KLAVIEB. 

Bagatellen fuer Klavier. Music: Hans 
Poser. © 25May50; EFO-3713. Haltraut 
Poser (W) ; 25May78; RE 2-922. 



BANNEB OF VIRGINIA. 

Banner of Virginia. By Trendle- 
Striker. (The Lone Banger, no. 
2651-1879) © 13Jan50; D023138. Lone 
Ranger Television, Inc. (PWH); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-519. 



BANQ0ET SALAD DRESSING. 

Banquet salad dressing. © 30Oct50; 
KK65781. Mccormick S Company, Inc. 
(PWH); 25May78; BE 3-161. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ ... 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 10, Mar. 6, 1950. 
© 1Mar50; B235381. Dow Jones 6 
Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 21Feb78; BE 531. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 11, Mar. 13, 1950. 
© 11Har50; B236271. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 21Feb78; SE 538. 



EL BAILE DEL PING0INO. 

El Baile del pinguino. Words £ music: 
Ernesto R. Duarte Brito. © 28Dec50; 
EFO-7285. Ernesto R. Duarte Brito (A) ; 
27Feb78; RE 719. 



THE BALANCE WHEEL. 

The Balance wheel. By Taylor 
Caldwell, pseud, of Janet M. Reback. 

(In Woman's home companion, Oct. 1950) 
© 22Sep50; B265161. Taylor Caldwell 

(pen name for Janet M. Reback) (A) ; 
12Jun78; RE 1-103. 



THE BALANCE WHEEL. 

The Balance wheel. By Taylor 
Caldwell, pseud, of Janet M. Beback. 
(In Woman's home companion, Nov. 1950} 
9 200ct50; B269731. Taylor Caldwell 
(pen name for Janet B. Beback) (A) ; 
12Jun78; BE 1-101. 



THE BALANCE WHEEL. 

The Balance wheel. By Taylor 
Caldwell. (In Roman's home companion, 
Dec. 1950) © 17Nov50; B271109. Taylor 
Caldwell (A); 12Jun78; BE 1-105. 



BALLADE. 

Ballade. Pour violoncelle et piano 
(ou petit orchestre) m Frank Martin. 
Version for violoncello £ piano. 
Partitur. © 20Sep50; EFO-5170. Maria 
Martin (W) ; 13Feb78; BE 617. 



BALLET MOSIC, 2. See 

Balletmusik fra "Faust." (RE 1-832.) 
Casse noisette. (RE 1-830.) 
Coppelia. (BE 1-816.) 
Designs with strings. (RE 1-831.) 



BAR MITZVAH (OB CONFIRMATION) SONG. 

Bar mitzvah (or confirmation) song. 
For voice £ piano or organ. Words 6 
music by Ruth Irene Leibow. © 2May50; 
E0202526. Buth Irene Leibow (A) ; 
13Jun78; BE 3-689. 



BARAJA PELOTEBA. See 

The Great American game, baseball. 
(BE 1-252.) 



BABE-FACED LIES. 

Bare-faced lies. Words £ music: 
Virginia Walsh. © 26Dec50; EU221579. 
Virginia Walsh (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-695. 



THE BARN DANCE. 

The Barn dance. No. 1116. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Mary Robertson Moses) 
© 21JU150; G016661. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; BE 3-721. 



BARNABAS AND JOHN MASK WAVING 

Barnabas and John Mark waving goodbye 
to Paul. By Becher. 3 15Jun50; 
K25335. Providence Lithograph Company 
(PWH) ; 18May78; BE 3-073. 



BARNABY. 

Barnaby; a play for children of all 
ages in 2 acts. By Robert Masters 6 
Lillian Masters. Adapted from the 
original Barnaby coaic strip by Crockett 
Johnson. NB: dramatization. © 16May50; 
DP87. Lillian Masters (A) ; 23Jan78; 
BE 198. 



BABOQ0E S0ITE. 

Barogue suite. For brass quartet 
combinations. On works by Croce, 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 12, Mar. 20, 1950. 
© 18Mar50; B237317. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 511. 



BABBON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 13, Mar. 27, 1950. 
© 25Bar50; B238533. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 21Feb78; BE 551. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 11, Apr. 3, 1950. 
© 1Apr50; B239119. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-395. 



BARBON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 15, Apr. 10, 1950. 
© 8Apr50; B211601. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 16Mar78; BE 1-100. 



BABRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 16, Apr. 17, 1950. 
© 15Apr50; B212751. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW); 16Mar78; RE 1-113. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ ... 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 17, Apr. 21, 1950. 
© 22Apr50; B212755. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-111. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BOSINESS £ ... 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 18, May 1, 1950. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



11 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS 6 (CON.) 

29Apr50; B243852. Dow Jones 6 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-416. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS 6 ... 

Barron's National business 6 financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 19, Hay 8, 1950. 
6Hay50; B244856. Dow Jones 6 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-423. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS 6 

Barron's National business 6 financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 20, May 15, 1950. 
13Hay50; B245884. Dow Jones E 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-428. 



BAEBDN'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ 

Barron's National business 6 financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 21, Hay 22, 1950. 
© 19Hay50; B246504. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCS) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-434. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 22, Hay 29, 1950. 
27May50; B250129. Dow Jones & 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-442. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS 6 

Barron's National business & financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 23, June 5, 1950. 
9 3Jun50; B248946. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCS) ; 22Hay78; RE 3-195. 



BASHFUL RASCAL. 

Bashful rascal. words & music: June 
Carter 6 Pauline Hargrove. © 27Dec50; 
EP51783. June Carter 6 Pauline Hargrove 
(A) ; 20Har78; RE 1-012. 



BASIC FRENCH GRAMHAR. 

Basic French grammar. By Rubin 
Pfeiffer. © 1Feb50; A40873. Holt, 
Rinehart and Winston (PHH) ; 10Mar78; 
BE 1-433. 



BASIC PHOTO, NO. 3. See 

The Print: contact printing and 
enlarging. (RE 1-440.) 



BASS COONTBY. 

Bass country. By Donald Culross 
Peattie. (In Sports afield, Jan. 1951) 
6 29Dec50; B281139. Noel Peattie (C) ; 
31Har78; RE 2-111. 



BATONS, CHIFFRES ET LETTEES. 

Batons, chiffres et lettres. Par 
Raymond Queneau. 6 30Oct50; AFO-3330. 
Jean Harie Queneau (C) ; 22Hay78; 
RE 2-847. 



BATTLE OF THE BULGE. 

Battle of the bulge. By Oniversal 
Pictures Company, Inc. © 10Jan51 (in 
notice: 1950); MP806. Universal City 
Studios, Inc. (PHH); 27Apr78; RE 2-496. 



BE YOUR REAL SELF. 

Be your real self. By David Harold 
Fink. O 23Hay50; A45116. Doris F. 
Kyle <E) ; 12Jun78; RE 4-113. 



BEAUREGARD'S LAMENT. 

Beauregard's lament. a Jimmy Lytell. 
© 160ct50; E0218338. Jimmy Lytell (A); 
17Apr78; RE 2-317. 



THE BEA0TIF0L CITY. 

The Beautiful city. Husic arr. Roger 
C. Hilson. (In The Choir herald, June 
1950) NH: music arr. 6 20Apr50; 
B246285. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PHH); 27flar78; BE 1-898. 



BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 

Beauty and the beast; a light comedy 
in one act. By Habel Constanduros 6 
Howard Agg. © 20Jul50; DP256. Hichael 
Constanduros (C) , Ernest Balfour Agg 6 
John Balfour Agg (E of Howard Agg) ; 
23Jan78; BE 199. 



BEAUTY AT H0BK. 

Beauty at work. (The Harch of time) 
© 8Jun50; HP364. Time, Inc. (PHH); 
30Jan78; RE 327. 



BEAUTY SLEEPING. See 

La Belle en dormant. (BE 2-830.) 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS 6 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 25, June 19, 1950. 
B 17Jun50; B251050. Dow Jones 6 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 22Hay78; BE 3-210. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ ... 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 26, June 26, 1950. 
9 24Jun50; B251964. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 22May78; BE 3-216. 



BABEON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 24, June 12, 1950. 
© 10JunS0; B249974. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCH); 22Hay78; BE 3-218. 



BABRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 31, July 31, 1950. 
© 29Jul50; B258555. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCH); 21Jun78; RE 4-022. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 27, July 3, 1950. 
© Uul50; B252847. Dow Jones £ 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Jun78; BE 4-025. 



BABEON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ ... 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 28, July 10, 1950. 
9 8JU150; B253454. Dow Jones 6 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-030. 



BARRON'S NATIONAL BUSINESS £ 

Barron's National business £ financial 
weekly. Vol. 30, no. 29, July 17, 1950. 
9 15JU150; B254361. Dow Jones & 
Company, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-036. 



BASEBALL'S GREATEST HITTERS. 

Baseball's greatest hitters. By Tom 
Heany. 9 18Apr50; A43351. Clara Heany 
(H) ; 23Har78; BE 1-548. 



BE CAREFUL. 

Be careful. Spanish words £ music: 
Luis Arcaraz, English lyrics: Hal 
Ainslie Bichardson. Add. ti. : Viajera. 
NH: English lyrics. © 29Dec50; 
EP52344. Hal Ainslie Bichardson (A) ; 
21Feb78; BE 606. 



BE GENTLE UNTO ALL. 

Be gentle unto all. By Hole. Add. 
ti.: Jesus healing the leper. 
© 31Har50; H1555. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PHH) ; 18Hay78; 
BE 3-0 87. 



BE GLAD IN THE LOBD. 

Be glad in the Lord. Husic: Elizabeth 
T. VanWoert. (In The Choir herald. Hay 
1950) © 29Har50; B241554. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PHH) ; 27Har78; 
BE 1-928. 



BE HY GUEST. 

Be my guest, w £ m Johnny Hercer. 
© 15Dec50; E0224368. Elizabeth Hercer 
(H) , John Jefferson Hercer £ Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-036. 



BE STILL AND KNOW THAT I AH GOD. 

Be still and know that I aa God. 
Husic: Ellen Jane Lorenz. (In The Choir 
herald, July 1950) NH: music. 
© 26Hay50; B249251. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PHH) ; 24Hay78; BE 3-251. 



BE YE KIND ONE TO ANOTHEB. 

Be ye kind one to another. Painting 
by Godwin. Add. ti. : Naaman's return. 
© 15Jun50; K25331. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PHH) ; 18Hay78; 
EE 3-072. 



BE YOUB OWN BBASS BAND. 

Be your own brass band. w £ a Sidney 
Lippman. © 6Sep50; E02 14509. Sidney 
Lippman (A) ; 13Har78; BE 3-906. 



BECAUSE, BECAUSE, BECAUSE HE'S SANTA .. 
Because, because, because he's Santa 
Claus. Hords £ music: Bobby Horth. 
© 3Jul50; E0208774. Bobby Horth (A) ; 
10Apr78; EE 3-300. 



BECAUSE HE'S SANTA CLAOS. See 

Because, because, because he's Santa 
Claus. (BE 3-300.) 



BECAUSE IT'S YOU. 

Because it's you. w £ m Albert 
Chandler Johnston, Jr. © 6Nov50; 
EU220528. Albert C. Johnston, Jr. (A); 
12Jun78; BE 3-667. 



BECAUSE OF YOU. 

Because of you. u £ m Bichard Chester 
Galensky. © 28Har50; EU198518. 
Eichard Chester Galensky (A); 23Feb78; 
BE 732. 



BED OF EOSES. 

Bed of roses; a broad comedy in three 
acts. By Falkland L. Cary. © 19Jun50; 
DP259. Falkland L. Cary (A); 23Jan78; 
BE 201. 



BEEB BOTTLE BOOGIE. 

Beer bottle boogie. Hords £ music: 
Harylyn Scott. © 40ct50; E0217357. 
Harylyn Scott (A) ; 1Hay78; BE 3-370. 



BEEBBOHH BAILIH 
[ Beerbohm bai 
contributions ] 
Porter. © Kath 
BEG 27Jan78; BE 
Beerbohm bail 
tines, Oct. 
B269118. 
Heasures for 
Harper's ma 
5Hay50; B24 
November in i 
magazine, N 
B274091 



ICK. 

liwick, and other 

By Katherine Anne 
erine Anne Porter (A) ; 

4-013. 
iwick. (In The New York 

22, 1950) PUB 22Oct50; 

song and dance. (In 

gazine. Hay 1950) P0B 

4658. 

indham. (In Harper's 

ov. 1950) PUB 3Nov50; 



12 



RENEWALS 



THE BEES AND THE BIRDS. 

The Bees and the birds. Words and 
■ usic: Harcy Stewart. 10Aug50; 
EP48808. Harry Stewart (A) ; 17Apr78; 
RB 2-290. 



BEFORE YOU GO. 

Before you go. w 6 m Howlett Peter 
Smith. O 26Jul50; EU211193. Howlett 
Peter Smith (A); 26Jun78; RE 3-899. 



BEGGIN' BLOES. 

Beggin' blues. Words £ music: H. 
DeLaGarde, B. Nunn, B. S. Richard, T. 
Leonard, R. Richard E Johnny Otis. 
O 17Har50; E0197477. M. DeLaGarde, B. 
Nunn, B. S. Richard, T. Leonard, R. 
Richard E Johnny Otis (A) ; 7Apr78; 
RE 3-332. 



BEGINNING SPANISH: A C0LTURAL APPROACH. 

Beginning Spanish: a cultural 
appraach. By Richard Arntitage 6 Walter 
Meiden. © 27Mar50; AA146715. Richard 
Armitage 6 Walter Meiden (A); 23Feb78; 
RE 8 1 a. 



BEHAVIOR OF WAGE RATES DURING 

Behavior of wage rates during business 
cycles. By Daniel Creamer. (Occasional 
paper, no. 34) 9 19Sep50; A47852. 
National Bureau of Economic Research, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 7&pr78; RE 2-180. 



BEHOLD THE LAMB OF GOD! 

Behold the Lamb of God! Music: Carrie 
B. Adams. (In The Choir herald. Bar. 
1950) 23Jan50; B235303. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH); 20Jan78; 
RE 96. 



THE BELFRY AS USUAL. 

The Belfry as usual; a play in one 
act. By K. M. E. Hall. 9 11Jul50; 
DP255. K. M. E. Hall (A); 7Mar78; 
RE 1-1 ta. 



LA BELLE EN DORMANT. 

La Belle en dormant. m Virgil 
Thomson, English version: G. Schirmer, 
Inc., employer for hire of Elaine 
Desircay. Add. ti. : Beauty sleeping. 
© 22Nov50; EP50847. Virgil Thomson (A) 
E G. Schirmer, Inc. (PWH); 11May78; 
RE 2-830. 



THE BELLS OF SAINT MICHAEL'S TOWER. 

The Bells of Saint Michael's tower. 
SATB. Musical arr. Peter Daniel Tkach. 
From the work by William Knyvett. NM: 
arr. 9 25May50; EP48106. Hazel Tkach 
(W) ; 7Apr78; RE 2-170. 



THE BELLS RING O0T. 

The Bells ring out. © 15Har50; 
A4232 1. Board of Christian Education, 
PC0SA (PWH) ; 13Feb78; RE 588. 



BELOVED. See 

Love's supremacy. (BE 3-119.) 



BENEDICTION HYMNS. 

Benediction hymns. For unison, two 
equal or four mixed voices. Arranger 
and compiler: Pius X School of 
Liturgical Music. Latin. NM: arr. E 
harmonization. 9 260ct50; EP51873. A. 
P. Schmidt Company (PWH) ; 10Mar78; 
RE 940. 



BENEDICTION SERVICE. 

Benediction service, por SAB voices 
unaccompanied- Music by Joseph J. 



McGrath. O 6Dec50; EP51891. George 
McGrath (C) ; 10Mar78; RE 921. 



BENJIE ENGIE. 

Benjie Engie. Text: Louise Lawrence 
Devine Kozak, illustrator: Eleanor 
Corwin. O 21Aug50; A47288. Louise 
Lawrence Devine Kozak (A) E Hand McNally 
6 Company (PWH); 30May78; BE 2-794. 



BERLIOZ AND THE ROMANTIC CENTUBY. 

Berlioz and the romantic century. By 
Jacques Barzun. Six parts appeared in 
six magazines prior to publication. 
O 1Hay50; A43577. Jacques Barzun (A) ; 
8May78; RE 2-753. 



ON BESO A SOLAS. See 

Open your heart. (RE 710.) 



BESOS FALSOS. 

Besos falsos. Letra y musica: Jacobo 
Kendis. 6 28Dec50; EF18314. Editorial 
Mexicana de Musica Internacional (PWH) ; 
20Mar78; BE 1-998. 



THE BEST OF JOHN A. HOTTON. 

The Best of John A. Hutton. By Edgar 
DeWitt Jones. 9 18Jan50; A40171. 
Willis E. Jones (C) ; 17Feb78; RE 569. 



BEST SPORTS STORIES, 1950. 

Best sports stories, 1950. By Irving 
T. Harsh S Edward Ehre. © 11Apr50; 
AA1 47939. Irving T. Harsh E Edward Ehre 
(A); 22Jun78; BE 3-472. 



DES BETES. 

Des Betes. By Jacques Prevert, 
illustrations by Ylla. 9 15Dec50; 
AFO-3642. Hadame Jacques Prevert, nee 
Janine Tricotet (W) S Madame Hughes 
Bachelot, nee Hichele Prevert (C) ; 
17Apr78; BE 2-551. 



BETTER GOING OVEB THE HILL. 

Better going over the hill. No. 1386. 
By Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Bobertson 
Hoses) 9 26Apr50; G016142. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; BE 1-643. 



THE BETTEB MO0SETBAP. 

The Better mousetrap. By L. Sprague 
DeCamp E Fletcher Pratt. (In The 
Magazine of fantasy £ science fiction, 
Dec. 1950) © 19Sep50; B265859. L. 
Sprague DeCamp (A) ; 12Apr78; RE 2-238. 



BETON. 

Betun. Letra E musica: Israel 
Gonzales (Israel Gonzalez Palacios) 
© 27Dec50; EFO-6508. Israel Gonzalez 
Palacios (Israel Gonzales) (A) ; 13Mar78; 
BE 1-508. 



BETWEEN THE SOLE OF YO0B SHOES. 

Between the sole of your shoes. Words 
E music: Virginia Walsh. © 26Dec50; 
E0224580. Virginia Walsh (A); 10Apr78; 
BE 1-696. 



BETWEEN TWO TBEES. 

Between two trees. Words £ music: 
Virginia Walsh £ Jack Betzner. 
© 26Oct50; E0219454. Virginia Walsh E 
Jack Betzner (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-693. 



BEYOND A SEASONABLE DO0BT. 

Beyond a reasonable doubt. By C. W. 
Grafton. © 13Mar50; A41736. C. W. 
Grafton (A) ; 21Apr78; BE 2-451. 



BI-FOCAL FBED. 

Bi-focal Fred. w £ m Johnny Mercer. 
O 15Dec50; E0224365. Elizabeth Mercer 
(W) , John Jefferson Mercer E Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-033. 



BIBLE. See 

The Student Bible. 



(BE 465.) 



BIBLE STOBIES IN PICTURES. 

Bible stories in pictures. No. 27, 
Sept. 10, 17, 24 £ Oct. 1, 1950. 
9 11Sep50; B270823. Concordia 
Publishing House (PWH) ; 27Jan78; BE 310. 



BIBLE STORIES IN PICTURES. 

Bible stories in pictures. No. 28, 
Oct. 8, 15, 22 £ 28, 1950. © 90ct50; 
B270824. Concordia Publishing House 
(PWH) ; 27Jan78; BE 311. 



BIBLE STOBIES IN PICT0BES. 

Bible stories in pictures. Vol. 2, 
no. 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19 £ 26, 1950. 
9 1NOV50; B277206. Concordia 
Publishing House (PWH); 27Jan78; BE 312. 



BIBLE STORIES IN PICTURES. 

Bible stories in pictures. Vol. 2, 
no. 30, Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24 E 31, 1950. 
9 1Dec50; B277207. Concordia 
Publishing House (PWH); 27Jan78; RE 313. 



BIBLIOGRAPHIC MATEBIALS IN THE ... 

Bibliographic materials in the 
Japanese language on Far Eastern 
archeology and ethnology. By Bichard 
King Beardsley, John Bilheimer Cornell £ 
Edward Norbeck. © 18Oct50; A57629. 
Bichard King Beardsley (A) ; 24Apr78; 
BE 2-885. 



A BIBLIOGBAPHY OF JAPANESE DXALECTS. 

A Bibliography of Japanese dialects. 
By Bobert Hopkins Brower. 9 20Oct50; 
A57630. Bobert Hopkins Brower (A) ; 
24Apr78; BE 2-884. 



BIG JOE, THE TUBA. 

Big Joe, the tuba; inarch. Full band. 
By Paul Lavalle £ Joe Tarto. © 25Sep50; 
EP49422. Paul Lavalle d. b. a. Zavallo 
Publishing Company (A) ; 1May78; 
BE 2-650. 



BILL AND HIS NEIGHBOBS. 

Bill and his neighbors. By Lois J. 
Fisher. © 15Feb50; A41222. Lois J. 
Fisher (A); 20Jun78; BE 4-066. 



BILLBOABD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 26, July 1, 
1950. © 26Jun50; B252539. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCW) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 2-999. 



BILLBOABD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 27, July 8, 
1950. © 3Jul50; B253336. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCW) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 3-000. 



BILLBOABD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 28, July 15, 
1950. © 10Jul50; B255083. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCW) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 3-001. 



BILLBOABD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 29, July 22, 
1950. © 17Jul50; B256007. Billboard 



1978 



COBBENT REGISTRATIONS 



13 



BILLBOARD. (CON.) 
Publications, Inc. 
RE 3-002. 



(PCH) ; 6Jun78; 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 30, July 29, 
1950. © 24Jul50; B257189. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-004. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 31, Aug. 5, 
1950. S 31Jul50; B258060. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
RE 3-005. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 32, Aug. 12, 
1950. © 7Aug50; B258061. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-006. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 33, Aug. 19, 
1950. © 14Aug50; B259092. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-007. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 34, Aug. 26, 
1950. S 21Aug50; B260394. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
RE 3-008. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 
1950. © 28Aug50; 
Publications, Inc. 
RE 3-011. 



62, no. 35, Sept. 2, 
B261928. Billboard 
(PCH) ; 6Jun78; 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 36, Sept. 9, 
1950. © 4Sep50; B263013. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-012. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 37, Sept. 16, 
1950. © 11Sep50; B263014. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-013. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 38, Sept. 23, 
1950. © 18Sep50; B265310. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
RE 3-015. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 39, Sept. 30, 
1950. © 25Sep50; B266678. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-017. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 40, Oct. 7, 
1950. © 2Oct50; B266679. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
RE 3-018. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 41, Oct. 14, 
1950. © 90ct50; B267869. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-019. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 42, Oct. 21, 
1950. 9 16Oct50; B269717. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
RE 3-021. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 43, Oct. 28, 
1950. © 230ct50; B269718. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-022. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 44, Nov. 4, 
1950. © 30Oct50; 8270827. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-0 24. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 45, Nov. 11, 
1950. © 6Nov50; B272247. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-025. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 46, Nov. 18, 
1950. © 13Nov50; B273419. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-026. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 47, Nov. 25, 
1950. © 20NOV50; B274698. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-0 29. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 48 (called 
47), Dec. 2, 1950. © 27NOV50; B275949. 
Billboard Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 
6Jun78; HE 3-030. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 49, Dec. 9, 
1950. © 4Dec50; B276948. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-0 31. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 50, Dec. 16, 
1950. © 11Dec50; B278140. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 3-032. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 51, Dec. 23, 
1950. © 18Dec50; B280442. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-0 34. 



BILLBOARD. 

Billboard. Vol. 62, no. 52, Dec. 30, 
1950. © 25Dec50; B280443. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-035. 



BILLIARD BALL COVER. 

Billiard ball cover. By I. Fishlove. 

© 50ct50; KK54661. B. Fishlove 6 

Company (PHH) ; 21Apr78; RE 2-190. 



DIE BIMMEL-BAMMEL-BOMMELBAHN. 

Die Bimnel-bamael-bumDelbahn. Hords: 
Martin Foehn, pseud, of Gerhardt 
Bronner, 6 Fritz Goellner, music: Igo 
Hofstaetter £ Albert Baldsiefen. 
© 10ct50; EFO-5603. Igo Hofstaetter, 
Albert Baldsiefen 6 Hartin Foehn, pseud, 
for Gerhard[t] Bronner (A); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-644. 



BINDLESTIFF. 

Bindlestiff. By James Blish. (In 
Astounding science fiction, Dec. 1950) 
© 15»ov50; B276159. Judith L. Blish 
(H) ; 13Feb78; RE 3-700. 



BIOGRAPHY. 

Biography; the life of the poets in 
four parts. By Halter Smolen. 
© 9Bay50; D024266. Halter Smolen (A), 
12Apr78; RE 2-243. 



BIOLOGY ACTIVITIES. 

Biology activities. By B. B. Vance, 
C. A. Barker, D. F. Miller 6 H. R. 
Teeters. Rev. NH: additions 6 
revisions. © 24Apr50; AA149341. Erma 
E. Vance (H) ; 30Jan78; RE 223. 



BIOLOGY FOB YOU. 

Biology for you. By B. B. Vance S D. 
F. Miller, edited by H. R. Teeters. 
Rev. NM: additions 6 revisions. 
© 3Jan50; A39772. Erma E. Vance (H) ; 
30Jan78; RE 222. 



THE BIRD BOUNCES IN. 

The Bird bounces in. Music: Johnny 
Sparrow. © 3Jul50; E0208775. Johnny 
Sparrow (A); 10Apr78; RE 3-301. 



BIRD MEETS BOP. 

Bird meets bop. Music: Johnny 
Sparrow. © 3Jul50; E0208778. Johnny 
Sparrow (A); 10Apr78; RE 3-304. 



THE BIRD OF THE HILDERNESS. 

The Bird of the wilderness. Op. 2. 
For voice and piano. Hords by 
Babindranath Tagore, music: Paul 
Creston. © 13Dec50; EP51327. Paul 
Creston (A); 12May78; RE 4-248. 



THE BIRDS. 

The Birds. Arr. for female voices 
with English lyric: Robert Gill. 
© 18Jan51 (in notice: 1950); EFO-7384. 
Margaret Gill (H) ; 15May78; RE 2-965. 



BIRDS. See 

Henaboni's Birds. 



(RE 460.) 



BIRD'S-EYE VIEH OF THE PUEBLOS. 

Bird's-eye view of the Pueblos. 
Author: Stanley A. Stubbs. © 26Aug50; 
A46 641. Florence Stubbs John (H) 6 Mary 
Louise Boss (C) ; 8May78; RE 3-575. 



THE BIBTH OF AN ISLAND. 

The Birth of an island. By Rachel L. 
Carson. (In The Yale review, autumn 
1950) © 29Sep50; B266239. Roger 
Christie (C) ; 12Jun78; RE 3-668. 



BISHOP'S ROCK. 

Bishop's rock; piano solo. Music: 
Frank Baron. © 30Dec50 ; EFO-6181. 
Vera Violet Baron (H) ; 23Feb78; RE 658. 



THE BITTER HITHY. 

The Bitter withy. For 4-part chorus 
of mixed voices with soprano 6 tenor 
soli trio of men's voices a cappella. 
Arr. John Jacob Niles, employer for hire 
of Lewis Henry Horton. NM: arr. 
© 8Jun50; EP47263. John Jacob Niles 
(A) ; 12May78; BE 3-124. 



THE BITTEBREED PATH. 

The Bitterweed path. By Thomas Hal 
Phillips. Excerpts from this novel were 
combined into a short story which 
appeared in the Southwest review under 
the title of A Touch of earth. 
© 25Apr50; A43963. Thomas Hal Phillips 
(A) ; 8May78; RE 2-781. 



lit 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE BIZABBE SISTERS. 

The Bizarre sisters. Text: Jay Halz £ 
Audrey Halz. 19Apr50; A43863- Jay 
Halz £ Audrey Halz (A); 22«ay78; 
HE 2-772. 



BLUB BOOK. 

Blue book. Vol. 92, no. 3, Jan. 1951. 
O 27Dec50; B281265. The Bedbook 
Publishing Company (PCH) ; 5Apr78; 
RE 2-126. 



BLUES AT THE APEX. 

Blues at the apex. Husic: Johnny 
Sparrow. 3Jul50; E0208776. Johnny 
Sparrow (A); 10Apr78; BE 3-302. 



BLACK BEAUT*. 

Black Beauty. By Anna Sewell, adapted 
E simplified for the slow reader by 
Edward G. Punkay. NH: adaptation. 
21Dec50; A51462. Globe Book Company, 
Inc. (PHH) ; 15Hay78; RE 2-951. 



BLACK BOOK DETECTIVE. 

Black book detective. Vol. 28, no. 2, 
fall 1950. 22Sep50; B268544. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCS) ; 27Apr78; 
BE 2-601. 



BLACK BOOK DETECTIVE. 

Black book detective. Vol. 28, no. 3, 
winter 1951. 20Dec50; B285366. C B 
S Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 3-991. 



BLACK CHARIOT BLUES. 

Black chariot blues. (lords 6 music: 
Eddie Harris. 6 25Sep50; EU216558. 
Eddie Harris (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-692. 



THE BLACK TULIP. 

The Black tulip. By A. Dumas, adapted 
by Albert L. Ranter. (Classics 
illustrated, no. 73) NH: adaptation. 
9 25Jul50; AA 158 11 3. Twin Circle 
Publishing Company, division of Frawley 
Enterprises (PHH); 10Jul78; RE 3-908. 



BLAZE BUSTERS. 

Blaze busters. By The Vitaphone 
Corporation. 9 10Jan51; HP791. Pathe 
News, Inc. (PHH); 1Hay78; BE 2-391. 



BLESSED ASSURANCE. 

Blessed assurance; a collection. 
Compilation by Albert Edward Brumley. 
9 15Jul50; EP51410. Hartford Husic 
Company (PCH); 6Har78 ; RE 1-294. 



BLESSED BE GOD THAT LIVETH FOREVER. 

Blessed be God that liveth forever. 
Hixed voices, sacred. Husic by Hugo 
Norden. 9 29Dec50; EP52059. Hugo 
Norden (A) ; 10Mar78; RE 927. 



BLESSED IS HE. 

Blessed is He. Husic: Roger C. 
Hilson. (In The Choir herald, Har. 
1950) 9 23Jan50; B235303. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PHH) ; 20Jan78; 
RE 93. 



BLUE BOOK. 

Blue book. Vol. 91, no. 6, Oct. 1950. 
9 29Sep50; B267958. The Redbook 
Publishing Company (PCH); 5Apr78; 
RE 2-123. 



BLUE BOOK. 

Blue book. Vol. 92, no. 1, Nov. 1950. 
9 270ct50; B272334. The Redbook 
Publishing Company (PCH) ; 5Apr78; 
BE 2-124. 



BLUE BOOK. 

Blue book. Vol. 92, no. 2, Dec. 1950. 
9 24NOV50; B277062. The Redbook 
Publishing Company (PCH); 5Apr78; 
RE 2-125. 



BLUE FOB A BOY. 

Blue for a boy. Husic by Harry Parr 
Davies, words by Harold Purcell. 
28Nov50; EFO-6523. Harjorie Carina 
David (NK of Harry Parr Davies) £ I. H. 
L. Purcell (H) ; 13Har78; BE 1-281. 



BLUE FOR A BOY. 

Blue for a boy; piano solo. Hords by 
Harold Purcell, music by Harry Parr 
Davies, arr. Ronald Hanmer. NH: arr. 
9 22Dec50; EFO-6535. Honald Hanmer 
(A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-288. 



BLUE HAWAII. 

Blue Hawaii. By Paramount Pictures, 
Inc. 9 13Jan50; H4965. National 
Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PHH) ; 
20Har78; RE 1-529. 



BLUE LIGHT BOOGIE. 

Blue light boogie. w 5 m Jessie Hae 
Robinson & Louis Jordan. @ 28Jul50; 
EU210878. June H. Draper (C of Jessie 
Hay Robinson); 20Jun78; RE 3-831. 



THE BLUE HADONNA. 

The Blue Hadonna. For voice 6 piano. 
■Cm John Jacob Niles. 9 12Apr50; 
EP46946. John Jacob Niles (A); 11Hay78; 
RE 2-822. 



BLUE HOHTANA SKIES. 

Blue Hontana skies, w Jack Svanson, 
composer: Norman Panto. 9 27Apr50; 
EU202069. Norman Panto £ Jack Swanson 
(A) ; 12Apr78; RE 2-242. 



BLUE RIDGE HALTZ. 

Blue Ridge waltz. Husic: Dee C. 
Stone. 9 24Nov50; EU222350. Peer 
International Corporation (PHH) ; 3Jul78; 
RE 3-801. 



THE BLUE SHORES OF HAHAII. 

The Blue shores of Hawaii; piano copy. 
Hords and music: Elizabeth Joan 
Schroeder (Carol Deane) 9 29Har50; 
EU 198729. Josephine Haier Leutz 6 John 
Schroeder (NK) ; 10Har78; BE 1-249. 



BLUE SLEIGH. 

Blue sleigh. By Hinfield Townley 
Scott. (In Poetry, Apr. 1950) 
© 10Apr50; B241479. Lindsay B. Scott 
(C) ; 9Jnn78; RE 3-751. 



THE BLUE STAR FAIRY BOOK OF STORIES ... 

The Blue star fairy book of stories 
for children. Author 6 illustrator: 
Christine Louise Richards. © 31Har50; 
AA1 47760. Christine Louise Richards 
(A) ; 24Feb78; RE 740. 



BLUE TOHORROH. 

Blue tomorrow. Hords 6 music: Bill 
Carlisle. 9 8Har50; ED196675. Bill 
Carlisle (A) ; 5Jun78; RE 3-590. 



BLUES AT DAYBBEAK. 

Blues at daybreak. Husic: Haurice 
King. © 27Jan50; EU191586. Haurice 
King (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-686. 



BLUES NOCTURNE. 

Blues nocturne. Husic: Johnny Otis £ 
Hario DeLagarde. © 26Apr50; E0201956. 
Johnny Otis 6 Hario DeLagarde (A) ; 
10Apr78; RE 1-690. 



BOB MITCHELL CHOIRBOYS TELESCRI PTIONS. 

Bob Hitchell Choirboys telescriptions. 
By Snader Telescriptions Corporation. 
9 20Oct50; HP916. Pathe News, Inc. 
(PHH) ; 15Hay78; BE 2-952. 



THE BOBBSEY THINS IN BAINBOH VALLEY. 

The Bobbsey twins in Eainbow Valley. 
By Laura Lee Hope, pseud, of Harriet S. 
Adams. © 9Hay50; A44198. Harriet S. 
Adams (pseud. : Laura Lee Hope) (A) ; 
5Hay78; BE 2-733. 



BOILED CRAHFISH. 

Boiled crawfish. Hords £ music: Tex 
Bitter, Happy Fats, pseud, of LeRoy 
LeBlanc, £ Frank Harford. 9 11Aug50; 
EP48806. LeRoy LeBlanc (Happy Fats) (A) 
6 Dorothy Bitter (H) ; 14Apr78; BE 1-859. 



THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION, 1917-1923. 

The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923. 
Vol. 1. By Edward Hallett Carr. 
© 17NOV50, AI-3004; 30Jan51, A52124. 
Edward Hallett Carr (A); 8Hay78; 
RE 3-064. 



BONAVENTURE. 

Bonaventure; a play in 3 acts. By 

Charlotte Hastings. © 17Aug50; DP356. 

Charlotte Hastings (A) ; 23Jan78; RE 202. 



BONAVENTURE. 

Bonaventure; a play in three acts. By 
Charlotte Hastings. © 17Aug50; DP356. 
Charlotte Hastings (A); 17Feb78; RE 566. 



BONDS OF ORGANIZATION. 

Bonds of organization; an appraisal of 
corporate human relations. By E. Hight 
Bakke. © 5Jul50; A45368. Hary 
Sterling Bakke (H) ; 12Jun78; RE 3-223. 



BOOGIE PETE (AND HIS FINE BOOGIE BEAT) 

Boogie Pete (and his fine boogie beat) 
Husic: John H. Batchelor, words; Paul 
Vandervoort, 2d. © 1Sep50; EP49160. 
John H. Batchelor d.b. a. Oak Husic 
Publishing Company (PCH); 13Har78; 
RE 956. 



THE BOOK OF AHAZING FACTS. 

The Book of amazing facts. By Jerome 
Sydney Heyer, illustrator: William G. 
Johnson. © 1Nov50; A52354. Dorothy T. 
Heyer (H) ; 24Apr78; RE 2-535. 



BOOS IN THE NIGHT. 

Boos in the night. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. © 22Sep50; 
LP388. National Telefilm Associates, 
Inc. (PHH); 20Har78; RE 1-517. 



BOOTY GREEN. 

Booty Green. Husic: Paul Hilliams £ 
William Benjamin. © 17Apr50; EU2007 10. 
Paul Hilliams £ Hilliam Benjamin (A); 
1Hay78; RE 3-368. 



1978 



CORRENT BEGISTBATIONS 



15 



BOPLAND. 

Bopland. Pts. 1-6. Music: A. H. 

Brunner. 17Hay50; E0204190. A. H. 

Branner (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-986. 



BOPTICAL ILLUSION. 

Boptical illusion. Husic: Eddie 
Baxter 6 Frankie Raster. 17Jul50; 
E0209699. Eddie Baiter 6 Frankie Master 
(A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-298. 



BORDER SOLVES. 

Border wolves. By Archie Joscelyn. 
© 25Sep50; AA217092. Archie Joscelyn 
(A) ; 25May78; BE 3-167. 



BORN TO TBOT. 

Born to trot. Text: Marguerite Henry, 
ill.: Wesley Dennis. © 28Sep50; 
A48353. Marguerite Henry (A), Morgan 
Dennis S Charles Reid Dennis (C) ; 
30May78; RE 2-801. 



THE BOSTON O'TOOLES. 

The Boston O'Tooles; a one act fantasy 
for St. Patrick's night. By Francis 
Michael Casey. 6 240ct50; DP441. 
Francis Michael Casey (A); 23Jan78; 
RE 20 5. 



LES BOOCHEES DOOBLES. 

Les Bouchees doubles. De James Hadley 
Chase, translation: Suzanne Flour 6 
Henri Robillot. Add. ti.: The Dead are 
dumb. NM: translation. 6 30Dec50; 
AFO-4 102. Suzanne Flour & Henri 
Robillot (A); 17Apr78; RE 2-566. 



BOORNE BAND BOOK. 

Bourne band book. Arr. and 
compilation: William Schoenfeld, author 
of renewable matter: Bourne, Inc., 
employer for hire. NM: arr. 6 
compilation. © 21Sep50; EP49308. 
Bourne Company (PWH) ; 12May78; RE 2-675. 



A BOWLER HAT AND BONNET. 

A Bowler hat and bonnet. Author of 
words: Charles Gravett, author of music: 
Bill Dudley Bawls. 9 28Dec50; EP52249. 
Charles Gravett S Bill Dudley Bawls (A) ; 
6Har78; RE 797. 



A BOY WITH OXEN. 

A Boy with oxen. No. 1U26. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) 6 24Jul50; G016671. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-734. 



THE BOYS FROM SHARON. 

The Boys from Sharon; a novel. By 
Louise Field Cooper. © 29Har50; 
A42389. Louise Field Cooper (A); 
6Apr78; RE 2-158. 



THE BRA DING COLLECTION. 

The Brading collection; a Miss Silver 
mystery. By Patricia Hentworth 
(Patricia Wentworth Turnbull) Add. ti.: 
The Collection. © 27Feb50; A 4 150 2. 
The National Westminster Bank, Trustee 
Department (E) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-171. 



THE BRASS COPCAKE. 

The Brass cupcake. By John D. 
MacDonald. © 6Oct50; A48914. John D. 
MacDonald (A); 19Jun78; BE 3-810. 



BBAVE COMPANY. 

Brave company. By Guthrie Wilson. 
S 23Aug50; AU8234. Guthrie Wilson (A) 
22May78; RE 3-634. 



BREAKING AND TRAINING THE STOCK HORSE. 

Breaking and training the stock horse. 
By Charles 0. Williamson. NM: new ill. 
6 last 3 chapters. O 15Sep50; A50185. 
Mrs. Charles 0. Williamson (W) ; 28Feb78; 
BE 1-297. 



THE BBEAST OF THE DOVE. 

The Breast of the dove. By Herbert 
Gorman. O 13Har50; A41836. Claire 
Gorman (W) ; 21Apr78; BE 2-453. 



BBIEF FBENCH BEVIEW GBAHMAB. See 
French review grammar. (BE 1-435.) 



A BBIEF INTBOD0CTION TO SPANISH. 

A Brief introduction to Spanish. By 
Donald Devenish Walsh. NM: rev. G 
condensed material from Introductory 
Spanish. © 3Jan50; A39626. Donald 
Devenish Walsh (A); 7Feb78; BE 474. 



BBIGHT SHADOW. 

Bright shadow; a play of detection in 
three acts. By J. B. Priestley. 
© 17oct50; DF250. J. B. Priestley (A); 
23Jan78; RE 196. 



BBIGITTE ET LES BOOTES NO0VELLES. 

Brigitte et les routes nouvelles. By 
Berthe Bernage. B 15Nov50; AFO-3697. 
Societe des Gens de Lettres de France 
(E) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-548. 



BBITANNICA. 

Britannica; grand ceremonial march. 
Music by Archibald Joyce, arr. for 
military band: Henry C. Jarman. 
6 20Dec50; EFO-6541. T. P. C. Jarman 
(W) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-291. 



BBITANNICA BOOK OF THE YEAB 1950. 

Britannica book of the year 1950. By 
Walter Yust. © 16May50; AA152354. 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. (PWH) ; 
17Feb78; HE 479. 



BBITANNICA J0NI0K. 

Britannica junior. Vols. 1-25. By 
Walter lust. 1950 "O" print. NM: 
additions 6 revisions. © 16Jun50; 
A45307. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 17Feb78; RE 481. 



LES BBOGLIE. 

Les Broglie. By Jean DeLaVarende. 
e 20Oct50; AFO-4158. Eric DeLaVarende 
(C) ; 22Hay78; BE 2-865. 



BROOKLYN GOES TO BEANTOWN. 

Brooklyn goes to Beantown. By 
Oniversal Pictures Company, Inc. 
6 10Jan51 (in notice: 1950) ; MP853. 
Oniversal City Studios, Inc. (PWH) ; 
27Apr78; BE 2-498. 



BROTHER JOHN. 

Brother John. By Oniversal Pictures 
Company, Inc. © 18Oct50; MP700. 
Oniversal City Studios, Inc. (PWH) ; 
27Apr78; RE 2-494. 



BBOTBEBHOOD. 

Brotherhood. For voice and piano. 
Words and music: Albert Hay Malotte. 
O 31Oct50; EP50207. Marguerite Malotte 
(W) ; 12May78; BE 4-246. 



BR0HAS PATBOL. 

Brumas patrol. Music 6 orchestration 
by Bobert Busby. © 9Feb51 (in notice: 



1950); EFO-7387. Dorsen Eadie (W) ; 
15May78; BE 2-967. 



BBOMBASKEN I B0MBA. 

Brumbasken i bumba. By Edward Grieg 
[ Edvard Hagerup Grieg] S Bourne, Inc., 
employer for hire of arranger, 
translator 6 editor, Kenneth Hjelmervik. 
NM: arr. © 26Dec50; EP51475. Bourne 
Company (PWH) ; 21Jun78; BE 3-945. 



BR0SH OP YO0R SHAKESPEARE. 

Brush up your Shakespeare. From 
musical production Kiss me Kate. Arr. 
for 4 part male chorus: William 
Stickles. NM: arr. O 31Dec50; 
EP53036. Chappell & Company, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 16Feb78; RE 520. 



BRYANT'S BOOGIE. 

Bryant's boogie. Music: Jimmie 
Bryant. © 19Oct50; E0218793. Jimmie 
Bryant (A); 25Hay78; BE 2-758. 



B0CKY THE B0CKING BRONCO. 

Bucky the bucking bronco. Words and 
music by Hilton Pascal S Gerald Harks. 
© 30Nov50; EP51038. Eoberta J. Patten 
(E of Hilton Pascal); 13Feb78; RE 625. 



B0EN BANCHEBO. 

Buen ranchero. Words & music: Ignacio 
Ozcanga Hatias. © 20Dec50; EF17220. 
Ignacio Ozcanga Hatias (A) ; 24Feb78; 
RE 700. 



BOGLE CALL BABY. 

Bugle call baby, w & a Texas Jim 
Lewis S Sam Houston Allen. © 14Nov50; 
E0221165. Texas Jim Lewis 6 Sam Houston 
Allen (A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-323. 



B0ILDING THE FENCE. 

Building the fence. No. 1396. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Hary Robertson 
Hoses) 6 26Apr50; G016151. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; RE 2-213. 



B0ILT OP LOGICALLY. 

Built up logically. By Howard 
Schoenfeld. (In Fantasy and science 
fiction, fall 1950) © 5Jul50; B253384. 
Howard Schoenfeld (A) ; 18Apr78; 
RE 2-143. 



LA B0HBA. 

La Bumba. Words & music: Juanito 
Blez. © 28Dec50; EFO-7945. Peer 
International Corporation. (PWH) ; 
16Mar78; BE 2-131. 



B0NGLED B0NGALOW. 

Bungled bungalow. By Columbia 
Pictures Corporation. © 28Dec50; 
LP675. Columbia Pictures Industries, 
Inc. (PWH); 20Har78; RE 1-595. 



B0ONANOTTE HIA NAPOLI. 

Buonanotte mia Napoli. w Omberto 
Bertini, ■ Hario Ruccione, arranger: 
Piero Soffici. © 28Nov50; EFO-6107. 
Omberto Bertini (A) ; 6Mar78; RE 1-205. 



B0ONANOTTE HIA NAPOLI. 

Buonanotte mia Napoli. w Omberto 
Bertini, a Mario Buccione, arranger: 
Piero Soffici. © 28Nov50; EFO-6107. 
Hario Buccione (A); 6flar78; BE 1-206. 



16 



HENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



BOT A LITTLE HOSENT. 

But a little moment. By Janes 
Ballard. 30Har50; A42349. James 
Ballard (A) ; 16Mar78; BE 1-785. 



C. C. BABY. 

C. C. baby. Words 6 music: Brownie 
NcGhee. O 24May50; EU206673. Brownie 
flcGhee (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-340. 



CAB CALLOHAI AND HIS CABALIERS ... 

Cab Calloway and his Cabaliecs 
telescriptions. By Snader Teles- 
criptions Corporation. 20Nov50; 
MP990. Pathe News, Inc. (PBH) ; 12May78; 
BE 2-918. 



CACICAVAL. 

Cacicaval. Words: Charlotte Ailene 
Hiler, music: Carroll Lucas. 6 280ec50; 
E0224716. Charlotte Ailene Hiler 6 
Carroll Lucas (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 3-320. 



ON CADAVRE DE TROP DANS LE FILM. 

On Cadavre de trop dans le film. By 
Pierre Nord, pseud, de Andre Brouillard. 
1Nov50; AFO-4577. Pierre Nord, 
pseud, de Andre Brouillard (A) ; 22Hay78; 
RE 2-866. 



CAESAR ADEBAT FORTE. See 

The Whitest elephant. (BE 3-602.) 



CAESORA. See 

Dies irae. (RE 3-701.) 



CAFETIN DE B0ENOS AIRES. 

Cafetin de Buenos Aires. Original 
words: E. S. Discepolo, Italian lyrics: 
Enzo Luigi Poletto, music: Mariano 
Mores. NM: Italian lyrics. © 28Dec50; 
EFO-8630. Edizioni Southern Husic (PWH 
of Enzo Luigi Poletto); 20Bar78; 
BE 1-724. 



CAGE OF GOLD. 

Cage of gold. By Ealing Studios, Ltd. 
© 21Sep50; LF264. EMI Films, Ltd. 
(PWH) ; 3Mar78; BE 3-953. 



LES CAHIEBS DE LA PLEIADE. 

Les Cahiers de la pleiade. 
Ete-automne 1950, no. 10. By Jean 
Paulhan. © 30Oct50; AFO-4115. 
Frederic Paulhan 6 Pierre Paulhan (C) ; 
17Apr78; BE 2-556. 



CAHIERS SCIENTIFIQOES. 

Cahiers scientif igues. Fascicule X: 
Lecons sur la geometrie projectile. By 
Elie Cartan. 9 30Aug50; AFO-3360. 
Henri Cartan (C) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-553. 



CAKES AND ALE. 

Calces and ale. By W. Somerset 
Maugham. NM: introd. 6 14Mar50; 
A41796. Elizabeth Mary, Lady Glendevon 
(C) ; 12May78; BE 2-802. 



CALCOL&TED BISK. 

Calculated risk; illustrated. By Mark 
W. Clark. © 180ct50; A49126. Mark S- 
Clark (i); 13Mar78; RE 1-426. 



THE CALENDARS OF ANCIENT EGYPT. 

The Calendars of ancient Egypt. By 
Richard A. Parker. © 15Dec50; A50929. 



Bichard A. Parker (A); 23Mar78; 
RE 1-733. 



CALIFORNIA POSSILS POB THE FIELD ... 

California fossils for the field 
geologist. By A. Hyra Keen & Hubert G. 
Schenck. NB: new bibliography 6 index, 
several new pictures 6 some new text. 
O 12Sep50; AA162068. A. Myra Keen (A); 
27Mar78; RE 2-004. 



THE CALL OP THE WEST. 

The Call of the West. Author of 
lyrics, music 6 arr. Charles Joseph 
Levy. 6 2Mar50; E0195821. Charles J. 
Levy (A); 13Apr78; RE 2-377. 



CALL TO ARMS. 

Call to arms; march. Words 6 melody: 
Harold Lambert BcAtee. © 28Jul50; 
E0210911. Harold L. McAtee (A); 4May78; 
RE 2-706. 



CALLE DE SAN JOAN. 

Calle de San Juan. Words & music: 
Alfredo Parra. © 27Dec50; EFO-6511. 
Bertha Camacho (NK) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-510. 



CALOB. 

Calor. m Isi Fabra (Isi Fabra Bover) , 
Span, w Tejedor Perez Luis 6 Lorente 
Bunoz. 8 30Dec50; EFO-7199. Tejedor 
P. Luis a.k.a. Tejedor, Lorente Bunoz S 
Isi Fabra Bover a.k.a. Isi Fabra (A); 
17Mar78; RE 1-045. 



CAMBRIDGE IN SOBBEB. 

Cambridge in summer. No. S669. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Bobertson 
Moses) (Rev.) © 26Apr50; G016129. 
James C. Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; 
BE 1-630. 



CAMINITO DE TO COBAZON. 

Caminito de tu corazon. Words £ 
music: Laredo, pseud, of Vicente flari 
Bas. © 29Dec50; EF18203. Vicente Bari 
Bas (pseud.: Laredo) (A); 13Mar78; 
BE 1-459. 



CAMP MEETING BOONCE. 

Camp meeting bounce. Husic: Maurice 
King. © 26Jan50; E0191587. Bauruce 
[sic] King (A); 10Apr78; BE 1-981. 



CABPAS DE ESPERA. 

Campas de espera. Words & music: 
Agustin Lara. © 19Dec50; EFO-18301. 
Carmen Zozaya Perau (W) ; 3Mar78; RE 904. 



CAN THE INDIVIDOAL PBOTECT HIMSELF 

Can the individual protect himself 
against propaganda not in his interest? 
By Alfred McClung Lee. (In Social 
forces, Oct. 31, 1950) © 310ct50; 
B271374. Alfred McClung Lee (A); 
20Mar78; BE 127. 



CANADA. 

Canada. By C. S. Hammond & Company. 

© 6Dec50; F8534. Hammond, Inc. (PBH) ; 

8Har78; RE 1-151. 



CANASTA POLKA. 

Canasta polka. in Glen Taft. 
© 16Jun50; E0207024. Dana Publishing 
Company (PBH); 12Bay78; BE 3-148. 



THE CANASTA SONG. 

The Canasta song, w 6 m Clyde Bccoy, 
Cliff Parman, Jimmy Krum S Saxie Doweil. 



O 30Jan50; E0192003. 
(W) ; 3Jan78; BE 3. 



Claire O. Doweil 



CANDY BABY. 

Candy baby. w 6 m Sharkey Bonano £ 
Chris Yacich. O 15May50; EP46703. 
Sharkey Bonano £ Chris Yacich (A); 
17Apr78; BE 2-327. 



CANDY CHEBBIES. 

Candy cherries. Words 6 music: Gould 
Thomas Pritchett. © 8Sep50; E0214813. 
Gould Thomas Pritchett (A); 9Jan78; 
BE 30. 



CANE BOTTOM CHAIR. 

Cane bottom chair. Authors 6 
composers: Johnny Marks 6 willard 
Bobison. © 21Feb50; E0194574. Saint 
Nicholas Music, Inc. (PBH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-258. 



CAN'T UNDERSTAND. 

Can't understand. Words £ music: 

Morris Battner. © 18Oct50; EU218768. 

Morris Battner (A); 30May78; BE 2-987. 



CAN'T UNDERSTAND A WOMAN (BHO CAN'T 

Can't understand a woman (who can't 
understand her man) w 6 m Scotty 
Harrell. © 26Oct50; E0219506. Scotty 
Harrell (A); 17Apr78; BE 2-318. 



CANTIQ0E DE NOEL. 

Cantigue de noel. Arr. for glee club 
£ solo: Roy Bingwald, m Adolphe Adam. 
NM: arr. © 10Mar50; E0197393. Shawnee 
Press, Inc. (PBH) ; 22Bay78; BE 3-268. 



CAPITAL IMPOSTS AND AMERICAN BALANCE ... 

Capital imports and American balance 
of payments, 1934-1939. By Arthur I. 
Bloomfield. © 24Mar50; A42356. Arthur 
I. Bloomfield (A) ; 23Mar78; BE 1-729. 



THE CAPTAIN'S PABBOT. 

The Captain's parrot; an opera. 
Bords: William Bymark Jacobs, music: 
Alexander Brent Smith. © 14Jun50; 
EFO-4383. Alexander Brent Smith £ 
Billiam Bymark Jacobs (A) ; 3Jul78; 
BE 3-771. 



CAPTIVE OF FREEDOM. See 

Nicolas Berdyaev: Captive of freedom. 
(RE 891.) 



THE CARDINAL. 

The Cardinal. By Henry Morton 
Bobinson. Pub. serially in Cosmopolitan 
magazine under the same title. NM: 
expansion to full book length. 
© 6Mar50; A41666. Vivian Bobinson (B) 
6 Gertrude Bobinson (C) ; 22Jun78; 
BE 4-115. 



CABELESS BOBDS. 

Careless words. Words and music; Hal 
Fuller. © 26Dec50; EP51867. Hal 
Fuller (A); 6Mar78; BE 787. 



CARINOSABENTE. 

Carinosamente. Words £ music: Armando 
Orefiche. © 29Dec50; EFO- 18201. 
Armando Orefiche (A); 16Mar78; BE 1-794. 



CARMENCITA. 

Carmencita; piano solo. Music: Edna 
Taylor. © 29Dec50; EP52158. Edna 
Taylor (A); 7Mar78; RE 766. 



1978 



CUBBENT REGISTRATIONS 



17 



CARNIVAL DAY. 

Carnival day. Bords S music: Dave 
Bartholomew. O 25Apr50; ED201777. 
Dave Bartholomew (A) ; 27Jan78; BE 281. 



CAROL OF THE QUESTIONING CHILD. 

Carol of the questioning child. For 
4-part chorus of mixed voices and 2 
soprano soli with piano or organ ace. w 
6 m Richard Kountz. 8Hay50; EP46944. 
Katharine H. Cannon £ Hary Louis Groover 
(NK) ; 12May78; BE 4-237. 



CABOL YE. 

Carol ye. Husic: Boger C. Silson, 
words: Elsie Duncan Tale. 29Jun50; 
EP47868. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PBH) ; 22Jun78; BE 4-086. 



CAROLS OF CHBISTMAS. 

Carols of Christmas. S. A. B. Arr. 
Ellen Jane Lorenz. NM: arr. © 26MayS0; 
EP47084. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PBH) ; 27Bar78; BE 1-913. 



CAROL TIME. 

Caroltime; piano book. Arr. Kenneth 
F. Kiaes. 6 13Oct50; EP49766. 
Summy-Birchard Company (PBH); 6Jun78; 
BE 3-80 4. 



CARTA FATAL. 

Carta fatal. Words 6 music: Carlos 
Crespo (Carlos Crespo Cafuentes) 
© 29Dec50; EFO-6050. Carlos Crespo 
(Cafuentes) (A); 13Har78; BE 1-502. 



THE CASE AGAINST MYSELF. 

The Case against myself. By Gregory 
Tree. © 17Jul50; A45804. Gregory Tree 
(A) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-017. 



CASEIN PAINTING: METHODS AND DEMON- 

Casein painting: methods and 
demonstrations. By Henry H. Gasser. 
© 15Sep50; A47449. Batson-Guptill 
Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 26Jan78; 
RE 290. 



CASES ARGOED AND DECIDED IN THE 

Cases argued and decided in the 
Supreme Court of the Onited States. 
October Term, 1948. Contained in 0. S. 
reports, vols. 335 (p. 281 to end) , 336, 
337, 338 (p. 1-215), book 93. Lawyers 
ed. 25Apr50; AA1 49356. The Lawyers 
Co-operative Publishing Company (PBH) ; 
20Apr78; RE 3-230. 



CASSE NOISETTE. 

Casse noisette. For piano. Husic: 
Peter Tschaikowsky [Peter Ilyitch 
Tchaikovsky], arr. Leif Haraldsted. 
Add. ti.: The Nutcracker suite. (In 
Ballet music, 2) © 15Dec50; EF17048. 
Leif Haraldsted (A) ; 13Har78; RE 1-830. 



THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE. 

The Cat and the fiddle. For unison 
voices with piano. w S m Hugh Stevenson 
Roberton. © 30Oct50; EFO-5127. 
Kenneth Bantock Roberton (C) ; 5May78; 
BE 2-810. 



CATALOG OF REPRINTS IN SERIES. 

Catalog of reprints in series. By 
Bobert H. Orton. 11th ed. © 11Dec50; 
AA169181. Bobert a. Orton (A); 10Hay78; 
BE 2-876. 



CATCH A STAB. 

Catch a star; a comedy in three acts. 
By Bichard Williams, pseud, of James 



Beach. O 14Sep50; DP364. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PBH); 23Jan78; BE 417. 



CATS AND PEOPLE. 

Cats and people. By Frances Lockridge 
6 Bichard Lockridge. O 28Jun50; 
A45323. Bichard Lockridge (A); 7Har78; 
BE 1-178. 



CATTLE Q0EEN. 

Cattle queen. By Jack Schwarz 
Productions, Inc. © 9Dec50; LP676. 
Video-Cinema Films, Inc. in trust for 
Tele-Pac, Inc. (PBH) ; 2Jun78; BE 3-569. 



CA0SEBAY TO THE PAST. 

Causeway to the past. By Billiam 

O'Farrell. © 17Feb50; A41881. Billiam 

O'Farrell (A); 20Jan78; RE 213. 



CAVALCADE OF GIBLS. 

Cavalcade of girls. By The Vitaphone 

Corporation. © 10Aug50; HP417. Pathe 

News, Inc. (PBH) ; 1Hay78; BE 2-388. 



THE CELEBBATED CASE OF FITZ JOHN POBTEB. 

The Celebrated case of Fitz John 
Porter; an American Dreyfus affair. By 
Otto Eisenschiml, maps by Barbara Long. 
6 5Hay50; A43772. Ralph Eisenschiml 
(C) ; 10Apr78; BE 2-201. 



CELESTIAL VISITANT. 

Celestial visitant. By Hovsep 
Pushman. © 25Apr50; G016095. Arsene 
Pushman S Armand Pushman (C) ; 8Jun78; 
RE 2-985. 



CELL AND PSYCHE, THE BIOLOGY OF P0RPOSE. 

Cell and psyche, the biology of 
purpose. By Edmund Bare Sinnott. 
© 130ct50; A49344. Edmund B. Sinnott, 
Jr. (C) ; 21Feb78; BE 633. 



CELLES QO'ON PBEND DANS SES BBAS. 

Celles qu'on prend dans ses bras; 3 
actes, notes de theatre. By Henry 
DeMontherlant. © 30NovS0; DFO-63. 
Jean-Claude Barat (E) ; 17Apr78; 
BE 2-560. 



LOS CELOS Y EL VIEHTO. 

Los Celos y el viento. Letra y 
musica: Carmelo Larrea. © 29Dec50; 
EF18194. Carmelo Larrea (A); 13Har78; 
RE 1-480. 



CELTIC SNAPSHOTS. 

Celtic snapshots. Music by Bobert 
Pagan, arr. Bobert Gill. © 13Oct50; 
EFO-5346. Margaret Gill (W) ; 13Mar78; 
BE 1-276. 



CENDBILLON. See 

(Mickey presente) Cendrillon. 
(BE 2-544.) 



CENTER CO0RT. 

Center court. By Helen Hull Jacobs. 
© 22Har50; A42128. Helen Hull Jacobs 
(A) ; 1May78; RE 2-639. 



A CENTURY OF IRON AND MEN. 

A Century of iron and men. By Harlan 
Hatcher. © 26Jun50; A45196. Harlan 
Hatcher (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 2-207. 



ONE CEBTAINE N0IT. 

One Certaine nuit. By Edouard 
Peisson. © 15Nov50; AFO-3356. Madame 



Edouard Peisson, nee Marguerite Martin 
(B) ; 22May78; RE 2-850. 



C'EST TA FETE MAMAN. 

C'est ta fete maman. Extrait de 
1 "album Les Enfants s'amusent. Bords S 
music: Charles Humel, pseud, of Hubert 
Mellones. © 4Dec50; EFO-6144. 
Danielle Melka & Alexandrine Berthier 
(NK) ; 3Mar78; RE 909. 



CHAIN SCANNING. 

Chain scanning. By L. Ron Hubbard. 
© 12Dec50; AA1 77636. L. Bon Hubbard 
(A) ; 19Jun78; BE 3-808. 



LA CHAINE D'AMOOB. 

La Chaine d'amour. Par Daphne 
DuMaurier, translated by Francois 
D'Onienville 6 Alix D'Onienville. Add. 
ti. : Loving spirit. NM: translation. 
© 17Nov50; AFO-3773. Francois 
D'Onienville & Alix D'Onienville (A); 
17Apr78; BE 2-542. 



THE CHAINED BIBLE. 

The Chained Bible. By Love. 
© 15Sep50; K25944. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PBH); 18May78; 
BE 3-076. 



CHAMPION J0MPEBS. 

Champion jumpers. By Columbia 
Pictures Corporation. © 28Dec50; 
MP1716. Columbia Pictures Industries, 
Inc. (PBH); 20Mar78; BE 1-600. 



CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHTING: EXPLOSIVE 

Championship fighting: explosive 
punching and aggressive defense. By 
Jack Dempsey, editor: Jack Cuddy. 
© 26May50; A44453. Jack Dempsey & Jack 
Cuddy (A) ; 3May78; BE 2-723. 



CHANCEL CHOIB. See 

Lorenz's Chancel choir. (BE 1-908.) 



CHANGE IN COMMAND. 

Change in command. By Binston Spencer 
Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, episode 
152) © 6Nov50; AA166674. Sara Audley 
6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; BE 3-510. 



CHANSON HEBRAIC0E. 

Chanson hebraigue. By Glinka, arr. 
for instrumental trio: Quinto Maganini. 
NM: arr. © 12Hay50; EP47935. 
Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini (W) ; 
12Apr78; RE 2-400. 



CHANTS FOR OPENING AND CLOSING CHOIR 

Chants for opening and closing choir 
rehearsals. For unison voices. 
Adaptation of English words by Theodore 
N. Marier. NM: adaptation of English 
words. © 27Dec50; EP51892. A. P. 
Schmidt Company (PBH) ; 10Mar78; RE 922. 



CHAPS AND CALICO. 

Chaps and calico; dramatico-musical 
composition. By Joseph Ludwig Keller. 
NM: words 6 dialogue. © 24Mar50; 
D23764. Joseph L. Keller (A); 16Mar78; 
RE 1-5S2. 



CHARLES AND MARY LAMB'S TALES FROM ... 

Charles and Mary Lamb's Tales from 
Shakespeare. 111. by John C. Bonsetler. 
(New children's classics) NM: ill. 
© 26Sep50; A47760. Hacmillan 
Publishing Company, Inc., formerly the 
Hacmillan Company (PBH); 8May78; 
RE 3-055. 



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RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



CHABLES DICKENS' A CHBISTMAS CABOL. 

Charles Dickens' A Christmas carol. 
111. by Robert Ball. (New children's 
classics) NB: ill. O 26Sep50; A47760. 
Macmillan Publishing Company, Inc., 
formerly the Macmillan Company (PWH) ; 
8May78; BE 3-056. 



CHARM. 

Charm. Vol. 73, no. 5, Jan. 1951. 
22Dec50; B281260. The Conde Nast 
Publications, Inc. (PCW) ; 9Jan78; 
BE 188. 



CHARMING ONE. 

Charming one. Words 6 music by 
Lillian Sprotte K Wallace E. Bradley. 
14Feb50; EP45100. Lillian Sprotte £ 
Wallace E. Bradley (A); 31Mar78; 
BE 1-324. 



CHATTERBOX. 

Chatterbox. For piano. m Alec 
Templeton. 9 29Nov50; EP50886. Julie 
Templeton (W) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-301. 



CHEBRY AMES, NIGHT S0PEBVISOE. 

Cherry Ames, night supervisor. By 
Julie Tatham. 6 9May50; A44199. Julie 
Tatham (A); 5May78; RE 2-734. 



CHESS FOR FON AND CHESS FOR BLOOD. 

Chess for fan and chess for blood. By 
Edward Lasker. Rev. ed. © 16Aug50; 
A46983- Edward Lasker (A) ; 20Mar78; 
BE 1-932. 



CHI SEI TO? 

Chi sei tu? w Giovanna Colombi, a R. 
Abner, pseud, of Abner Rossi. 
9 25Bay50; EFO-3940. Abner Rossi (A); 
16Jun78; RE 4-126. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
50, Feb. 28, 1950. 9 28Feb50; B234195. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 14Feb78; RE 379. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
49, Feb. 27, 1950. 9 27Feb50; B234194. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; RE 380. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
48, Feb. 25, 1950. 9 25Feb50; B233744. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 14Feb78; BE 382. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
27, Feb. 1, 1950. © 1Feb50; B229893. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 383. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
28, Feb. 2, 1950. © 2Feb50; B230346. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; RE 384. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
29, Feb. 3, 1950. © 3Feb50; B230347. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 14Feb78; RE 385. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
30, Feb. 4, 1950. © 4Feb50; B230348. 



Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 386. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIB0NE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
31, Feb. 6, 1950. O6Feb50; B230633. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 388. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIB0NE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
32, Feb. 7, 1950. 6 7Feb50; B230879. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 389. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
33, Feb. 8, 1950. © 8Feb50; B231982. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; RE 390. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
34, Feb. 9, 1950. 8 9Feb50; B231983. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; RE 391. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
35, Feb. 10, 1950. 9 10Feb50; B231984. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 392. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
36, Feb. 11, 1950. © 11Feb50; B231985. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; RE 393. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
37, Feb. 13, 1950. 8 13Feb50; B232327. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; RE 394. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
38, Feb. 14, 1950. 9 14Feb50; B232328. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 395. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
39, Feb. 15, 1950. 9 15Feb50; B232329. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 14Feb78; BE 396. 



CHIcasO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
40, Feb. 16, 1950. 9 16Feb50; B232628. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 399. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
41, Feb. 17, 1950. © 17Feb50; B232629. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 400. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
42, Feb. 18, 1950. © 18Feb50; B232630. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; BE 401. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
43, Feb. 20, 1950. © 20Feb50; B233256. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; RE 402. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
44, Feb. 21, 1950. © 21Feb50; B233257. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 14Feb78; BE 403. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
45, Feb. 22, 1950. © 22Feb50; B233258. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 14Feb78; BE 404. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
46, Feb. 23, 1950. © 23Feb50; B233742. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 14Feb78; BE 405. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
47, Feb. 24, 1950. © 24Feb50; B233743. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 14Feb78; BE 406. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
51, Har. 1, 1950. © 1Har50; B234333. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 2Mar78; BE 1-046. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
52, Har. 2, 1950. 9 2Mar50; B234832. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 2Har78; RE 1-048. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
53, Har. 3, 1950. © 3Har50; B234833. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Mar78; BE 1-049. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
54, Mar. 4, 1950. © 4flar50; B234834. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 2Har78; BE 1-050. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
55, Mar. 6, 1950. © 6Har50; B235110. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Bar78; BE 1-051. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
56, Mar. 7, 1950. 9 7Mar50; B235111. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 2Har78; BE 1-052. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
57, Har. 8, 1950. 9 8Mar50; B235385. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Mar78; RE 1-053. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
58, Har. 9, 1950. 9 9Mar50; B236006. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; BE 1-055. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
59, Har. 10, 1950. © 10Har50; B236007. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; BE 1-056. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
60, Bar. 11, 1950. © 11Har50; B236008. 



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CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE. (CON.) 

Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 

Company (PCW); 2Har78; RE 1-057. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol- 109, no. 
61, Bar. 13, 1950. S 13Har50; B236009. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Conpany (PCW) ; 2Har78; RE 1-058. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
62, Bar. 14, 1950. 14Bar50; B236277. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; RE 1-059. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
63, Bar. 15, 1950. O 15Har50; B236278. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCM); 2flar78; RE 1-060. 



CHICAGO DAILY TEIB0NE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
64, Bar. 16, 1950. © 16Bar50; B236758. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Bar78; RE 1-062. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
65, Bar. 17, 1950. © 17Sar50; B236759. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Sar78 ; RE 1-063. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
66, Bar. 18, 1950. 6 18flar50; B236760. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; RE 1-064. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
67, Bar. 20, 1950. © 20Bar50; B237326. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Bar78; RE 1-065. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
68, Bar. 21, 1950. © 21flar50; B237327. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; RE 1-066. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
69, Har. 22, 1950. © 22Har50; B237328. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; RE 1-067. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
70, Bar. 23, 1950. 9 23Bar50; B237964. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Bar78; BE 1-069. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
71, Har. 24, 1950. © 24Har50; B237965- 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Bar78 ; BE 1-070. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
72, Har. 25. 1950. © 25Har50; B237966. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; RE 1-071. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
73, Har. 27, 1950. © 27Har50; B237967. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; BE 1-072. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
74, Har. 28, 1950. O 28Mar50; B238541. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; BE 1-073. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
75, Har. 29, 1950. © 29Har50; B238542. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har78; BE 1-074. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
76, Mar. 30, 1950. © 30Mar50; B238882. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
77, Har. 31, 1950. © 31Har50; B238883. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
78, Apr. 1, 1950. © 1Apr50; B238884. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
79, Apr. 3, 1950. © 3Apr50; B239095. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
81, Apr. 5, 1950. © 5Apr50; B239371. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
82, Apr. 6, 1950. © 6Apr50; B239372. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TRIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
83, Apr. 7, 1950. © 7Apr50; B239903. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
84, Apr. 8, 1950. © 8Apr50; B240127. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Bar78; BE 1-084. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
86, Apr. 11, 1950. © 11Apr50; B240128. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
85, Apr. 10, 1950. © 10Apr50; B241618. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
80, Apr. 4, 1950. © 4Apr50; B239370. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
87, Apr. 12, 1950. © 12Apr50; B241619. 



Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBUNE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
88, Apr. 13, 1950. © 13Apr50; B241620. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 2Har 78; BE 1-090. 



CHICAGO DAILY TEIB0NE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
89, Apr. 14, 1950. © 14Apr50; B241621. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 2Har78; BE 1-091. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
90, Apr. 15, 1950. © 15Apr50; B241622. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
91, Apr. 17, 1950. © 17Apr50; B241623. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
92, Apr. 18, 1950. © 18Apr50; B241950. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 2Har78; BE 1-094. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
93, Apr. 19, 1950. © 19Apr50; B241951. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 2Har78; BE 1-095. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
94, Apr. 20, 1950. © 20Apr50; B241952. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBUNE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
95, Apr. 21, 1950. © 21Apr50; B243347. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
96, Apr. 22, 1950. © 22Apr50; B243348. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
97, Apr. 24, 1950. © 24Apr50; B243349. 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBUNE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
98, Apr. 25, 1950. © 2SApr50; B243350. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW) ; 2Bar 78; BE 1-102. 



CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
99, Apr. 26, 1950. © 26Apr50; B243351. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
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CHICAGO DAILY TBIBONE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
100, Apr. 27, 1950. © 27Apr50; 
B243352. Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. 
Chicago Tribune Company (PCW); 2Har78; 
BE 1-104. 



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CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
101, Apr. 28, 1950. 28Apr50; 
B243353. Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. 
Chicago Tribune Company (PCW) ; 2Mar78; 
HE 1-105. 



CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago daily tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
102, Apr. 29, 1950. O 29Apr50; 
B243354. Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. 
Chicago Tribune Company (PCD); 2Mar78; 
RE 1-106. 



CHICASO SUNDAY TRIB0NE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
9, Feb. 26, 1950. 8 26Feb50; B233745. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 14Feb78; BE 381. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
6, Feb. 5, 1950. © 5Feb50; B230632. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCS) ; 14Feb78; RE 387. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
7, Feb. 12, 1950. 9 12Feb50; B232330. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCW); 14Feb78; RE 397. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
8, Feb. 19, 1950. 9 19Feb50; B232627. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 14Feb78; RE 398. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
10, Mar. 5, 1950. 9 5Har50; B234831. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 2Mar78; RE 1-047. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
11, Mar. 12, 1950. 9 12Mar50; B236005. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCS); 2Mar78; RE 1-051. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
12, Mar. 19, 1950. 9 19Mar50; B236757. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCS); 2Mar78; BE 1-061. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TBIB0NE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
17, Apr. 23, 1950. O 23Apr50; B243345. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 2Mar78; BE 1-097. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TBIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
18, Apr. 30, 1950. 9 30Apr50; B243346. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 2Mar78; RE 1-098. 



CHICK, CHICK, CHICKEN. 

Chick, chick, chicken. w Harry Glick 
6 Sidney Clare, m Sidney chankin. 
6 5Sep50; EU214343. Helen F. Clare 
(H) ; 9Jan78; RE 31. 



CHILD DIANETICS. 

Child dianetics. By L. Bon Hubbard. 
9 23Dec50; AA178150. L. Ron Hubbard 
(A) ; 22May78; RE 3-635. 



CHILD LIFE. 

Child life. Vol. 29, no. 3, Mar. 
1950. 6 15Feb50; B231761. The 
Saturday Evening Post Company (PCH) ; 
2Feb78; RE 237. 



CHILD LIFE. 

Child life. Vol. 29, no. 4, Apr. 
1950. 9 15Mar50; B236615. The 
Saturday Evening Post Company (PCH) ; 
24Apr78; RE 2-355. 



CHILD LIFE. 

Child life. Vol. 29, no. 5, May 1950. 
9 15Apr50; B240221. The Saturday 
Evening Post Company (PCH) ; 5May78; 
RE 2-633. 



CHILD LIFE. 

Child life. Vol. 29, no. 6, June 
1950. 9 15May50; B244176. The 
Saturday Evening Post Company (PCH) ; 
1May78; BE 2-728. 



THE CHILD HHO NEVER GBEH. 

The Child who never grew. By Pearl 
Sydenstricker Buck (Mrs. Richard J. 
Halsh) (In Ladies' home journal. May 
1950) 9 26Apr50; B5-13667. Janice C. 
Halsh, Richard S. Halsh, John S. Halsh, 
Henriette C. Teusch, Chieko c. Singer, 
Jean C. Lippincott, Edgar S. Halsh 6 
Carol Buck (C) ; 13Mar78; BE 959. 



THE CHILDREN OF GOD. 

The Children of God. a Harry Robert 
Hilson. 6 6Nov50; EP50558. Nadine 
Wilson (H); 10Apr78; BE 1-850. 



THE CHILDBEN'S DIGEST. 

The Children's digest. No. 1, Oct. 
1950. 25Sep50; B267049. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 
27Mar78; BE 1-311. 



THE CHILDBEN'S DIGEST. 

The Children's digest. No. 2, Nov. 
1950. 9 26Oct50; B269989. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 
27Mar78; RE 1-312. 



THE CHILDREN'S DIGEST. 

The Children's digest. No. 1, Dec. 
1950. © 29Nov50; B275208. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 
27Mar78; RE 1-314. 



THE CHILDBEN'S LETTER TO THE 0NITED ... 

The Children's letter to the Onited 
Nations. For voice 6 piano. Prefatory 
note: Alma M. Haring, w Public School 
Number 90, Queens, N. I., m Celius 
Dougherty. © 25Sep50; EP49725. Celius 
Dougherty (A); 12May78; RE 3-127. 



THE CHILDREN'S LETTEB TO THE ONITED ... 

The Children's letter to the Onited 
Nations. For 2-part chorus of treble 
voices with piano, w Public School 
Number 90, Queens, N. I., arr. Celius 
Dougherty. NM: arr. © 4Dec50; 
EP51074. Celius Dougherty (A); 12May78; 
RE 3-130. 



THE CHILDBEN'S LETTER TO THE UNITED ... 

The Children's letter to the Onited 
Nations. For 3-part chorus of women's 
voices with piano. w Public School 
Number 90, Queens, N. Y., arr. Celius 
Dougherty. NM: arr. © 27Dec50; 
EP51854. Celius Dougherty (A); 12May78; 
HE 3-131. 



THE CHILDREN'S LETTER TO THE UNITED 

The Children's letter to the United 
Nations. For 3-part chorus of mixed 
voices with piano. Arr. Celius 
Dougherty. NM: arr. 9 27Dec50; 
EP51855. Celius Dougherty (A); 12May78; 
RE 3-132. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
13, Mar. 26, 1950. © 26Mar50; B237963. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 2Mar78; BE 1-068. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
14, Apr. 2, 1950. 9 2Apr50; B238881. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 2Mar78; RE 1-075. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TBIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
15, Apr. 9, 1950. © 9Apr50; B240126. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 2Mar78; HE 1-083. 



CHICAGO SUNDAY TBIBUNE. 

Chicago Sunday tribune. Vol. 109, no. 
16, Apr. 16, 1950. 9 16Apr50; B241617. 
Chicago Tribune a.a.d.o. Chicago Tribune 
Company (PCH); 2Mar78; RE 1-086. 



CHILDHOOD AND SOCIETY. 

Childhood and society. By Erik H. 
Erikson. © 190ct50; A49075. Erik H. 
Erikson (A) ; 7Feb78; BE 472. 



CHILDHOOD DAYS. 

Childhood days. Hords 6 music: George 
Joseph Nowlan (Nolan) 6 James Joseph 
Halpin. © 29Aug50; EU215351. George 
Nolan (Nowlan) £ James Joseph Halpin 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 3-311. 



CHILDISH PLAY. See 

Jogo infantil. (RE 1-841.) 



CHILDREN AND THE THEATER. 

Children and the theater. By Hazel G. 
Robertson 6 Caroline E. Fisher. NM: 
entire text rewritten, chapter added. 
© 26Aug50; A47080. Hazel G. Robertson 
(A) ; 8May78; RE 2-838. 



THE CHILDREN'S LETTER TO THE UNITED ... 

The Children's letter to the Onited 
Nations. For 4-part chorus of mixed 
voices with piano, w Public School 
Number 90, Queens, N. Y., arr. Celius 
Dougherty. NM: arr. © 27Dec50; 
EP51856. Celius Dougherty (A); 12May78; 
HE 3-133. 



THE CHILDREN'S LETTER TO THE ONITED ... 

The Children's letter to the Onited 
Nations. For 4-part chorus of men's 
voices with piano, w Public School 
Number 90, Queens, N. Y., arr. Celius 
Dougherty. NM: arr. 8 27Dec50; 
EP51860. Celius Dougherty (A); 12May78; 
RE 3-134. 



CHILDREN'S PLAY MATE MAGAZINE. 

Children's play mate magazine. Vol. 
21, no. 10, Mar. 1950. © 23Feb50; 
B234450. The Saturday Evening Post 
Company (PCH) ; 2Feb78; RE 239. 



CHILDREN'S PLAY MATE MAGAZINE. 

Children's play mate magazine. Vol. 
21, no. 11, Apr. 1950. 8 24Mar50; 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



21 



CHILDREN'S PLAY HATE MAGAZINE. (CON.) 
B239657. The Saturday Evening Post 
Company (PCW); 24Apr78; BE 2-357. 



CHILDREN'S PLAT SATE MAGAZINE. 

Children's play mate magazine. Vol. 
21, no. 12, May 1950. 24Apr50; 
B243603- The Saturday Evening Post 
Company (PCD); 5May78; RE 2-635. 



CHILDREN'S PLAT MATE MAGAZINE. 

Children's play mate magazine. Vol. 
22, no. 1, June 1950. 25May50; 
B248010. The Saturday Evening Post 
Company (PCS); 1May78; RE 2-729. 



CHILDREN'S PLAT MATE MAGAZINE. 

Children's play mate magazine. Vol. 
22, no. 2, July 1950. © 26Jun50; 
B253180. The Saturday Evening Post 
Company (PCD); 2Jun78; RE 3-105. 



THE CHILDREN'S PRAISE. 

The Children's praise. Words 6 music: 
Ira B. Wilson & Lizzie DeArmond. (In 
The Choir herald. May 1950) e 29Mar50; 
B2415 54. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-925. 



THE CHILDREN'S WALTZ. 

The Children's waltz. Music: Paul 
Joseph Garofalo. 9 17Mar50; E0197440. 
Paul Joseph Garofalo (A) ; 12Apr78; 
RE 1-824. 



A CHILD'S BOOK OF DOGS. 

A Child's book of dogs. By Luis M. 
Henderson. 9 30Aug50; A48381. Luis M. 
Henderson (A); 7Feb78; RE 803. 



A CHILD'S BOOK OF HORSES. 

A Child's book of horses. By E. 
Joseph Dreany. 9 30Aug50; A48382- E. 
Joeseph [sic] Dreany (A); 7Feb78; 
RE 80 2. 



CHILLI. 

Chilli; lead sheet for piano. w 6 m 
John Joseph Costello. © 6Feb50; 
E0192803. John J. Costello (A); 
16Mar78; RE 1-765. 



CHINA DOLL. 

China doll. By Columbia Pictures 
Corporation. 9 28Dec50; HP872. 
Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-599. 



CHINESE HOUSES AND GARDENS. 

Chinese houses and gardens. By Henry 
Inn, edited by Shao Chang Lee. NM: 
preface, cuts, captions, corrections 6 
revisions. 24Mar50; A42326. Henry 
Inn (A); 10Mar78; RE 1-239. 



CHING-A-RA-SA-SA. 

Ching-a-ra-sa-sa. w Allan Roberts, m 
Fred Spielman. 9 18Oct50; EP51836. 
Jeffrey Roberts 6 Robert Roberts (C) ; 
19Apr78; RE 2-376. 



THE CHOIR HERALD. 

The Choir herald. Vol. 53, no. 6, 
Mar. 1950. 9 23Jan50; B235303. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 20Jan78; 
RE 110. 



THE CHOIR HBRALD. 

The Choir herald. Vol. 53, no. 7, 
Apr. 1950. 9 6Har50; B241553. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 2Har78; 
RE 875. 



THE CHOIR HERALD. 

The Choir herald. Vol. 53, no. 9, 
June 1950. 9 20Apr50; B246285. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW); 27Mar78; 
RE 1-900. 



THE CHOIR HERALD. 

The Choir herald. Vol. 53, no. 8, May 
1950. 9 29Mar50; B241554. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW); 27flar78; 
RE 1-920. 



THE CHOIR HERALD. 

The Choir herald. Vol. 53, no. 10, 
July 1950. 9 26May50; B249251. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW); 2<»May78; 
BE 3-250. 



THE CHOIR HERALD, APR. 1950. See 
A Crown of life. (RE 879.) 
Mother-love. (RE 878.) 
Praise ye the Lord. (RE 880.) 
The Savior's voice. (RE 876.) 
Yield yourselves unto God. (RE 877.) 



THE CHOIR HERALD, J0NE 1950. See 
As we part. (RE 1-894.) 
The Beautiful city. (RE 1-898.) 
God be merciful. (RE 1-897.) 
I walk with God. (RE 1-895.) 
Lift up the gates of praise. 

(RE 1-899.) 
This hour give thanks. (RE 1-896.) 



THE CHOIR HEBALD, MAR. 1950. See 
Behold the Lamb of God! (RE 96.) 
Blessed is He. (BE 93.) 
The Green hill far away. (BE 95.) 
Lift high the triumph song. (BE 92.) 
Now is Christ risen. (RE 94.) 
Triumphant voices. (BE 97.) 
Ye shall live also. (BE 91.) 

THE CHOIR HERALD, MAT 1950. See 
Be glad in the Lord. (RE 1-928.) 
The Children's praise. (RE 1-925.) 
Just as I am. (RE 1-926.) 
My soul waits on God. (BE 1-927.) 



THE CHOIR LEADER. 

The Choir leader. Vol. 57, no. 1, 
Har. 1950. 9 23Jan50; B235305. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 20Jan78; 
BE 98. 



THE CHOIR LEADER. 

The Choir leader. Vol. 57, no. 2, 
Apr. 1950. 9 24Feb50; B241551. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW); 20Jan78; 
RE 103. 



THE CHOIR LEADER. 

The Choir leader. Vol. 57, no. 3, May 
1950. 9 29Mar50; B241552. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 27Mar78; 
BE 1-881. 



THE CHOIR LEADER. 

The Choir leader. Vol. 57, no. 4, 
June 1950. 9 20Apr50; B246284. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 27Mar78; 
BE 1-893. 



THE CHOIB LEADEB. 

The Choir leader. Vol. 57, no. 5, 
July 1950. 9 26May50; B249250. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 24Hay78; 
BE 3-241. 



THE CHOIR LEADER, APB. 1950. See 

Holy Spirit, truth divine. (RE 107.) 
The House of the Lord. (BE 105.) 
I know! (BE 666.) 



Jesus, light of all our seeing. 

(BE 667.) 
A Mother's Day prayer. (BE 104.) 
My voice shalt thou hear. (RE 668.) 



THE CHOIB LEADER, J0NE 1950. See 

I will lift up mine eyes. (RE 1-892.) 
A Nation's pledge. (RE 1-890.) 
Take Thou my hand. (BE 1-891.) 
Teach me Thy perfect will. (BE 1-889.) 
Two choral responses for a wedding. 
(RE 1-888.) 



THE CHOIB LEADER, MAB. 1950. See 
The King rides forth. (RE 101.) 
The Master of the morning. (RE 99.) 
The Risen Lord. (BE 100.) 



THE CHOIB LEADEB, MAY 1950. See 
Fear thou not. (BE 1-884.) 
Let me walk in Thy way. (BE 1-883.) 
Savior, like a shepherd lead us. 

(BE 1-885.) 
Within His sanctuary. (RE 1-882.) 



CHORAL RESPONSES FOR A WEDDING. See 
Two choral responses for a wedding. 
(RE 1-888.) 



CHORAL SCHERZO ON A WELL KNOWN TONE. 

Choral scherzo on a well known tune. 
Music: Gail Kubik. © 28Dec50; EP68945. 
Gail Kubik (A); 27Feb78; RE 708. 



CHORAL SONG AND F0G0E FOR ORGAN. 

Choral song and fugue for organ. By 
S. S. Wesley, music editing: Walter 
Emery. NM: music editing. © 30Dec50; 
EFO-7270. Valerie Emery (8) ; 3Jul78; 
RE 3-787. 



CHOBALE FANTASIA ON AN OLD ENGLISH 

Chorale fantasia on an old English 
tune When I survey the wondrous cross. 
By Hubert Parry, arr. for string 
orchestra by Gerald Finzi. 9 9oct50; 
EFO-4943. Gerald Finzi (A) ; 3Jul78; 
BE 3-775. 



CHORALIS CONSTANTIN0S, BOOK III. See 
Heinrich Isaac's Choralis Cons- 
tantinus, book III. (BE 2-887.) 



CHORDS AND MELODIES. 

Chords and melodies; for the advanced 
pianist; first level. By Ed McGinley. 
(Ed McGinley pianoranging series) 
9 7Jun50; AA153587. Shawnee Press, 
Inc. (PBB) ; 22May78; RE 3-271. 



CHORDS AND MELODIES. 

Chords and melodies; for the beginning 
pianist; first level. By Ed McGinley. 
(Ed McGinley pianoranging series) NM: 
rearrangement of sequence of content 6 
some revision. © 4May50; AA151104. 
Shawnee Press, Inc. (PBH) ; 22May78; 
RE 3-272. 



CHRIST AND THE CHILDREN. 

Christ and the children; arranged for 
youth choir, unison or S.A. by Clarence 
Dickinson. Add. ti. : Song of the 
children at the manger at Bethlehem. 
9 22Sep50; EP49471. The Bank of New 
York (E) ; 17Mar78; BE 1-776. 



CHRIST AND THE FISHERMEN. 

Christ and the fishermen. By Georges 
Bouault, author of renewable matter: 
Robert Freund. 9 6Oct50; H1792. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Mar78; RE 1-228. 



22 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



CHRIST IS CODING. 

Christ is cooing. Words 6 music: 
Robert Patterson. 25Aug50; E0213377. 
Robert Patterson (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-990. 



CHRIST OUR PILOT. 

Christ our pilot. By garner Sallman. 
O 10Nov50; K26867. Kriebel £ Bates, 
Inc. (formerly Anthony W. Kriebel e Fred 
M. Bates d.b.a. Kriebel and Bates) 
(PWH) ; 26Apr78; RE 2-652. 



THE CHRISTIAN HOME, NOV. 
Rebound. (RE 3-406.) 



1950. See 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 20, Dec. 18, 1950. 18Dec50; 
B2782 83. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 54. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 21, Dec. 19, 1950. 6 19Dec50; 
B2782 84. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 55. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 22, Dec. 20, 1950. 6 20Dec50; 
B2782 85. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PBH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 56. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 2i», Dec. 22, 1950. © 22Dec50; 
B2782 86. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 57. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

Ths Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 23, Dec. 21, 1950. 9 21Dec50; 
B278718. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 58. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 26, Dec. 26, 1950. © 26Dec50; 
B278719. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 59. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
i»3, no. 27, Dec. 27, 1950. © 27Dec50; 
B279134. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 60. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 28, Dec. 28, 1950. © 28Dec50; 
B279135. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 61. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 29, Dec. 29, 1950. © 29Dec50; 
B279136. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 62. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 30, Dec. 30, 1950. © 30Dec50; 
B279137. The Christian Science 



Publishing Society (PWH); 23Jan78; 
RE 63. 



THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. 

The Christian Science monitor. Vol. 
43, no. 25, Dec. 23, 1950. C 23Dec50; 
B281409. The Christian Science 
Publishing Society (PWH); 23Jan78; 
BE 64. 



THE CHRISTIANITY OF MAIN STREET. 

The Christianity of Main Street. By 
Theodore 0. Wedel. © 240ct50; A48947. 
Cynthia C. Wedel (W) ; 9Jun78; RE 3-749. 



THE CHRISTMAS BABY. 

The Christmas baby. By Brisley. 
6 15Sep50; H1704. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 18May78; 
BE 3-082. 



CHBISTMAS BL0ES. See 

Far away — Christmas blues. (RE 1-703.) 



CHRISTMAS CANDY. 

Christmas candy. Words and music: Foy 
Willing, Jack Kenney 6 Jimmy Wakely. 
6 8Nov50; EP50508. Foy Willing, Jack 
Kenney S Jimmy Wakely (A); 17Apr78; 
BE 2-293. 



A CHRISTMAS CAROL. See 

Charles Dickens* A Christmas carol. 
(RE 3-056.) 



A CHRISTMAS CAROL PAGEANT. 

A Christmas carol pageant. For voices 
and piano. Arr. Angela Diller 6 Kate 
Stearns Page.. NM: foreword, stage 
directions, ill., interludes and musical 
arr. © 17Aug50; EP48804. Barbara 
Diller (E) ; 12May78; BE 4-241. 



CHBISTMAS CAROLS. See 

Four Christmas carols. (RE 939.) 



A CHRISTMAS CRADLE HYMN. 

A Christmas cradle hymn. For S A T B 
6 organ. Music: Eric Thiman. 
© 21JU150; EFO-4379. Madeline Thiman 
(W) ; 3Jul78; HE 3-767. 



CHBISTMAS HYMNS AND CAROLS. 

Christmas hymns and carols. For 
unison, t«o equal or four mixed voices. 
Arranger and compiler: Pius X School of 
Liturgical Music. NM: arr. 6 
harmonization. © 26Oct50; EP51874. A. 
P. Schmidt Company (PWH); 10Mar78; 
BE 941. 



THE CHRISTMAS I REMEMBER. 

The Christmas I remember. Music by 
Adrian Foley, words by Phil Park. 
© 6Nov50; EFO-5581. Adrian Foley £ 
Phil Park (A); 13Mar78; BE 1-278. 



CHRISTMAS IN TYROL. See 

Contributions by Ludwig Bemelmans. 
(BE 3-395.) 



CHRISTMAS PLAYS FOB YOUNG ACTORS. 

Christmas plays for young actors. By 
A- S. Burack. © 20Jul50; A45705. 
Plays, Inc. (PCW) ; 12Apr78; BE 2-518. 



THE CHBISTMAS HIDE OF ELMO THE ELF. 

The Christmas ride of Elmo the Elf. 
By Thomas Pierce Johnson, Jr. 6 Haryn 
Dash Johnson. © 31Jan50; AA140848. 



Thomas Pierce Johnson, Jr. 6 Maryn Dash 
Johnson (A) ; 14Mar78; BE 1-367. 



CHBISTMAS SCENE, DUBLIN. 

Christmas scene, Dublin. By Helen 
Bevington. (In The New Yorker, Dec. 
1950) © 21Dec50; B278387. Helen 
Bevington (A); 31Mar78; RE 2-109. 



CHRISTMAS SHOPPING JINGLES 1-30. 

Christmas shopping jingles 1-30. w £ 
m John Seely, Ervin G. Henry 6 Kenneth 
F. Nelson. © 17Oct50; EU220247. John 
Seely, Ervin G. Henry £ Kenneth F. 
Nelson (A); 17Apr78; RE 2-321. 



CHBISTMAS SONGS. See 

Three Christmas songs. (BE 3-773.) 



CHRISTMAS TIDE. 

Christmas tide. Arranger, composer £ 
author of new material: George Shackley. 
NM: new music to Ring the Christmas 
bells, new piano arr. for Away in the 
manger, new words £ music for Go tell it 
on the mountains. © 40ct50; EP49682. 
Shawnee Press, Inc. (PWH) ; 22May78; 
RE 3-273. 



CHRISTMAS WITHOUT JOHNNY. 

Christmas without Johnny. By Gladys 
Hasty Carroll. © 240ct50; A48948. 
Gladys Hasty Carroll (A); 8May78; 
RE 2-878. 



THE CHRISTOPHER STRAW STORY. 

The Christopher Straw story. By Agnes 
Schneider Kordsmeier d.b.a. Christopher 
Novelties. © 20Dec50; AA 171614. Agnes 
Schneider Kordsmeier d.b.a. Christopher 
Novelties (A) ; 6Feb78; RE 362. 



CHUCK GUBNEE'S DOWNFALL. 

Chuck Gurnee's downfall. By 
Trendle-Beattie. (The Lone Banger, no. 
2669-1894) © 20Mar50; DU23875. Lone 
Ranger Television, Inc. (PWH) ; 16Jun78; 
RE 3-526. 



CHUP&NDO CANA. 

Chupando cana. Words £ music: Eduardo 
Saborit. © 28Dec50; EFO-7282. Peer 
International Corporation (PWH) ; 
16Mar78; BE 1-802. 



A CHUBCH IN AFRICA. 

A Church in Africa. By Ayer. 
© 30Dec50; K26958. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PWH); 18May78; 
BE 3-078. 



THE CHUBCH IN CHRISTIAN FAITH AND LIFE. 

The Church in Christian faith and 
life; leader's guide. By Board of 
Christian Education of the Presbyterian 
Church in the U. S. A., employer for 
hire. © 26Apr50; AA150358. The 
Westminster Press (PWH) ; 27Feb78; 
BE 822. 



CHURCHILL AND CBIPPS. 

Churchill and Cripps. By Winston 
Spencac Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 157) © 10Nov50; AA166675. 
Sara Audley £ Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
BE 3-511. 



CHURCHILL MEMOIBS. 

Churchill memoirs. Episodes 161 
through 170. By Winston Spencer 
Churchill. © 15Nov50; AA166873. Sara 
Audley £ Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
RE 3-514. 



1978 



COBRENT REGISTRATIONS 



23 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 129. See 
Australian anxieties. (BE 3-486.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 130. See 
Singapore. (BE 3-484.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 131. See 
Debate in the Conmons. (RE 3-488.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 132. See 
Lord Beaverbrook resigns. (RE 3-495.) 



CHORCHILL HE80IBS, EPISODE 133. See 
The Fall of Singapore. (BE 3-487.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIBS, EPISODE 134. See 
The 0-boat war. (RE 3-485.) 



CHORCHILL HEHOIBS, EPISODE 153. See 
In the Kremlin. (RE 3-506.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 154. See 
Meeting with Stalin. (BE 3-507.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 155. See 
In Stalin's apartment. (RE 3-505.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 156. See 
A Visit to "flonty. " (RE 3-512.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 157. See 
Churchill and Cripps. (RE 3-511.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 158. See 
The Turning of the hinge. (RE 3-515.) 



CINDERELLA. 

Cinderella; a pantonine. By K. o. 
Samuel. © 28Aug50; DP417. Peter 
Seymour (E) ; 23Jan78; BE 203. 



CIRCLES IN THE SEA. See 
Suadal Canal. (RE 3-262.) 



CITA A LAS SEIS. 

Cita a las seis. Words 6 music: 
Adolfo Salas (Adolfo Dominguez Salas) 
29Dec50; EFO-6051. Adolfo Dominguez 
Salas (A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-503. 



CLAN MCGOIRE. 

Clan McGuire. By Ila Cornelius 
Mangold. © 13Mar50; A41837. Ila 
Cornelius Mangold (A); 21Apr78; 
BE 2-454. 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 135. See 
Australia's refusal. (BE 3-491.) 
The Fall of the Dutch East Indies. 
(RE 3-490.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 137. See 
Alexander and Burma. (RE 3-489.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 138. See 
Roosevelt and India. (RE 3-508.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 139. See 
Gandhian non-cooperation. (RE 3-492.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 140. See 
Convoys to Russia. (RE 3-500.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 141. See 
Doenitz replaces Haeder. (RE 3-501.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 142. See 
The War in the Aether. (RE 3-496.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 143. See 
Auchinleck. (RE 3-499.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 144. See 
Difficulties of invasion. (BE 3-497.) 



CHOBCHILL MEMOIBS, EPISODE 145. See 
No promise for a "second front." 
(RE 3-498.) 



CHOBCHILL MEMOIBS, EPISODE 159. See 
Darlan. (BE 3-516.) 



CHOBCHILL MEMOIBS, EPISODE 160. See 
Tunisian fighting. (RE 3-513.) 



THE CHOHCH'S ONE FO0NDATION. 

The Church's one foundation. Music 
arr. Ellen Jane Lorenz. (In The Choir 
leader, July 1950) NH: music arr. 
© 26Bay50; B249250. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH); 24May78; RE 3-242. 



CH'VEL KIHEN TZ0 DIR. 

Ch'vel kimen tzu dir. Music by 
Alexander Olshanetsky. 9 11Oct50; 
E0217939. Anita Olshanetsky Hillens 
(C) ; 17Feb78; RE 758. 



CIBA CLINICAL SYMPOSIA. 

Ciba clinical symposia. Vol. 2, no. 
6, July-Aug. 1950. © 25Aug50; B259933. 
Ciba-Geigy Corporation (PCW) ; 28Apr78; 
RE 2-613. 



CIBA CLINICAL SYMPOSIA. 

Ciba clinical symposia. Vol. 2, no. 
7, Sept. 1950. © 20Sep50; B264261. 
Ciba-Geigy Corporation (PCW) ; 28Apr78; 
BE 2-614. 



CIBA CLINICAL SYMPOSIA. 

Ciba clinical symposia. Vol. 2, no. 
8, Oct. 1950. © 17Oct50; B268154. 
Ciba-Geigy Corporation (PCW); 28Apr78; 
BE 2-616. 



CLASSICS ILLOSTfiATED, NO. 66. See 

The Cloister 6 the hearth. (BE 836.) 



CLASSICS ILL0STRATED, NO. 67. See 
The Scottish chiefs. (RE 2-144.) 



CLASSICS ILLOSTfiATED, NO. 68. See 
Julius Caesar. (BE 1-560.) 



CLASSICS ILLOSTfiATED, NO. 69. See 
Around the world in 80 days. 
(BE 1-561.) 



CLASSICS ILLOSTfiATED, NO. 70. See 
The Pilot. (BE 1-562.) 



CLASSICS ILLOSTfiATED, NO. 73. See 
The Black tulip. (RE 3-908.) 



CLEANED OP OWNERSHIP BASE MAP WITH 

Cleaned up ownership base map with 
well data, from lat. S. 32 degrees to N. 
33 degrees, from long. H. 92 degrees to 
R. 92 degrees 30 minutes. By Edgar 
Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole 
owner. Scale 1" = 4 000'. © 27Dec50; 
F8576. Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PHH) ; 
9Jan78; BE 242. 



CLINICAL SYMPOSIA. 

Clinical symposia. Vol. 2, no. 5, 
May-June 1950. © 23Jun50; B251346. 
Ciba-Geigy Corporation (PCW) ; 28Apr78; 
BE 2-611. 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 146. See 
Tobruk disappointed. (RE 3-493.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 147. See 
Tobruk loss tempered. (RE 3-494.) 



CIBA CLINICAL SYMPOSIA. 

Ciba clinical symposia. Vol. 2, no. 
9, Nov. 1950. © 8Nov50; B271904. 
Ciba-Geigy Corporation (PCW); 28Apr78; 
RE 2-617. 



CLIP, CLIP, CLIP. 

Clip, clip, clip. Words: Kay G. 
Carter (Kay Marion Beach), music: J. 
Charles McNeil. © 30Jan50; E0208462. 
Kay Marion Beach (Kay G. Carter) (A) ; 
14Jun78; BE 3-461. 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 148. See 
Return from Washington. (RE 3-502.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 149. See 
El Alamein. (RE 3-509.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 150. See 
Germany and Japan. (RE 3-503.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 151. See 
The Command in the Middle East. 
(RE 3-504.) 



CHORCHILL MEMOIRS, EPISODE 152. See 
Change in command. (RE 3-510.) 



CIBA CLINICAL SYMPOSIA. 

Ciba clinical symposia. Vol. 2, no. 
10, Dec. 1950. © 4Dec50; B277262. 
Ciba-Geigy Corporation (PCW) ; 28Apr78; 
RE 2-618. 



CIBA SYMPOSIA. 

Ciba symposia. Vol. 11, no. 5, summer 
1950. © 25JU150; B255725. Ciba-Geigy 
Corporation (PCW) ; 28Apr78; RE 2-612. 



CIBA SYMPOSIA. 

Ciba symposia. Vol. 11, no. 6, fall 
1950. © 18Sep50; B264901. Ciba-Geigy 
Corporation (PCW); 28Apr78; BE 2-615. 



CLOAK OF LA0GHTEB. 

Cloak of laughter. By May Mellinger 

(May Mellinger Nielsen) Condensed 

version appeared in Mar. 1950 issue of 
Bedbook. © 4Apr50; A45126. Hay 

Mellinger (Nielsen) (A) ; 27Feb78; 
fiE 826. 



THE CLOISTEB 6 THE HEABTH. 

The Cloister 6 the hearth. By C. 
Beade, adapted by Albert L. Kanter. 
(Classics illustrated, no. 66) NH: 
adaptation. © 3Jan50; AA139134. Twin 
Circle Publishing Company, division of 
Frawley Enterprises (PWH); 27Feb78; 
BE 836. 



21 



BENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



CLOMP, CLICK, CLICK. 

Clomp, click, click. Words 6 music: 

William S. Nash. O 27Dec50; EP51786. 

William S. Nash (A) ; 20Har78; BE 1-015. 



CLOSEB TO THEE. 

Closer to Thee. Music 6 words: 
Elizabeth T. VanWoert. (In The 
Volunteer choir. Hay 1950) 27«ar50; 
B241550. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-917. 



CLOSING PBAYEfi. 

Closing prayer. Music 6 words: 
Stewart Landon, pseud, of Roger C. 
Wilson 6 Hilda V. Benton, pseud, of 
Herman VonBerge. (In The Volunteer 
choir. May 1950) 27Mar50; B241550. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
27Mar78; BE 1-921. 



CLO0DLAND REVISITED. See 

Why, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (BE 3-574.) 



COALMINEB POLKA. 

Coalminer polka. English lyrics by 
Albert Gamse, m Frank Wojnarowski. Add. 
ti. : Kolo mego ogrodeczka. 8 25Apr50; 
EP45579. Dana Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
24Mar78; BE 3-149. 



COBINA. 

Cobina. Words and music: Warren 
Dussaye. 6 28Dec50; EP51714. Barren 
Dussaye (A); 6Mar78; BE 784. 



LA COLLIN A. 

La Collina; madrigale scenico 
dall 'antologia di "Spoon Biver" di Edgar 
Lee Masters. Per soli, coro e piccola 
orchestra. Von Mario Peragallo, 
Deutsche Oebertragung von Ernst 
Hartmann. Add. ti.: Der Huegel. 
Klavierauszug. NM: music 6 German 
translation. 14Jun50; DPO-57. Mario 
Peragallo (A) 6 Elisabeth Strachwitz (E 
of Ernst Hartmann); 13Feb78; RE 611. 



COLO MB E. 

Colombe; comedie en 4 actes. By Jean 

Anouilh. S 21Dec50; D026326. Jean 

Anouilh (A) ; 22May78; BE 2-869. 



COMANCHE SAID. 

Comanche raid. By Trendle-Beattie. 
(The Lone Banger, no. 2657-1882) 
6 13Jan50; D023141. Lone Ranger 
Television, Inc. (PWH) ; 16Jun78; 
RE 3-522. 



COMANCHE ROSE. 

Comanche Bose. For voice S piano, 
with chord symbols. w & m Jack Pleis, 
Cliff Ferre 6 Al Jacobs. 8 9Jun50; 
EP47384. Jack Pleis (A); 20Jun78; 
RE 3-828. 



THE COMB AND PAPER POLKA. 

The Comb and paper polka. Words and 
music: Hugo Hollander, pseud. 6 Michael 
Feahy, pseud. 8 10May50; EFO-3108. 
Michael Feahy & Hugo Hollander (A) ; 
8Jun78; BE 3-702. 



Arthur K. Parker, Jr. (A); 6Har78; 
RE 981. 



COMEDY SPECIAL, NO. 6. See 
Photo phonies. (RE 2-095.) 



THE COMMAND IN THE MIDDLE EAST. 

The Command in the Middle East. By 
Winston Spencer Churchill. (Churchill 
memoirs, episode 151) 3Nov50; 
AA165696. Sara Audley 6 Lady Soames 
(C) ; 21Jun78; BE 3-504. 



COMMONWEAL. 

Commonweal. Vol. 51, no. 21, Mar. 3, 
1950. 8 28Feb50; B235617. Commonweal 
Publishing Company, Inc. (PCi) ; 8May78; 
BE 2-745. 



COMMONWEAL. 

Commonweal. Vol. 51, no. 22, Mar. 10, 
1950. © 7Mar50; B236120. Commonweal 
Publishing Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 8May78; 
RE 2-746. 



COMMONWEAL. 

Commonweal. Vol. 51, no. 23, Mar. 17, 
1950. 8 14Mar50; B236976. Commonweal 
Publishing Company, Inc. (PCW); 8May78; 
RE 2-7 47. 



COMMONWEAL. 

Commonweal. Vol. 51, no. 24, Mar. 24, 
1950. © 21Mar50; B237904. Commonweal 
Publishing Company, Inc. (PCW); 8May78; 
RE 2-748. 



COCK- A- DOODLE- DOG. 

Cock-a-doodle-dog. By Loew's, Inc. 
© 24Dec50; LP561. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 
Inc. (PWH); 20Jan78; RE 112. 



COCKTAILS AT BLINDHAN'S LAKE. See 
Rather cool for mayhem. (RE 221.) 



COCOLO'S HOME. 

Cocolo's home. By Bettina Ehrlich. 
© 15NOV50; A49729. Bettina Ehrlich 
(A) ; 10Apr78; BE 2-222. 



COMBUSTION ENGINES MANOAL. 

Combustion engines manual. By Paul W. 
Gill & Eugene J. Ziurys. Rev. ed. NM: 
miscellaneous changes. © 30Sep50; 
AA48680. Betty Anne Gill (B) & Eugene 
J. Ziurys (A) ; 8Jun78; BE 3-835. 



COME A LITTLE CLOSEB, HONEY. 

Come a little closer, honey. w 6 m 
Arthur Kapevaokeao Parker, Jr., arr. 
Jean Waltz. © 8May50; E0203169. 
Arthur Kapewaokeao Parker, Jr. (A) ; 
18Apr78; RE 2-367. 



COMMONWEAL. 

Commonweal. Vol. 51, no. 25, Mar. 31, 
1950. © 28Mar50; B239073. Commonweal 
Publishing Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 8May78; 
RE 2-749. 



COMMONWEAL. 

Commonweal. Vol. 51, no. 26, Apr. 7, 
1950. © 4Apr50; B240041. Commonweal 
Publishing Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 8May78; 
RE 2-750. 



CODICIL FOR PRIVATE JOHN HOGG'S WILL. 

Codicil for Private John Hogg's will. 
By Winfield Townley Scott. (In The 
Virginia quarterly review, winter 1951) 
9 14Dec50; B277391. Lindsay B. Scott 
(C) ; 9Jun78; RE 3-754. 



THE COLLECTED PAPERS OF ADOLF MEYEB. 

The Collected papers of Adolf Meyer. 
Vol. 1: Neurology. By Eunice E. 
Winters. © 28Dec50; A51127. Eunice E. 
Winters (A); 10Feb78; RE 571. 



THE COLLECTION. See 

The Brading collection. (RE 1-171.) 



THE COLLECTOB. 

The Collector. By Joseph B. Kahili, 
author of renewable matter: Anton 
Schutz. © 3Feb50; H1525. New York 
Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 7Mar78; 
RE 1-213. 



COLLEGE HEALTH KNOWLEDGE TEST. 

College health knowledge test. By 
Terry H. Dearborn. © 29Dec50; 
AA173 862. Terry H. Dearborn, Jr. (C) ; 
27Mar78; RE 2-006. 



COLLIER'S, JUNE 3, 1950. See 
Poison. (BE 1-235.) 



COME INTO MY HEART. 

Come into my heart. By Peggy Gaddis. 
© 60ct50; A48737. Peggy Gaddis (A) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-275. 



COME TO THE STABLE WITH JESOS. 

Come to the stable with Jesus. For 
voice 6 piano or organ. w Daniel S. 
Twohig, m Geoffrey O'Hara. © 19Sep50; 
EP49724. Margaret A. Twohig 6 Edward J. 
Twohig (C) ; 6Jun78; RE 3-546. 



COME TO THE STABLE WITH JESOS. 

Come to the stable with Jesus. For 
voice and piano or organ. Music: 
Geoffrey O'Hara, words: Daniel S. 
Twohig. © 19Sep50; EP49724. Constance 
O'Hara (W) 6 Edward J. Twohig (C) ; 
12May78; BE 4-245. 



COME ONTO ME. 

Come unto Me. Music arr. Ira B. 
Wilson. (In The Volunteer choir, July 

1950) NM: music arr. © 31Bay50; 
B249249. Lorenz Publishing Company 

(PWH); 24May78; RE 3-240. 



COME WITH ME. 

Come with me. w 6 m Arthur 
Kapewaokeas Parker, Jr. NM: words & 
changed music. © 24Apr50; E0201609. 



COMMONWEAL. 

Commonweal. Vol. 52, no. 1, Apr. 14, 
1950. 8 11Apr50; B240780. Commonweal 
Publishing Company, Inc. (PCW) ; 8May78; 
RE 2-751. 



COMMONWEAL, MAR. 31, 1950. See 
Self denial and the Christians. 
(RE 2-443.) 



LES COMPAGNONS DE LA FORTONE. 

Les Coapagnons de la fortune. Par 
Rene Guillot. © 11Nov50; AFO-3385. 
Madame Bene Guillot, nee Gisele Marie 
Lucette Heurand (W) ; 22May78; RE 2-855. 



THE COMPLETE BOOK OF BOILT-INS. 

The Complete book of built-ins. By 
William James Hennessey, technical* 
drawings by Sigman-Ward, design sketches 
by William James Hennessey. @ 40c t 50; 
A48340. Liza Kevin Hennessey & Brian D. 
Hennessey (C) ; 28Apr78; RE 2-624. 



THE COMPLETE BOOK OF F0RNIT0RE 

The Complete book of furniture repair 
and refinishing. By Ralph Parsons 
Kinney. 8 14Aug50; A46509. Jean 
Kinney Laundon (W) ; 9Jun78; BE 3-791. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



25 



COMPOSITION NUMBEB 1. 

Composition nunber 1; musical 
composition. ■ Daniel W. Herman, Jr. 
10JU150; E0208991. Daniel W. 
Herrman, Jr. (A) ; 26Jan78; RE 323. 



COHPOSITION NUMBEB 2. 

Composition nunber 2; musical 
composition. u Daniel H. Herman, Jr. 
10Jul50; E0208992- Daniel W. 
Herrman, Jr. (A); 26Jan78; RE 307. 



COMPOSITION NOHBER 3. 

Composition number 3; musical 
composition. m Daniel w. Herrman, Jr. 
10JU150; ED208993. Daniel W. 
Herrman, Jr. (A); 26Jan78; RE 306. 



CON BNA MENTIBA. 

Con una mentira. Words G music: 
Enrigue S. Discepolo, music: Lalo 
Scalise. 27Dec50 ; EFO-6512. 
Editorial Argentina de Husica 
Internacional (PHH of Lalo Scalise) 
20Har78; RE 1-719. 



CON UNA MENTIRA. 

Con una mentira. Words G music: 
Enrigue Santos Discepolo, music: Lalo 
Scalise. 27Dec50; EFO-6512. Ana 
Luciano Divis (H of Enrigue Santos 
Discepolo); 20Mar78; BE 1-720. 



CONCEBT-STUDIES AFTER CAPRICES BY 
PAGANINI. See 
Studies after caprices by Paganini. 
(RE 3-117.) 



CONCEBTINO FOR STRING ORCHESTRA. 

Concertino for string orchestra. 
Music: Bruce Montgomery. © 1Aug50; 
EFO-4382. Bruce Montgomery (A); 3Jul78; 
BE 3-770. 



CONCERTO. 

Concerto. Pour 7 instruments a vent, 
timbales, batterie et orchestre a 
cordes. a Frank Martin. Partition. 
6 30Sep50; EFO-5171. Maria Martin (W) ; 
13Feb78; RE 618. 



CONCERTO FOB OBOE AND STRING OBCHESTBA. 

Concerto for oboe and string 
orchestra. m Alan Bawsthorne. 
6 11Say50; EFO-3212. Isabel Bausthorne 
(H) ; 21Apr78; BE 2-352. 



CONCERTO FOB VIOLIN AND OBCHESTRA. 

Concerto for violin and orchestra. 
Music: E. J. Hoeran. Full score. 
© 26A»g50; EFO-4946. Warren 6 Webb 
(E) ; 3JU178; RE 3-776. 



CONCERTO FOR VIOLONCELLO AND OBCHESTBA. 

Concerto for violoncello and 
orchestra. For violoncello S piano. ■ 
Samuel Barber. 1Nov50; EP50517. 
Samuel Barber (A) ; 11May78; RE 2-829. 



CONCERTO IN G MAJOR. 

Concerto in G major. K. 453. By 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, editing for two 
pianos: Isidor Philipp. NM: editing. 
B 10Mar50; EP45974. G. Schirmer, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 12May78; RE 3-122. 



CONCERTO IN THE FORM OF VARIATIONS. 

Concerto in the form of variations. 
For 2 pianos 6 string orchestra. Music 
by Vladimir Padwa. Add. ti. : Variations 
concertantes. © 30Jan50; E0192208. 
Vladimir Padwa (A); 22May78; BE 2-655. 



CONCERTO SYMPHONIQOE. 

Concerto symphonigue. For piano 6 
orchestra. m Ernest Bloch. Full score. 
C 2Dec50; EF16186. Ivan Bloch, Suzanne 
Bloch Smith 6 Lucienne Bloch Dimitroff 
(C) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-271. 



CONCISE FRENCH GBAMMAB. See 

Elements of French. (RE 1-434.) 



A CONCORDANCE TO THE BOOK OF MORMON. 

A Concordance to the Book of Mormon. 
By Arthur E. Starks. © 1Apr50; A43163. 
Arthur E. Starks (A) ; 30May78; RE 2-775. 



CONCOBDIA CHORCH CHOIR SERIES, CH-72. 
See 
Like as the hart. (RE 315.) 



CONCOBDIA TBEBLE SERIES, NO. 31. See 
Oh, that I had a thousand voices. 
(BE 311*.) 



CONDEMNATION. 

Condemnation. Author and composer: 

Stuart Hamblen. © 16Jan50; E0190316. 

Stuart Hamblen (A) ; 6Mar78; BE 1-154. 



CONFEDERATE MUSIC. 

Confederate music. By Bichard 
Barksdale Harwell. © 8Apr50; A44392. 
Bichard Barksdale Harwell (A) ; 21Feb78; 
BE 631. 



CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OPI0M EATEB. 

Confessions of an English opium eater. 
By Thomas DeQuincy, introd.: William 
Bolitho, illustrator, Zhenya Gay. NM: 
ill. 6 introd. © 26Jun50; A46688. The 
Heritage Press (PWH) ; 19Jun78; BE 3-805. 



CONF0SION — BY C0PID. 

Confusion — by Cupid. By Janet 
Lambert. © 20Mar50; A41996. Kent C. 
Lambert (Wr) ; 16Har78; BE 1-782. 



CONNECTICOT DEATH TAIES. 

Connecticut death taxes. By P. Corbin 
Kohn 6 William S. Locke. (Connecticut 
probate practice, v. 3) © 27Mar50; 
A43002. The Lawyers Co-operative 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 10flar78; 
BE 1-166. 



CONNECTICOT PBOBATE PBACTICE, V. 3. See 
Connecticut death taxes. (BE 1-166.) 



THE CONSCIENCE OF A LIBEBAL. 

The Conscience of a liberal. By 
Chester Bowles. (In The New lork times. 
May 28, 1950) © 28May50; B247591. 
Chester Bowles (A); 1May78; BE 2-687. 



THE CONSEBVATOBY. 
Konservatoriet. 



See 

(BE 1-845.) 



CONSOLATION. See 

Mortuary reverie. (BE 3-912.) 



THE CONS0L. 

The Consul; musical drama in three 
acts, w G m Gian Carlo Menotti, piano 
reduction by G. Schirmer, Inc., employer 
for hire of Thomas Schippers. Vocal 
score. © 11Sep50; DP278. Gian Carlo 
Menotti (A) 6 G. Schirmer, Inc. (PWH); 
11May78; BE 2-816. 



THE CONSUL. See 

The Empty-handed traveler. (BE 2-823.) 



Lullaby. (BE 2-819.) 

To this we've come. (BE 2-820.) 



CONTACT. 

Contact; piano solo. Music by Williao 
J. Gollan. © 27Dec50; EP54400. 
William J. Gollan (A); 31Mar78; 
BE 1-328. 



THE CONTEMPLATION OF SUICIDE: THE 

The Contemplation of suicide: the 
temptation of Timothy. By Gwendolyn 
Brooks Blakely. (In Voices, winter 
1950) © 20Jan50; B229133. Gwendolyn 
Brooks Blakely (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 2-224. 



CONTESTAME. 

Contestame. Words G music: Alfredo 
Nunez DeBorbon. © 28Dec50; EFO-7284. 
Alfredo Nunez DeBorbon (A) ; 13Har78; 
BE 1-511. 



CONTINUITIES IN SOCIAL BESEABCH: 

Continuities in social research: 
studies in the scope and method of "The 
American soldier." By Eobert King 
Merton G Paul Felix Lazarsfeld. 
© 18Dec50; A57896. Bobert King Merton 
(A) ; 9Jun78; BE 3-7 50. 



CONTRAPP0NTO GIOCONDO. 

Contrappunto giocondo. For two 
violins and viola. Music by Hugo 
Norden. © 29Dec50; EP52060. Hugo 
Norden (A); 10Mar78; RE 928. 



CONTRIBUTIONS BY DAMON KNIGHT. 

[Contributions by Damon Knight] 
© Damon Knight (A) ; BEG 6Jun78; 
BE 3-643. 

Not with a bang. (In The Magazine of 
fantasy and science fiction, 
winter-spring 1950) PUB 6Jan50; 
B227094. 
To serve man. (In Galaxy science 
fiction, Nov. 1950) PUB 80ct50; 
B270768. 



CONTBIBOTIONS BY EDWIN JAMES, PSEUD. ... 

[Contributions by Edwin James, pseud, 
of James E. Gunn] © James E. Gunn (A); 
BEG 20Mar78; BE 3-813. 

The Han with common sense. (In 
Amazing stories, July 1950) PUB 
9May50; B246003. 
Private enterprise. (In Astounding 
science fiction) PUB 21Jun50; 
B253193. 



CONTBIBOTIONS BY HABBY WHITTINGTON. 

[Contributions by Harry Whittington. ] 
(In Mammoth western) © Harry 
Whittington (A) ; BEG 22Jun78; BE 3-864. 
Issue 
Jul50. Find this man, with bullets. 

PUB 16May50; B252116. 
AugSO. Dark duel. PUB 16Jun50; 
B250840. 



CONTBIBOTIONS BY LODWIG BEMELMANS. 

[Contributions by Ludwig Bemelmans] 
(In Holiday) © Madeleine Bemelmans (W) 
G Barbara Bemelmans Marciano (C) ; BEG 
30May78; BE 3-395. 

Issue 

Oct. 1950. Boad to Salerno. PUB 
20Sep50; B264667. 

Dec. 1950. Christmas in Tyrol. P0B 
15NOV50; B273337. 



CONTBIBOTIONS BY WINSTON S. CHURCHILL. 

[Contributions by Winston S. 
Churchill] © Lady Sara Audley 6 Lady 
Soames (C) ; BEG 21Jun78; BE 3-482. 

The Second World War. Vol. 4, book 1. 



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10oct50. 

1lOct50. 

12Oct50. 

130ct50. 

140ct50. 

.16 Oct 50. 

170ct50. 

18Oct50. 

19Oct50. 

20Oct50. 

210ct50. 

230ct50. 

24Oct50. 

250ct50. 

26Oct50. 

270ct50. 

28Oct50. 

30Oct50. 

31Oct50. 

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6Nov50. 

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E0224072- 
BE 1-995. 



Raymond Rowell (A); 10Apr78; 



PUB 
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POB 
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POB 10Oct50; 

POB 110ct50; 
12Oct50; 
130ct50; 
14Oct50; 
16Oct50; 
17Oct50; 
18Oct50; 

POB 19Oct50; 
POB 20Oct50 
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POB 1Nov50; 

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POB 7NOT50; 

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POB 9NOV50; 
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fate. (The 

S. Churchill 



B5-15296. 
B5-15297. 
B5-15368. 
B5-15367. 
B5- 15663. 
B5-15662. 
B5- 15659. 
B5-15500. 
B5-15501. 
B5-15502. 
B5-15499. 
B5-15550. 
B5-15546. 
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B5-15544. 
B5-15545. 
B5-15548. 
B5-15660. 
; B5-15661. 
B5-15658. 
B5-15735. 
B5-15741. 
B5-15740. 
B5-15758. 
B5- 15757. 
B5-1577 5. 
B5- 15776. 
B5-15774. 
B5-15 839. 
B5-15812. 
War memoirs 
, v. 4) (In 



230ct50. POB 20Oct50; B5-15381. 
300ct50. POB 270ct50; B5-15506. 
6NOV50. POB 3Nov50; B5-15733. 
13Nov50. POB 10Nov50; B5-15761. 



CONTRIBOTIONS TO FOOBIER ANALYSIS. 

Contributions to Fourier analysis. By 
Salomon Bochner, Antoni Zygmund, Albert 
P. Calderon et al. (Annals of 
mathematics studies, no. 25) © 28Aug50; 
A48139. Salomon Bochner (A); 3Feb78; 
BE 442. 



CONTBOLLED BEGIONAL BASE MAP. 

Controlled regional base map. No. 
0-6. © UanSO; F7248. Buldrow Aerial 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 13Feb?8; BE 486. 



CONTROLLED BEGIONAL BASE BAP. 

Controlled regional base map. No. 
0-7. © 1Jan50; F7249. Buldrow Aerial 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 13Feb78; BE 487. 



CONTROLLED BEGIONAL BASE BAP. 

Controlled regional base map. No. 
0-8. © 1Jan50; F8599. Buldrow Aerial 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 13Feb78; BE 488. 



CONVOIS VEBS L'O. B. S. S. 

Convois vers I'D. B. S. S. By Georges 
Blond. © 15Oct50; AFO-3386. Georges 
Blond (A); 22Bay78; BE 2-856. 



CONVOYS TO BOSSIA. 

Convoys to Bussia. By Winston Spencer 
Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, episode 
140) 6 23Oct50; AA165313. Lady Sara 
Audley 6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
BE 3-500. 



COOL AND EASY. 

Cool and easy. Words and music: 
Johnny Otis 6 Floyd Hillis. © 17Har50; 
E0197473. Johnny Otis 6 Floyd Hillis 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-985. 



COOL BY THE RIVER BANKS. 

Cool by the river banks. Words 6 
music: Raymond Rowell. G 18Dec50; 



COPPELIA. 

Coppelia; czardas, Hungarian dance. 
Busic by Leo Delibes, arr. Leif 
Haraldsted. (In Ballet music, 2) NB: 
arr. O 15Dec50; EFO-7539. Leif 
Haraldsted (A); 13Bar78; BE 1-846. 



COPPEB BETABOLISB, A SYBPOSIOfl OH 

Copper metabolism, a symposium on 
animal, plant and soil relationships. 
By William David BcElroy 6 H. Bentley 
Glass. Add. ti.: Symposium on copper 
metabolism, Johns Hopkins Oniversity, 
1950. © 30Dec50; A51128. William D. 
BcElroy 6 H. Bentley Glass (A); 10Feb78; 
BE 572. 



COPPEBTOWN BO0ND-0P. 

Coppertown round-up. By Trendle 6 
Holt. (The Lone Banger, 2684-1909) 
© 4Apr50; D024080. Lone Banger 
Television, Inc. (PWH); 16Jun78; 
BE 4-077. 



ON COBAZON Q0E Q0IEBE. 

On Corazon gue guiere. Words 6 music: 
Puchi Balseiro. © 260ct50; EP50378. 
Puchi Balseiro (A) ; 13Bar78; BE 1-467. 



THE COBN KEEPS A-GROWIN*. 

The Corn keeps a-growin'. w Samuel 
Manuel Lerner, m Ben Oakland. © 8Bay50; 
E0203116. Samuel Banuel Lerner (A); 
8Bay78; RE 3-452. 



A CORNER OF THE WOELD. See 

The Love-making of Bax-Robert. 
(BE 2-704.) 



COBHEO AEBEO. 

Correo aereo. Busic: A. Vilas. 
© 29Dec50; EFO-8629. A. Vilas (A); 
16Bar78; BE 1-805. 



COBBIDA VELOZ. 

Corrida veloz. m Frederica DeFreitas. 
Add. ti.: Prestissimo; Course 
vertigineuse. (In Six morceaux) 
© 18Dec50; EFO-7532. Frederica 
DeFreitas (A) ; 13Bar78; BE 1-839. 



C0SBO SERIES. See 

E. N. Central Onited States. 

(BE 1-951.) 
Iran. (BE 1-955.) 
Ireland. (BE 1-954.) 
N. E. Onited States. 
N. W. Onited States. 
Newfoundland. (BE 1-956.) 
S. central Onited States. (BE 1-948.) 
S. E. Onited States. (RE 1-952.) 
S. W. Onited States. (BE 1-949.) 
Scotland. (BE 1-958.) 
W. N. Central Onited States. 
(RE 1-950.) 



(BE 1-946.) 
(BE 1-953.) 



COSBO SERIES, NO. 2. See 

Pacific islands. (BE 1-957.) 



COSBOPOLITAN, APE. 1950. See 

-Across the river and into the trees. 

(BE 4-099.) 

Tell ne about it tomorrow. (BE 1-234.) 



COSBOPOLITAN, J0LY 1950. See 
Bebound. (BE 3-406.) 



COSBOPOLITAN, J0NE 1950. See 

Across the river and into the trees. 
(BE 4-101.) 



COSBOPOLITAN, BAB. 1950. See 

Across the river and into the trees. 
(RE 4-098.) 



COSBOPOLITAN, MAY 1950. See 

Across the river and into the trees. 
(BE 4-097.) 



COST0BE THBO0GHO0T THE AGES. 

Costume throughout the ages. By Bary 
Evans. Bev. ed. NB: additions 6 
revisions. © 29Bay50; A45076. 
Bontclair National Bank 6 Trust Company 
(E) ; 7Bar78; BE 1-180. 



THE CO0NT OF BONTE CBISTO. 

The Count of Bonte Cristo; a play in 
three acts. By Constance Cox. From the 
novel by Alexander Dumas. © 12Sep50; 
DP419. Constance Cox (A); 23Jan78; 
BE 204. 



THE C00NTING OF THE GEESE. 

The Counting of the geese. No. 1376. 
By Grandma Boses (Anna Mary Bobertson 
Hoses) © 26Apr50; G016135. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c. t. a. ) ; 20Bar78; RE 1-636. 



CO0NTING THE VOTES. 

Counting the votes. By Philip 
Hamburger. (In The New Yorker, Nov. 
1950) © 16Nov50; B273356. Philip 
Hamburger (A) ; 21Apr78; BE 2-526. 



18, 



CO0NTBY FAIR. 

Country fair. No. 1417. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Bary Bobertson Boses) 
© 24Jul50; G016662. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; BE 3-725. 



CO0NTBY GENTLEBAN. 

Country gentleman. Vol. 101, no. 1, 
Jan. 1951. © 27Dec50; B279960. The 
Curtis Publishing Company (PCW) ; 
29Bar78; BE 1-860. 



CO0NTBY LAWN PABTY. 

Country lawn party. By E. Belvin 
Bolstad, author of renewable matter: 
Anton Schutz. © 5Jul50; H1654. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Mar78; RE 1-220. 



CO0BSE VEBTIGINE0SE. See 
Corrida veloz. (BE 1-839.) 



A COWBOY CALLED CURLY. 

A Cowboy called Curly; a play in two 
acts. By Ken yon Nicholson. © 4Dec50; 
D026192. Kenyon Nicholson (A); 21Feb78; 
BE 568. 



COWBOY CH0BCH. 

Cowboy church; script primarily for 
radio and/or pictures. Author and 
composer: Stuart Hamblen. © 10Apr50; 
D023931. Stuart Hamblen (A) ; 6Bar78; 
BE 490. 



COWBOY EDDIE. 

Cowboy Eddie. Text: Joyce Glasscock, 
illustrator: Dorothy Grider. © 20Jun50; 
£45 130. Joyce Glasscock (A) 6 Band 
BcNally 6 Company (PWH) ; 30May78; 
BE 2-792. 



1978 



CDBEENT REGISTRATIONS 



27 



COBTOWN POLKA. 

Cowtoun polka. w 6 m Harry Daniel 
Smith. 30Jan50; E019 1981. Harry D. 
Smith (A); 8(lar78; EE 1-210. 



CRACKER JACK POLKA. 

Cracker jack polka. m Baiter Obzut. 
23Hay50; E0204816. Dana Publishing 
Company (PWH); 12Hay78; BE 3-146. 



CEADLE SONG FOE THE SICK BOY. See 

Embalando o menino doente. (BE 1-838.) 



THE CRAiDAD SONG. 

The Craudad song. Arr. Joseph DeVaux. 

NH: arr. 6 26Dec50; EP51476. Joseph 

DeVaux (A); 21Jun78; BE 3-946. 



CRAZY HORSE, GREAT HABRIOE OF THE SIO0X. 

Crazy Horse, great warrior of the 
Sioux. By Doris Shannon Garst, 
illustrator: William floyers. 15Feb50; 
A41191. Doris Shannon Garst 6 William 
Hoyers (A) ; 20Jun78; BE 4-065. 



CRAZY LOVE BLOES. 

Crazy love blues. w 6 m Mickey 

Cooper. S 16Oct50; E02 18279. Hickey 

Cooper (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-992. 



THE CRAZY THINGS YO0 DO WHEN YOO'BE 

The Crazy things you do when you're in 
love. w Al Hoffman S Hose Sigler 
(Haurice Sigler), m (label Hayne. 
S 1Sep50; E0230257. Habel Hayne (A); 
23Hay78; RE 3-152. 



CBEAriVE BROADCASTING. 

Creative broadcasting. By H. J. 
Skornia, Bobert H. Lee 6 Fred A. Brewer. 
6 30Jun50; A45394. H. J. Skornia, 
Bobert H. Lee S Fred A. Brewer (A) ; 
7Jun78; BE 3-765. 



THE CBEPING OF PAPEB AND CREPED 

The Creping of paper and creped paper 
products; annotated bibliography. By 
Theron Tilford Collins, Jr. 6 Euth 
Harvey Collins. 21Feb50; A47478. 
Theron Tilford Collins, Jr. (A) ; 
16Hay78; RE 2-972. 



CBIHE PHOTOGRAPHER. 

Crime photographer; a thrilling 
mystery comedy in three acts. By 
Stephen Bristol, pseud, of Wilbur Braun. 
Based on the character Flash Gun Casey, 
created by G. H. Coxe. S 14Sep50; 
DP363. Samuel French, Inc. (PHH) ; 
23Jan78; RE 118. 



CRITICS, CRITICS, BOBNING BRIGHT. 

Critics, critics, burning bright. By 
John Steinbeck. (In Saturday review of 
literature, Nov. 8, 1950) 8Nov50; 
B277149. Elaine Steinbeck (H) , Thorn 
Steinbeck G John Steinbeck, 4th (C) ; 
22Jun78; RE 3-860. 



CROCODILE HONTERS. 

Crocodile hunters. By B K O Pat he. 
Inc. (Sportscope) 6 22Sep50; HP849. 
Harian B. , Inc. (PBH); 12Jun78; 
BE 3-661. 



THE CROSS-CO0NTRY HILLBILLIES. 

The Cross-country hillbillies. Words, 
music & libretto: Morris Ja Haxwell 6 
David Byron Martin, words & music of one 
song: Harold Hilliam Gill. 31Hay50; 
DD244 89. Morris Ja Maxwell, David Byron 
Hartin S Harold Hilliam Gill (A) ; 
24Apr78; RE 2-533. 



CBOSS-HOBD POZZLE SEATWOHK. 

Cross-word puzzle seatwork. Set no. 
CHP-5. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
6 30Oct50; AA165666. Clara Heara 
Guibor d. b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A); 2Jun78; BE 3-425. 



CBOSS-HORD POZZLE SEATHOSK. 

Cross-word puzzle seatwork. Set no. 
CHP-4. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
30Oct50; AA165667. Clara Heara 
Guibor d. b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A); 2Jun78; RE 3-426. 



CROSS-WORD POZZLE SEATWOBK. 

Cross-word puzzle seatwork. Set no. 
CHP-3. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
30Oct50; AA165668. Clara Heara 
Guibor d. b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A); 2Jun78; RE 3-427. 



CROSS-HOBD POZZLE SEATHOBK. 

Cross-word puzzle seatwork. Set no. 
CHP-2. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
30Oct50; AA1 65669. Clara Heara 
Guibor d.b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A) ; 2Jun78; BE 3-428. 



CBOSS-WORD POZZLE SEATWORK. 

Cross-word puzzle seatwork. Set no. 
CWP-1. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
6 300ct50; AA165670. Clara Heara 
Guibor d.b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A); 2Jun78; RE 3-429. 



A CROHN OF LIFE. 

A Crown of life. Hords 6 music: Noel 
Benson, pseud, of Ira B. lilson £ Susan 
Thomas, pseud, of Hildred L. Kerr. (In 
The Choir herald, Apr. 1950) 6 6Har50; 
B241553. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PBH) ; 2Har78; BE 879. 



CBY BABY. 

Cry baby. Hords and music: Johnny 
Otis & Hario DeLagarde. @ 8Feb50; 
Ed 1931 56. Johnny Otis 6 Hario DeLagarde 
(A): 10Apr78; RE 1-982. 



CEY BABY POLKA. 

Cry baby polka. By Ray Henry 
Hocarski. 3 20Feb50; EDI 91316. Dana 
Publishing Company (PHH); 12Hay78; 
EE 3-144. 



CBY DANGER. 

Cry danger. By Olympic Productions, 
Inc. From a story by Jerome Cady. 
© 31Dec50; LP788. National Telefilm 
Associates, Inc. (PHH); 20Har78; 
BE 1-536. 



CRY THE BELOVED CO0NTBY. 

Cry the beloved country. Introd.: 
Lewis Gannett. Hodern standard author's 
ed. BH: introd. 6 1Hay50; A510118. 
Charles Scribner's Sons (PHH); 13Jun78; 
EE 4-106- 



CSABDAS. 

Csardas. Arr. for orchestra 

(symphonic) : Herle J. Isaac. NH: arr. 
O 22Jun50; EP47996. Herle J. Isaac 

(A) ; 17Jan78; HE 192. 



C0AHDO. 

Cuando; blues. Letra y musica: 
Edmundo Disdier. 9Nov50; E0221311. 
Edmundo Disdier (A); 13Har78; BE 1-472. 



THE C0DGEL. 

The Cudgel. By Thomas Polsky. 
O 19Jun50; A44913. Thomas Polsky (A); 
15Jun78; RE 4-044. 



C0ENTOS DE AHBOS H0NDOS. 

Cuentos de ambos mundos. By Hario B. 
Bodriguez 6 James C. Babcock. (Graded 
Spanish readers, bk. 2) 11Apr50; 
A43194. Hario Bodriguez (A); 31Har78; 
BE 2-108. 



CUPID'S BOOGIE. 

Cupid's boogie. Hords E music: Johnny 
Otis & Herman Lubinsky. 8Jun50; 
E0206327. Johnny Otis 6 Herman Lubinsky 
(A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-987. 



C0BIOSITY. 

Curiosity; a happy go lucky comedy in 
one act. By Peggy Fernway, pseud, of 
Hilbur Braun. 6 19Apr50; DP74. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PWH) ; 23Jan78; EE 421. 



CDRRIC0LOH PLANNING. 

Curriculum planning. By Edward August 
Krug. 6 15Feb50; A41036. Edward A. 
Krug (A); 10Mar78; BE 866. 



CYCLICAL DIVEBSITIES IN THE FORTUNES .. 
Cyclical diversities in the fortunes 
of industrial corporations. By Thor 
Hultgren. (Occasional paper, no. 32) 
S 3Hay50; A43710. National Bureau of 
Economic Eesearch, Inc. (PWH); 7Apr78; 
BE 2-176. 



CZABOWNICA POLKA. 

Czarownica polka. w Walter Dana, m 
Glen Taft. Add. ti. : Old witch polka. 
3 10Har50; E0196728. Baiter Dana (A); 
12Hay78; BE 3-145. 



D. H. LA WHENCE: PORTRAIT OF A 

D. H. Lawrence: portrait of a genius, 
but. By Bichard Aldington. 6 17Hay50; 
A44625. Bichard Aldington (A); 22Hay78; 
EE 3-226. 



DA CAPO. 

Da capo. Piano solo. By Georges 
Boulanger, arr. Billy Hayerl. NM: arr. 
@ 14Nov50; EFO-5559. Keith Prowse 
Husic Publishing Company, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
13Apr78; BE 2-235. 



DABBLING IN THE DEW. 

Dabbling in the dew. Words by unknown 
author, m Lloyd Webber. © 2Oct50; 
EFO-5342. Lloyd Webber (A) ; 26Apr78; 
BE 2-263. 



THE DAIBY FABfl. 

The Dairy farm. No. 1375. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson Hoses) 
@ 26Apr50; G016134. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 20Har78; EE 1-635. 



DALLAS LIMITED. 

Dallas limited. Bords & music: Homer 
Zeke demons. @ 22Sep50; ED216315. 
Homer Zeke demons (A) ; 3Feb78; EE 452. 



THE DALTONS' BOHEN. 

The Daltons' women. By Bestern 
Adventure Productions, Inc. 3Dec50; 
LP806. Howco Productions, Inc. (by 
change of name Western Adventure 



28 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE DALTONS' WOHEN. (CON.) 
Productions, Inc.) (PiB) : 10Hay78; 
RE 2-928. 



DANCA DA CIGANA. 

Daaca da cigana. a Frederica 
DePreitas. Add. ti.: The Dance of the 
gipsy girl; Der Tanz des zigeuner- 
maedchens; Danse de la tzigane. (In Six 
morceaux) 18Dec50; EFO-7535. 
Frederica DeFreitas (A); 13Mar78; 
HE 1-842. 



DANCA DO PALHACO. 

Danca do palhaco. m Frederica 
DeFreitas. Add. ti.: The Dance of the 
buffoon; Der Tanz des Narren; Danse du 
paillasse. (In Six norceaux) 
18Dec50; EFO-7530. Frederica 
DeFreitas (A); 13Har78; RE 1-837. 



DANCE OF POLOVJETZKIAN WOHEN. See 
Fyrst Igor: Polov jetzkiske kvinders 
dans. (RE 1-827.) 



THE DANCE OF THE BUFFOON. See 
Danca do palhaco. (HE 1-837.) 



THE DANCE OF THE GIPSY GIHL. See 
Danca da cigana. (RE 1-842.) 



DANCING YEARS. 

Dancing years. By Stratford Pictures 
Corporation. © 25Aug50; LP284. E H I 
Films, Ltd. (PHH) ; 3Har78; HE 1-034. 



DANGER SLEDTHS. 

Danger sleuths. By E K O Pathe, Inc. 
(This is America, no. 10) 6 23Jun50; 
HP404. Harian B. « Inc. (PWH) ; 30Har78; 
RE 2-096. 



DARK BAI00. 

Dark bayou. By Dennis Sandole. 
O 23Feb50; E0194531. Dennis Sandole 
(A) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-194. 



DARK CARNIVAL. 

Dark carnival. By Haysie Greig 
Hurray. Pub. abroad 19AugS0, AIO-716. 
N(1: additions £ revisions. 19Oct50; 
A49603. Robert Hurray (C) ; 13Har78; 
RE 236. 



DARK DOEL. See 

Contributions by Harry Whittington. 
(RE 3-864.) 



THE DARK HOOD OF THE GOLDEN BIRDS. 

The Dark wood of the golden birds. 
Text by Hargaret Wise Brown, pictures by 
Leonard Weisgard. © 5Jul50; A45370. 
Roberta Brown Rauch (E) £ Leonard 
Weisgard (A) ; 8Hay78; BE 2-769. 



DARKNESS AT NOON. 

Darkness at noon; a play in three 
acts. By Sidney Kingsley 6 Hadge Evans 
Kingsley. Based on the novel by Arthur 
Koestler. © 11Sep50; D025454. Sidney 
Kingsley & Hadge Evans Kingsley (A) ; 
4Hay78; RE 2-619. 



DARKNESS AT NOON. 

Darkness at noon. By Sidney S. 
Kingsley & Hadge Evans Kingsley. 
© 22Nov50; D026475. Sidney S. Kingsley 
(A) ; 22Hay78; BE 3-263. 



DARLAN. 

Darlan. By Winston Spencer Churchill. 
(Churchill memoirs, episode 159) 
© 14Nov50; AA167200. Sara Audley 6 
Lady Soaaes (C) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-516. 



30Nov50; EFO-5466. Kenneth Bantock 
Robertson (C) ; 5Hay78; RE 2-807. 



DAVID BECOMES KING. 

David becomes King. Painting by 
Godwin. © 15Jun50; K25329. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PWH); 18May78; 
HE 3-071. 



THE DAWN OF CHRISTMAS. 

The Dawn of Christmas; mixed voices 
cantata. Music 6 text: Roy E. Nolte, 
Elsie Duncan Yale et al. © 17May50; 
EP47086. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH); 27Mar78; HE 1-914. 



DAY AFTER TOMOHROW. 

Day after tomorrow; a play in 3 acts. 
By Kieran Tunney S Simon Wardell. 
© 210ct50; DF47. Kieran Tunney 6 Simon 
Wardell (A) ; 1Jun78; HE 3-599. 



DAY, EVENING, NIGHT, MOHNING. 

Day, evening, night, morning. Poem: 
Paul Lawrence Dunbar, music: Henry 
Cowell. © 20Dec50; EP51847. Sidney 
Cowell (W) ; 24Feb78; RE 690. 



DAY IN HANHATTAN. 

Day in Hanhattan. By E K O Pathe, 
Inc. (Screenliner) © 11Aug50; HP744. 
Harian B. , Inc. (PHH); 30Mar78; 
HE 2-100. 



THE DAY OF ALL DAYS. See 

Forever at home. (RE 4-074.) 



DAYBREAK. 

Daybreak. Words: William Blake, 
music: Henry Cowell. © 20Dec50; 
EP52174. Sidney Cowell (W) ; 24Feb78; 
EE 692. 



DANISH FOLK HOSIC SETTINGS, NO. 2. See 
The Power of love. (RE 3-128.) 



DANNY ROAANA'S HAWAIIANS AND THE 

Danny Buaana's Hawaiians and The 
Pagans telescriptions. By Snader 
Telescriptions Corporation. © 20Nov50; 
HP989. Pathe News, Inc. (PWH) ; 15Hay78; 
RE 2-957. 



DANSE DE LA TZIGANE. See 

Danca da cigana. (BE 1-842.) 



DANSE DD DIABLE. 

Danse du diable. Husic: Wal-Berg, 
pseud, of Voldemar Rosenberg. Piano 
part only. © 28Dec50; EFO-7296. 
Voldemar Rosenberg (pseud. : Wal Berg) 
(A) ; 22Jun78; RE 4-136. 



DANSE DO PAILLASSE. See 

Danca do palhaco. (HE 1-837. ) 



DANTONS TOD. 

Dantons Tod; Orchestersuite. Op. 6a. 
m Gottfried VonEinem. Partitur. 
© 30Dec50; EFO-6654. Gottfried 
VonEinem (A) ; 13Feb78; HE 620. 



DANUBE DREAMS. 

Danube dreams. Husic: Anton Karas. 
© 11Dec50; EP51851. Anton Karas (A) 
5May78; RE 4-142. 



D'ARCOLE A ABO0KIR. See 

Napoleon en campagne. (EE 2-541.) 



DAELIN', DON'T DO IT TO ME, DARLIN'. 

Darlin* , don't do it to me, darlin'. 
Words and music: J. C. Lewis £ Harry 
Kort. © 26Jun50; E0210021. J. C. 
Lewis 6 Harry Kort (A) ; 17Apr78; 
EE 2-301. 



DABN HY IMAGINATION. 

Darn my imagination. Words 6 music by 
Lewis Salvatore Guerriere £ Frank 
Cipriani. © 18Sep50; E02 15754. Lewis 
S. Guerriere (A) £ Laura Giuggio (NK of 
Frank Cipriani) ; 16Hay78; BE 2-973. 



DAS DARF NICHT WAHB SEIN. 

Das darf nicht wahr sein. w Fred 
Raucii (Alfred Rauch) £ Holf Haria Siegel 
(Budolf Siegel) , m Lutz Helger. 
© 19Dec50; EF19956. Fred Rauch (A); 
6Har78; HE 1-202. 



DAS DARF NICHT WAHR SEIN. 

Das darf nicht wahr sein. w Fred 
Rauch (Alfred Eauch) & Holf Haria Siegel 
(Rudolf Siegel), m Lutz Helger. 
© 19Dec50; EF19956. Lutz Helger (A); 
6Mar78; RE 1-203. 



DAS DAEF NICHT WAHR SEIN. 

Das darf nicht wahr sein. w Fred 
Eauch (Alfred Eauch) & Holf Haria Siegel 
(Rudolf Siegel) , m Lutz Helger. 
© 15Dec50; EF19956. Ralph Siegel (C) ; 
6Har78; BE 1-204. 



THE DASHING WHITE SEEGEANT. 

The Dashing white sergeant. For 
2-part chorus of voices with piano. 
Words S music by Hugh Stevenson 
Eobertson. NH: arr. for 2-part singing. 



THE DEAD ABE DUHB. See 

Les Bouchees doubles. (EE 2-566.) 



DEADLY WEAPON. 

Deadly weapon, w 6 m Harvin J. Hoore 
£ George H. Campbell, Jr. © 14Dec50; 
EU223729. Marvin J. Moore (A) ; 8May78; 
EE 3-459. 



DEATH AND LETTERS. 

Death and letters. 
© 11Apr50; A42821. 
10May78; HE 2-782. 



By Elizabeth Daly. 
Hoch Beid (E) ; 



DEATH OF THE SPIEIT. 

Death of the spirit. By Lionel 
Trilling. Republished as A Novel in 
passing. (In The New Yorker, Nov. 11, 
1950) © 9Nov50; B272342. Diana 
Trilling (W) £ James Trilling (C) ; 
16Jan78; RE 128. 



DEBATE IN THE COHHONS. 

Debate in the Commons. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 131) © 120ct50; AA164195. 
Lady Sara Audley £ Lady Soames (C) ; 
21Jun78; BE 3-488. 



DECEIVIN' BLUES. 

Deceivin' blues. Words £ music: 
Johnny Otis. © 21Jul50; E0210247. 
Johnny Otis (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-989. 



DEEP AS A WELL. 

Deep as a well; a play in three acts. 
By Joan Morgan. © 4Jul50; DP251. Joan 
Morgan (A); 8Feb78; BE 561. 



1978 



CDBEENT REGISTRATIONS 



29 



DEIXA-ME SONHAR. See 

Lasciami sognar. (RE 3-798.) 



DELINQUENCY CONTROL. 

Delinquency control. By Lowell 
Juilliard Carr. Rev. ed. on 
revisions 6 additions. 4Oct50; A48211. 
Leah M. Carr (W) ; 27Feb78; RE 810. 



DELLER'S EDITION OF WALKER ON PATENTS. 

Deller's edition of walker on patents; 
1950 cumulative suppl. Vol. 1-4. By 
Anthony William Deller. Appl. states 
copyright is not claimed in any material 
secured from official 0. S. Govt, 
sources. on additions 6 revisions; 
22Apr50; AA151237. The Lawyers 
Co-operative Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
20Apr78; RE 3-232. 



DEMENTIA PRAECOX. 

Dementia praecox; or. The Group of 
schizophrenias. By Eugen Bleuler, 
translator: Joseph Zinkin. NM: 
translation. 6 160ct50; A48474. 
Joseph Zinkin (A) ; 3Feb78; BE 334. 



DEHEURES. 

Demeures; poemes. By Edith 
Boissonnas. © 15Dec50; AFO-4142. 
Edith Boissonnas (A); 17Apr78; RE 2-540. 



DERRAMARO O GAI. 

Derramaro o gai. Words S music: Luiz 
Gonzaga, pseud, of Luiz Gonzaga 
DoNascimento, & Zedantas. © 20Oct50; 
EF24999. Luiz Gonzaga DoNascimento 
(pseud.: Luiz Gonzaga) (A); 25Hay78; 
BE 4-152. 



DESCRIPTION DO BARXISBE. 

Description du Sarxisme. By Roger 
Caillois. 6 30Dec50; AFO-4095. Boger 
Caillois (A); 17Apr78; RE 2-569. 



DESERT MAGAZINE. 

Desert magazine. Vol. 13, no. 5, Bar. 
1950. © 17Feb50; B233951. William 6 
Joyce Knyvett d.b.a. Desert Magazine 
(PCW) ; 23Jan78; RE 69. 



DESERT MAGAZINE. 

Desert magazine. Vol. 13, no. 6, Apr. 
1950. 6 18Mar50; B247979. William E 
Joyce Knyvett d.b.a. Desert Magazine 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 734. 



DESERT MAGAZINE. 

Desert magazine. Vol. 13, no. 7, May 
1950. © 18Apr50; B242608. William 6 
Joyce Knyvett d.b.a. Desert Magazine 
(PCW) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-682. 



DESERT MAGAZINE. 

Desert magazine. Vol. 13, no. 9, July 
1950. © 16Jun50; B251761. William 6 
Joyce Knyvett d.b.a. Desert Magazine 
(PCW); 2Jun78; RE 3-187. 



DESERT MAGAZINE. 

Desert magazine. Vol. 13, no. 8, June 
1950. © 18May50; B247350. William 6 
Joyce Knyvett d.b.a. Desert Magazine 
(PCW) ; 2Jun78; BE 3-188. 



DESERT-WED. 

Desert-wed. By Irene Welch Grissom. 
© 3Oct50; AA163305. Irene Welch 
Grissom (A); 28Feb78; BE 1-300. 



TBE DESIGN OF SWITCBING CIRCUITS FOR .. 
The Design of switching circuits for 
automatic control. Chap. 15. 
© 21Dec50; AA187960. Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Inc. (PWH); 26May78; 
BE 3-178. 



DESIGNS WITH STBINGS. 

Designs with strings; mazurka. For 
piano. Music: Peter Tschaikowsky [Peter 
Ilyitch Tchaikovsky], arr. Leif 
Haraldsted. (In Ballet music, 2) 
© 15Dec50; EF170 49. Leif Haraldsted 
(A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-831. 



DESPERATE WOMAN. 

Desperate woman. By Martha Albrand. 
(In The Saturday evening post) © Martha 
Albrand (A) ; REG 13Mar78; BE 3-606. 

Issue 

25NOV50. P0B 22Nov50; B275107. 

2Dec50. PUB 29Nov50; B275891. 

9Dec50. P0B 6Dec50; B276944. 

16Dec50. PUB 13Dec50; B278114. 

23Dec50. P0B 20Dec50; B279976. 

30Dec50. POB 27Dec50: B279977. 



DETECTIVE IN SPITE OF HIMSELF. 

Detective in spite of himself; a farce 
in three acts. By Hilda Manning, pseud, 
of James Reach. © 12Hay50; DP85. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH) ; 23Jan78; 
RE 419. 



DETECTIVE MYSTERY. NOVELS MAGAZINE. See 
2 detective mystery novels magazine. 

(BE 3-996.) 
2 detective mystery novels magazine. 

(BE 3-998.) 
2 detective mystery novels magazine. 

(RE 4-002.) 
2 detective mystery novels magazine. 

(BE 4-009.) 



DETECTIVE NOVELS MAGAZINE. See 
5 detective novels magazine. 
(BE 3-993.} 



DETO0BING THB0 HAINE. 

Detouring thru Maine. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. © 17Feb50; 
M5056. National Telefilm Associates, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-531. 



DETBOIT CITY BLUES. 

Detroit City blues. Lyrics: Antoine 
Domino, music: Dave Bartholomew. 
© 31Hay50; EU205598. Dave Bartholomew 
6 Antoine Domino (A) ; 16Jan78; BE 284. 



DE0S ABSCONDIT0S. 

Deus absconditus. By Anne Ridler. 
(In The Virginia quarterly review, 
summer 1950) © 6Jul50; B253951. Anne 
Ridler (A) ; 9Jun78; BE 3-753. 



THE DEVIL CAN'T ROLE. 

The Devil can't rule. Words 6 music: 
E. P. Johnson. © 13Jun50; EU206778. 
E. P. Johnson (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 3-297. 



DEVIL BAY CABE. 

Devil may care. By Wade Miller, 
pseud, of Bobert Wade. 3 5Jun50; 
A44756. Robert Wade (A); 15Hay78; 
BE 3-037. 



DEXTER BIDES AGAIN. 

Dexter rides again. Music: Dexter 
Gordon S Earl Powell. © 20Dec50; 
E0224225. Dexter Gordon & Earl Powell 
(A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-996. 



DIAGNOSIS: HOMICIDE. 

Diagnosis: homicide; the casebook of 
Dr. Coffee. By Lawrence G. Blochman. 
NM: pref . , introd. 6 revision. 
© 3Jan50; A39986. Marguerite Maillard 
Blochman (W) ; 30Jan78; BE 219. 



DIANA AND TODA. 

Diana and Tuda; a play in three acts. 
A translation by Harta Abba (Harta Abba 
Millikin) of Luigi Pirandello's play, 
Diana e la Tuda. NB: translation. 
© Uun50; D024509. Harta Abba Millikin 
(A) ; 11Jan78; BE 83. 



DIANA E LA TODA. See 

Diana and Tuda. (BE 83.) 



DIARY, DEAR DIARY. 

Diary, dear diary. Piano copy, w 6 a 
Begina Day, pseud, of Elizabeth Joan 
Schroeder. © 15Sep50; E0215531. 
Josephine Haier Leutz 6 John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 22Bay78; BE 3-627. 



DIES IBAE. 

[Dies irae, and other contributions] 
By James Blish. © Judith L. Blish (W) ; 
BEG 13Feb78; RE 3-701. 

Dies irae. (In Accent, autumn 1950) 

POB 10NOV50; B509443. 
Caesura. (In Accent, autumn 1950) 

POB IONovSO; B509443. 
Testament of Theseus. (In Western 

review, spring 1950) POB 12Apr50; 

B253993. 
The Secret people. (In Future, 

combined with Science fiction 

stories, Nov. 1950) PUB 16Aug50; 

B260154. 
Rituals on Ezra Pound. (In Sewanee 

review, spring 1950) POB 1Apr50; 

B250387. 
Sunken universe. (In Super science 

stories, Nov. 1950) POB 4Oct50; 

B268854. 



DIFFIC0LTIES OF INVASION. 

Difficulties of invasion. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 144) © 27Oct50; AA164968. 
Sara Audley 6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
BE 3-497. 



DIGEST OF 0NITED STATES 
Digest of United Stat 
reports annotated; cove 
369) U S, 1-91 L Ed, 1 
cumulative pocket suppl 
taxes to zoning. Appl 
is not claimed in any 
from official U.S. Govt 
additions 6 revisions; 
AA1 40060. The Lawyers 
Publishing Company (PWH 
BE 216. 



S0PREBE 

es Supreme Court 
ring 1-332 (p 
67 S Ct with 
ements. Vol. 13: 

states copyright 
aterial secured 



. sources 
13Jan50; 
Co-operative 
); 1Feb78; 



© on 



DIGGIN' FOB OLD BLACK COAL. 

Diggin' for old black coal. Author of 
words: Gilbert S. Watson, author of 
music: Ellen S. Graff. © 28Dec50; 
EP52244. Gilbert S. Watson & Ellen S. 
Graff (A); 6Bar78; RE 794. 



DILLO (SE BI VUOI BEN!) 

Dillo (se mi vuoi ben!) w Giovanni 
Giacobetti, m Gianni Armand, arr. Angelo 
Brigada. © 28Feb50; EFO-3146. 
Edizioni Sette Note (PWH of Gianni 
Armand); 16Jun78; RE 4-121. 



DILLO (SE MI VUOI BEN!) 

Dillo (se mi vuoi ben!) w Giovanni 
Giacobetti, m Gianni Armand, arr. Angelo 
Brigada. © 28Feb50; EFO-3146. Angelo 
Brigada (A); 16Jun78; BE 4-122. 



30 



BENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



DILLO (SE HI VOOI BEN!) 

milu (se 111 vlioi ben!) w Giovanni 
Giacobetti, m Gianni Armand, arc. Angelo 
Brigada. O 28Peb50; EFO-3146. 
Giovanni Giacobetti (A); 16Jun78; 
BE 4-123. 



DO YOOB CHBISTHAS SHOPPING EABLY. 

Do your Christmas shopping early. w 
L. Edward Rest, a Lev del. 31Aug50; 
E0213906. L. Edward West 6 Lew Mel (A) ; 
30Jan78; BE 131. 



Martin 6 Thomas Philipp Martin. 
Translation of the original Italian 
libretto of Lorenzo DaPonte. NM: 
translation. O 31Dec50; DP552. Euth 
Kelley Martin 6 Thomas Philipp Martin 
(A) ; 6Jan78; BE SO. 



DINOSAOB WHABP. 

Dinosaur wharf. By Joel Wyman. 
27Jun50; D024784. Joel Wyman (A) ; 
3May78; BE 2-646. 



DOC STEVENS. 

Doc Stevens. By Trendle-Striker. 
(The Lone Banger, no. 2680-1905) 
O 20Mar50; D023886. Lone Banger 
Television. Inc. (PHH) ; 16Jun78; 
BE 3-534. 



DONA CHENCHA Y PONTILLON. 

Dona chencha y puntillon. Words S 
music: Felix Cardenas. © 28Dec50; 
EFO-7280. Peer International 
Corporation (PHH); 16flar78; BE 1-801. 



A DIPLOMATIC HISTOBY OF THE ONITED ... 

A Diplomatic history of the United 
States. By Samuel Plagg Bemis. NM: in 
this 3d ed. the. complete text is rev. 6 
corrected, chap. 35-39 have been 
abridged & chap. 45 S 46 have been 
added. 28Mar50; A43200. Holt, 
Binehart and Winston (PWH) ; 18Apr78; 
HE 2-U61. 



DIBICHLET'S PRINCIPLE. CONFOBMAL 

Dirichlet's principle, conformal 
mapping, and minimal surfaces. By 
Bichard Courant. 9 28Aug50; A49015. 
Nina Courant (S); 3Apr78; BE 2-025. 



DISC JOCKEY'S NIGHTHABE. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. Words 6 
music: Homer Haynes 6 Jethro Burns 
(Kenneth Burns) 29Dec50; E0224809- 
Kenneth "Jethro" Burns (A); 20Mar78; 
BE 1-017. 



DISC JOCKEY'S NIGHTHABE. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. Authors of 
words 6 music: Henry Doyle Haynes a.k.a. 
Homer Haynes 6 Kenneth C. Burns a.k.a. 
Jethro Burns. © 29Dec50; E0224809. 
Kenneth Haynes, Tracy Haynes 6 George 
Haynes (C) ; 3Mar78; BE 4-048. 



THE DISCONTENTED COW. 

The Discontented cow; a contagious 
comedy in three acts. By Styles 
Sullivan, pseud, of Wilbur Braun. 
© 6Apr50; DP75. Samuel French, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 23Jan78; RE 420. 



THE DISCOVERY OF THE DIHINISHED AND 

The Discovery of the diminished and 
augmented keys and scales. By Van 
Venson Bobinson. © 28Apr50; AA153369. 
Van Venson Robinson (A) ; 28Har78; 
RE 1-771. 



DOCTOB DBINK. 

Doctor Drink. By J. V. Cunningham. 
© 9Aug50; A65235. J. V. Cunningham 
(A) ; 27Peb78; BE 823. 



A D0C0HENTABY HISTORY OF ED0CATION 

A Documentary history of education in 
the South before 1860. Vol. II: Toward 
educational independence. By Edgar 
Wallace Knight. © 7Mar50; A41759. 
Annie Turner Knight (W) ; 8Feb78; RE '161. 



DOCUMENTS ON AHEBICAN FOREIGN BELATIONS. 

Documents on American foreign 
relations. Vol. 11: Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 
1949. Editors: Baymond Dennett 6 Robert 
K. Turner. © 26Dec50; A51592. 
Princeton Oniversity Press (PWH) ; 
16Jan78; BE 118. 



DOENITZ BEPLACES BAEDER. 

Doenitz replaces Baeder. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 141) © 24Oct50; AA165314. 
Lady Sara Audley & Lady Soames (C) ; 
21Jun78; RE 3-501. 



DOES IT ALWAYS BAIN HEBE, MISTEB HOYT? 

Does it always rain here. Mister Hoyt? 
By Murray Hoyt. 9 12Hay50; A43848. 
Murray Hoyt (A) ; 29flar78; RE 1-877. 



DOES IT ALWAYS BAIN HEBE, HISTER HOYT? 

Does it always rain here. Mister Hoyt? 
111.: Perry Barlow. NM: ill. 
© 12May50; A43849. Holt, Binehart and 
Winston (PWH); 29Har78; RE 1-878. 



DOG PATCH TBOMP. 

Dog Patch tromp. Words & music: David 
Lambert. © 7Nov50; E0220588. David 
Lambert (A); 10Apr78; BE 3-316. 



DONDE ESTABAS AMOB. 

Donde estaras amor. Words 6 music: 
Antonio Lopes. © 9Jun50; EU207185. 
Antonio Lopes (A); 6Har78; RE 1-195. 



THE DONOVANS. 

The Donovans. SSAA unacc. Words by 
Francis A. Fahy, music by Alicia A. 
Needham, arr. Harry Simeone. NM: arr. 
© 28Dec50; EP52259. Boosey & Hawkes, 
Inc. (PWH); 24Feb78; RE 511. 



THE DONOVANS. 

The Donovans. TTBB unacc. Words by 
Francis A. Fahy, music by Alicia A. 
Needham, arr. Harry Simeone. NM: arr. 
© 28Dec50; EP52260. Boosey 6 Hawkes, 
Inc. (PWH); 24Feb78; BE 512. 



DON'T FOOL AROUND WITH MY HEART. 

Don't fool around with my heart. By 
Lyman F. Giberson. 9 10Apr50; 
E0200024. Lyman F. Giberson (A) ; 
20Mar78; RE 1-544. 



DON'T KINDLE THAT FLAME. 

Don't kindle that flame. Words and 
music: Hary Solle 6 Marty Cousins. 
© UOctSO; E0217514. Mary Solle £ Harty 
Cousins (A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-314. 



DON'T KNOW WHAT I'M BL0E ABO0T BL0ES. 

Don't know what I'm blue about blues. 
Words and melody by Hildred Leek 
HcLarrin (Mildred Leek McLarrin Smith) 
© 27Mar50; E0198303. Mildred Smith 
(A); 25May78; RE 3-162. 



DON'T LEAVE ME NOW. 

Don't leave me now. w 6 m Leon 

Harrison. © 26Oct50; E0219452. Leon 

Harrison (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-994. 



THE DISH RAG. 

The Dish rag. Words 6 music: Larry 
Lustig. 9 21Aug50; EP48496. Larry 
Lustig (A); 16Jan78; RE 286. 



A DIXIE JAM SESSION. 

A Dixie jam session. Music: Armand 0. 
Hug. 9 30Aug50; E0216087. Armand O. 
Hug (A); 17Apr78; BE 2-306. 



DO I HAVE TO PAINT A PICT0BE FOR YO0? 

Do I have to paint a picture for you? 
w & m Arthur Kapewaokeao Parker, Jr. 
9 9Jun50; E0206387. Arthur K. Parker, 
Jr. (A); 18Apr78; RE 2-370. 



DO Y00 KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE . . . 

Do you know what it's like to be 
lonesome? w & s Bert Jay Pellish. 
9 9Nov50; E0220825. Bert Jay Pellish 
(A) ; 6Feb78; RE 359. 



DO YO0 REMEMBER? See 

Dream polka. (RE 3-151.) 



DO IN' FINE. 

Doin' fine. Words S music: Ann Jones. 
© 20Jan50; EP47942. Ann Jones (A); 
17Jan78; RE 283. 



DOLCE AMOR DI POVERTADE. 

Dolce amor di povertade. Per canto e 
pianoforte. Del beato Iacopone DaTodi, 
m Francesco Cilea. 9 20Apr50; 
EFO-3338. Rose Laverello Cilea (W) ; 
28Har78; BE 1-849. 



A DOLL'S HO0SE. 

A Doll's house. By Henrik Ibsen, 
English version by Norman Ginsbury. NM: 
translation. 9 2May50; DP104. Norman 
Ginsbury (A); 15May78; BE 3-038. 



DOHINANT SEVENTH. 

Doainant seventh. 
9 29Dec50; A50995. 
28Feb78; BE 833. 



By Phillips Kloss. 
Phillips Kloss (A) ; 



DON GIOVANNI. 

Don Giovanni; opera in 2 acts. By W. 
A. Hozart, translation: Buth Kelley 



DON'T HAKE A MEMORY OF ME. 

Don't make a memory of me. Words 6 
music: Jimmy Kennedy S Lou Singer. 
© 30Dec50; EFO-6180. Jimmy Kennedy 
(A) , Bosalie Singer (W) , Frances Singer 
6 Barbara Black (C of Lou Singer) ; 
23Feb78; RE 657. 



DON'T MARBY TOO SOON. 

Don't marry too soon. Words E music: 

Dave Bartholomew. © 31May50; EU205597. 

Dave Bartholomew (A); 16Jan78; BE 287. 



DON'T PLAY WITH FIRE. 

Don't play with fire. Words & music: 
Johnny Otis. © 4Oct50; E0217352. 
Johnny Otis (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-991. 



(DON'T SAY) SHE'S A BAD LITTLE GIBL. 

(Don't say) she's a bad little girl, 
w Sunny Clapp, o Francis Craig. 
© 5Apr50; EP178591. Gladys Clapp (W), 
Bleyer Clapp 6 Sunshine Clapp Beardsley 
(C) ; 26Apr78; BE 2-942. 



1978 



CUBHEST REGISTRATIONS 



31 



DON'T SAT TOO CARE, UNLESS TOO ... 

Don't say you care, unless you really 
do. Words 6 music by Al Hoffman, Al 
Trace 6 Collins Driggs. 20Dec50; 
EP51861. Nancy Hoffman Propas (8); 
4Jan78; RE 115. 



DON'T SAT TOO CABE, ONLESS TOO 

Don't say you care, unless you really 
do. w 6 ■ Al Hoffman, Al Trace 6 
Collins Driggs. 20Dec50; EP51861. 
Nancy Hoffman (H) ; 6Apr78; RE 2-154. 



DON'T SHED TOOR TEARS AFTER I'd GONE. 

Don't shed your tears after I'm gone. 
Bords 6 music: Hattie O'Neil. 
B 29Dec50; EP52155. Hattie O'Neil (A) ; 
7Har78; RE 763. 



DONT TAKE ABAT MT JESOS. 

Don't take away my Jesus; Negro 
spiritual. For voice and piano. Susie: 
Budolf Friml, words: Katharine 
Bainbridge. © 19Sep50; EP49722- Kay 
Friml (H) ; 12May78; RE 4-243. 



DONT TOO ANGEL ME, TOD LITTLE DEVIL. 

Don't you angel me, you little devil. 
* G ■ by John Klenner, Esther VanSciver 
6 Bob Hiller. 15Dec50; EP51346 Nita 
Crabbe Hiller Spivy Thrash (i of Bob 
Hiller) ; 21Feb78; RE 574. 



DOOH TO BLOOH. 

Doom to bloom. By Robert Frost. 
9 15Dec50; A50581. Lesley Frost 
Ballantine (C) ; 21Har78; BE 1-159. 



DORAN'S MINISTER'S HANOAL. See 

The Minister's manual. (RE 3-044.) 



DORSET. 

Dorset. No. 1413. By Grandma Moses 
(Anna Hary Robertson Hoses) 9 24Jul50; 
G016658. James C. Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 
12Jun78; RE 3-721. 



DOOBLE CROSS RANCH. 

Double Cross Ranch. By Hill Batson, 
pseud, of Lee Floren. © 4Dec50; 
A50197. Lee Floren (A); 21Apr78; 
BE 2-525. 



DOOBLE CROSSING BLOES. 

Double crossing blues. Bords G music: 

Johnny Otis. 9 26Jan50; E0191584. 

Johnny Otis (A); 1May78; RE 3-371. 



DOOBLE CROSSING BLOES. 

Double crossing blues. w 6 a Jessie 
Mae Robinson. 22May50; EP46884. 
Jane M. Draper (C) ; 20Jun78; RE 3-827. 



DOOBLE DATE. 

Doable date; a comedy in one act. By 
Florence Byerson (Florence Ryerson 
Clements) 9 9May50; DO 24269. Hal 
Ryerson (C) ; 23Jan78; BE 206. 



DOOBLE THE TBOOBLE. 

Double the trouble; bass or baritone 
aria. From the opera The Queue of 
Ki-Lu. w Irwin M. Cassel 6 Thomas G. 
Springer, m Mana-Zucca. 23Dec50; 
EF16354. Marvin S. Cassel (C) ; 27Har78; 
RE 1-754. 



LES DO0ZE LOTINS DE LA BEINE HAB. 

Les Douze lutins de la Beine Hab. By 
Jerome Doucet. O 260ct50; AFO-3643. 
Didier Fouret (E) ; 22Hay78; BE 2-859. 



DOHN AT THE OLD BOLL AND BOSH. 

Down at the Old Bull and Bash. Bords: 
Andrew B. Sterling, music: Harry 
VonTilzer. 9 20Dec50; E0224697. Harry 
VonTilzer Music Publishing Company 
(PPB) ; 27Apr78; BE 2-444. 



DOBN AT THE PICTOBE SHOB. 

Down at the picture show. Bords S 
music: Bally Moore. 9 26Jan50; 
E0191582. Bally Moore (A) ; 10Apr78; 
BE 1-980. 



DOBN BT THE LILAC TREE. 

Down by the lilac tree. Bords 6 
music: William A. Dillon 6 Henry Tobias. 
9 8May50; E0203160. Henry Tobias (A), 
William A. Dillon, Jr. & Beverly Graves 
(C of William A. Dillon); 28Apr78; 
RE 2-605. 



DOBN BT THE OLD BAIL FENCE. 

Down by the old rail fence. No. 1394. 
By Grandma Hoses (Anna Hary Robertson 
Hoses) 9 26Apr50; G016149. James C. 
Toaasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; BE 2-211. 



DOBN BT THE OLD STONE BALL. 

Down by the old stone wall. No. 1385. 
By Grandma Hoses (Anna Hary Bobertson 
Moses) 9 26Apr50; G016141. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; BE 1-642. 



DOHN IN THE VALLET. 

Down in the valley. TTBB. Husical 
arr. Donald Elliot Large. NH: arr. 
9 5flay50; EP46640. Donald Elliot Large 
(A) ; 7Apr78; BE 2-168. 



DOHN STBEAH HIGHHAT. 

Down stream highway. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. 9 2Jun50; HP182. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PHH); 20Mar78; BE 1-521. 



DOBN THE ROAD. 

Down the road. No. 1410. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Mary Bobertson Moses) 
6 24Jul50; G016655. James C. Tomasi 
(Ada. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; BE 3-718. 



DOBNTOBN PHOENIX. 

Downtown Phoenix. 9 25Apr50; F8395. 
Band McNally G Company (PBH) ; 27Mar78; 
BE 1-944. 



DBAB NIGH AND ADORE. 

Draw nigh and adore. a and adaptation 
by Hilton H. Rusch. NH: arr. for SATB. 
9 9Nov50; EP50907. Doris H. Rusch (B) ; 
10Har78; RE 932. 



DBEAH AND BEALITT. See 

Nicolas Berdyaev's Dream and reality. 
(BE 3-062.) 



DBEAH HAN. 

Dream man. Bords & music: Bobby 
Horth. 9 3JU150; EP210140. Bobby 
Borth (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 3-309. 



DREAHIN' BLOES. 

Dreamin' blues. Words G music: Johnny 

Otis. 9 17Har50; E0197474. Johnny 

Otis (A); 1May78; BE 3-372. 



THE DREAMING JEHELS. 

The Dreaming jewels. By Theodore 
Sturgeon. 6 14Aug50; A47013. Theodore 
Sturgeon (A) ; 3flar78; BE 944. 



DBEI BOSEN SAH' ICH BLOEHEN. 

Drei Bosen sah' ich bluehen. Benn der 
Abend wind schweigt. Piano. Husic: 
Norbert Schultze, words: Fritz 
Grasshoff. 9 25Dec50; EFO-6649. 
Norbert Schultze (A); 30Hay78; BE 3-399. 



THE DBEIDEL BHO BOOLDN'T SPIN. 

The Dreidel who wouldn't spin. By 
Libby H. Klaperman. 9 22Dec50; A51765. 
Libby H. Klaperman (A) ; 6Feb78; BE 368. 



DBIFTIN' ABAT BLOES. 

Driftin* away blues. Bords: M. 
Bobinson, music: J. Otis. © 25Aug50; 
EU213380. H. Bobinson G J. Otis (A) ; 
1Hay78; BE 3-374. 



DBINK TO ME ONLT BITH THINE ETES. 

Drink to me only with thine eyes. 
TTBB. Husical arr. Donald Elliot Large. 
NH: arr. 9 25May50; EP48104. Donald 
Elliot Large (A); 7Apr78; BE 2-169. 



DB0NTEN BEI DEM ALTEN KIBCHT0BM. 

Drunten bei dem alten Kirchturm. 
Piano. Bords and music: Heinz Boezel. 
© 1Aug50; EFO-4967. Heinz Boezel (A) ; 
10JU178; BE 3-848. 



EL D0CE, EL BON T EL HABANO. 

El Duce, el ron y el Habano. Bords G 
music: Vita Gutierrez. 9 20Dec50; 
EF25098. Vita Gutierrez (A); 13Har78; 
BE 1-495. 



THE DOCK POND. 

The Duck pond. No. 1431. By Grandma 
Hoses ( Anna Hary Bobertson Moses) 
© 24JU150; G016676. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; BE 3-739. 



DOSTT BOOTS. 

Dusty boots; novel. By Lee Thomas, 
pseud, of Lee Floren. © 6Oct50; 
A48910. Lee Floren (A) ; 21Apr78; 
BE 2-524. 



THE DBELLINGS OF COLONIAL AMEBICA. 

The Dwellings of colonial America. By 
Thomas Tileston Batecman. © 8Sep50; 
A48263. Janet B. Hale (NK) ; 21Feb78; 
BE 632. 



DBOJE ZAKOCHANTCH. 

Dwoje zakochanych. w 6 a Baiter 
Tansick. Add. ti.: Two lovers. 
© 12Jun50; E0206533. Dana Publishing 
Coapany (PHH); 12May78; BE 3-147. 



THE DTING EARTH. 

The Dying earth. By Jack Vance (John 
Holbrook Vance) © 250ct50; A50113. 
John Holbrook Vance (A) ; 27Feb78; 
RE 489. 



DOOBLE TBO0BLE. 

Double trouble. By Bay Strang, author 
of renewable matter: Anton Schutz. 
© 3Hay50; H1593. New Tork Graphic 
Society, Ltd. (PHH) ; 7Har78; BE 1-215. 



DBEAH POLKA. 

Dream polka. Bords & music: Frank 
Bojnarowski. Add. ti.: Dzy ty 
paaietasz; Do you remember? 9 17Aag50; 
E02 14782. Dana Publishing Company 
(PHH); 24Har78; BE 3-151. 



DTNAHICS OF PBEJODICE. 

Dynamics of prejudice; a psychological 
and sociological study of veterans. By 
Bruno Bettelheia and Morris Janowitz. 
© 18Jan50; A40174. The American Jewish 
Committee (PHH) ; 26Jan78; BE 208. 



32 



RENEWALS 



DZY TT PAMIETASZ. See 

Dream polka. (BE 3-151.) 



EBB TIDE. 

Ebb tide; piano solo. Music by 
Leonard florris C Richard Boyle. 
O 5Dec50; EP0-6534. Leonard Morris 6 
Bichard Royle (A); 13Mar78; HE 1-287. 



EIGHTEEN BESPONSES FOR GENERAL WORSHIP. 

Eighteen responses for general 
worship. Compilation: Bob Roy Peery. 
NM: compilation. © 17May50; EP47083. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
27Har78; RE 1-912. 



B FLAT BALLAD. 

E flat ballad, m Johnny Mercer. 
ISDecSO; EU224363. Elizabeth Mercer 
(W) , John Jefferson Mercer 6 Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-031. 



E. N. CENTRAL UNITED STATES. 

E. N. Central United States. (Cosmo 
series) 16Jun50; F8458. Rand 
McNally 6 Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-951. 



THE ECHO IN MY HEART. 

The Echo in my heart. w yilliao 
Kelvey Hubbell, m Robert Whitfield 
Miles, Jr. NH: music. © 31Mar50; 
E0198985. Robert Whitfield Miles, Jr. 
(A) ; 9May78; RE 2-670. 



ECHOING THE BLOES. 

Echoing the blues; piano solo. Music: 
Salty Holmes (Floyd Holmes) 6 Milton T. 
Putnam. © 29Dec50; EP52159. Floyd 
"Salty" Holmes G Milton T. Putnam (A) ; 
7Bar78; BE 767. 



EIN MOL IN LEBN. 

Ein mol in Lebn. Music: Sholom 
Secunda, words: Jacob Jacobs & Isador 
Lillian. Add. ti.: Once in a lifetime. 
20Nov50; EP51523. Sheldon Secunda 
(C) 6 Theima J. Mintz (C of Jacob 
Jacobs); 6Apr78; RE 1-826. 



EINEB MOSS WACHEN. 

Einer muss wachen. By Manfred 

Hausmann. 6 12Oct50; AFO-3479. 

Manfred Hausmann (A); 6Jul78; RE 3-815. 



EACH BRIGHT BI7EB. 

Each bright river. By Mildred 
Masterson McNeilly. 6 28Feb50; A41279. 
Mildred Masterson McNeilly (A); 24Mar78; 
BE 1-744. 



ECOS DE LA MONTANA. 

Ecos de la Montana. w 6 m Ismael 
Moreno. © 27Dec50; EFO-6516. 
Editorial Argentina de Musica 
Internacional (PWH); 20Mar78; BE 1-721. 



ELECTBICAL APPLIANCES, 1950-51. 

Electrical appliances, 1950-51. By 
Decatur Electric Supply Division. 
© 21Sep50; AA163035. Jagua-McKee, Inc. 
(PHH); 5Jun78; BE 3-918. 



EAB TRAINING. 

Ear training. Grades 9 and 10. By 
Cora B. Ahrens. © 29Dec50; EFO-5751. 
The Victoria S Grey Trust Company (E) ; 
24Feb78; BE 510. 



EARLY MOBNING BOOGIE. 

Early morning boogie. Words and 
music: Milton Larkin. © 24Feb50; 
E0195087. Hilton Larkin (A); 10Apr78; 
BE 1-984. 



EARLY STORIES. 

Early stories. By Elizabeth Bowen. 
NM: preface 5 compilation. 8 14Dec50; 
A50732. Spencer Curtis Brown B Graham 
Angus Hatson (E); 18Apr78; RE 3-747. 



EAST HALF, HIDALGO COUNTY, TEX., 

East half, Hidalgo County, Tex., 
ownership map with well data. By Edgar 
Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole 
owner. Scale 1" = 3 000". © 29Dec50; 
F9201. Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PWH); 
9Jan78; RE 266. 



EAST OF LODGATE HILL. 

East of Ludgate Hill; a comedy in 
three acts. By Arnold Bidley. 
© 19Jun50; DP258. Arnold Bidley (A); 
24Feb78; BE 1-113. 



EASY DYIN' BLUES. 

Easy dyin' blues. Words 6 music: 
Allen Bunn. © 25Oct50; EU219371. 
Allen Bunn (A); 10Apr78; BE 1-993. 



EASY GOING DADDY. 

Easy going daddy. Words and music: 
Milton Larkin. © 24Feb50; E0195085. 
Hilton Larkin (A); 10Apr78; BE 1-983. 



ED MCGINLEY PIANOBANGING SEBIES. See 
Chords and melodies. (BE 3-271.) 
Chords and melodies. (BE 3-272.) 



EDGE OF DOOM. 

Edge of doom; photoplay. By Samuel 
Goldwyn Productions, Inc. © 3Aug50; 
LP416. Samuel Goldwyn Productions 
(PWH) ; 28Mar78; RE 1-770. 



ED OCA DOB. 

Edacador. Letra y musica: Vicente 
Mari Bas. © 27Dec50; EF17447. Vicente 
Mari Bas (A) ; , 13Mar78; BE 1-457. 



EDUCATING O0B DAUGHTEBS, A CHALLENGE .. 
Educating our daughters, a challenge 
to the colleges. By Lynn Townsend 
White, Jr. © 15Feb50; A41O20. Lynn 
White, Jr. (A); 30May78; BE 2-764. 



EDUCATING WOMEN IN A MAN'S WOBLD. 

Educating women in a man's world. By 
Lynn White, Jr. (In The Atlantic 
monthly, Feb. 1950) © 13Jan50; 
B230260. Lyan White (A); 30May78; 
RE 2-766. 



EGO SUM PANIS VIVOS. 

Ego sum panis vivus. For SAB voices 
unaccompanied. Music by Joseph J. 
HcGrath. © 22Nov50; EP51877. George 
McGrtith (C) ; 10Mar78; BE 919. 



EGYPT SPEAKS. 

Egypt speaks. By Loew's, Inc. 
© 2Jan51 (in notice: 1950) ; LP660. 
Hetro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. (PWH); 
30Jan78; RE 224. 



ELECTBICAL APPLIANCES AND HO0SEWARES. 

Electrical appliances and housewares. 
Catalog no. 51- A. By Standard Electric 
Supply Company. © 11Oct50; AA 165903. 
Jagua-McKee, Inc. (PWH) ; 5Jun78; 
RE 3-921. 



ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS. 

Electromagnetic fields; theory and 
applications. Vol. 1: Mapping of 
fields. By Ernst Weber. © 28Jun50; 
A45193. Ernst Weber (A); 29Mar78; 
RE 1-862. 



ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY. 

Electromagnetic theory. By Oliver 
Heaviside, new introd. by Ernst Weber. 
NM: new introd. © 15Jul50; A46095. 
Dover Publications, Inc. (PWH); 10Jul78; 
RE 4-014. 



ELEMENTARY ECONOMICS. 

Elementary economics. By J. A. Nordin 
6 Virgil Salera. © 17May50; A44243. 
J. A. Nordin 6 Virgil Salera (A) ; 
3May78; RE 2-720. 



ELEMENTARY EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY. 

Elementary educational psychology. By 
Charles E. Skinner. 2d ed. NM: 
additions S revisions. © 16Jan50; 
A40253. Charles E. Skinner (A) ; 
24Feb78; RE 816. 



ELEMENTARY STATISTICAL METHODS, AS 

APPLIED TO BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC 
DATA. See 
Laboratory manual for Elementary 

statistical methods, as applied to 
business and economic data. 
(RE 3-051.) 



EASY PIANO PIECES. See 

6 lette Klaverstykker. (BE 1-834.) 



EASY TO PLAY. 

Easy to play; well known melodies for 
piano. Arranger 5 compiler: Joseph M. 
Estella. © 15Dec50; EP51813. J. 6 J. 
Kammen Music Company (PWH); 21Feb78; 
RE 725. 



EATING ON KNEE. See 

Untitled drawing depicting Peacock 6 
dog. (RE 3-432.) 



EH' BOI. 

Eh' boi. Words 6 music: Herve 
Cordovil. 9 15May50; EF25000. Herve 
Cordovil (A); 25May78; RE 4-153. 



EIGHT CANTILENAS FOR PIANO. 

Eight cantilenas for piano; homage to 
J. S. Bach. Words 6 music by Alexandre 
Tansman. © 18Dec50; EP51385. 
Alexandre Tansman (A) ; 1Har78; BE 684. 



EIGHT, NINE, TEN. 

Eight, nine, ten. Words and music: 
Charlotte Mansfield. © 40ct50; 
EU217513. Charlotte Mansfield (A) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-313. 



ELEMENTARY THEORY OF EQUATIONS. 

Elementary theory of eguations. By 
Samuel Borofsky. © 12Dec50; A50339. 
Samuel Borofsky (A) ; 8May78; BE 3-058. 



ELEMENTS OF FBENCH. 

Elements of French. By A. B. Swanson. 
Eevised ed. of the author's Concise 
French grammar first pub. in 1941. 
© 24Feb50; A41665. Holt, Binehart and 
Winston (PWH) ; 10Mar78; BE 1-434. 



THE ELEMENTS OF MATHEMATICAL LOGIC. 

The Elements of mathematical logic. 
By Paul C. Bosenbloom. © 29Dec50; 



1978 



COBBENT BEGISTBATIONS 



33 



THE ELEMENTS OF MATHEMATICAL (CON.) 

A53113. Paul C. Rosenbloom (A); 
29Mar78; RE 1-871. 



THE ELEMENTS OF 8ESEARCH- 

The Elements of research. By 
Frederick Lamson Hhitney. 2d ed. NH: 
rewriting. 3Har50; AU1568. 
Frederick Lamson Bhitney (A); 1Mar78; 
BE 88 3. 



ELEHENTS OF THE LAW. 

Elements of the law; 2 volumes. By 
Edward H. Levi 6 Roscoe T. Steffen. NH: 
revision. 29Sep50; A48612. Edward 
H. Levi (A) ; 31flar78; RE 2-575. 



ELKO POTTHASTER. 

Elko puttmaster; descriptive folder. 
By Ben Koodin. © 14Nov50; KK56203. 
Ben Koodin (A); 13Har78; RE 960. 



ELKOBOBD BULLETIN SCREEN DESCRIPTIVE .. 
Elkobord bulletin screen descriptive 
folder. By Ben Koodin. 6 5Sep50; 
KK532 84. Ben Koodin (A); 19Hay78; 
RE 2-980. 



ELLAS. 

Ellas. Husic: Isi Fabra (Isi Fabra 
Bover) 6 30Dec50; EFO-7198. Isi Fabra 
Bover a.k.a. Isi Fabra (A); 23Feb78; 
RE 659. 



EN ARRIERE. 

En arriere; nouvelles. By Harcel 
Ayme. 30Dec50; AFO-J720. Hadame 
Harcel Ayme, nee Barie-Antoinette Helene 
Hauricette Arnaud (i) ; 17Apr78; 
RE 2-546. 



THE ENCHANTED. 

The Enchanted; a comedy in three acts. 
By Jean Siraudouz, adapted by Maurice 
Valency. Acting ed. 6 16Nov50; DP533. 
Maurice Valency (A); 24Feb78; BE 1-116. 



ENCLOSED PBEHISES. 

Enclosed premises; a play in one act. 
By Philip Johnson. © 17Apr50; DP68. 
Philip Johnson (A); 24Feb78; RE 1-109. 



ENCO0BAGING STODENTS TO SAVE. See 
Word from Washington. (RE 3-576.) 



ENCICLOPAEDIA BBITANNICA. 

Encyclopaedia Britannica. Vols. 1-24. 
By Salter lust. 1950 "Z" print. NH: 
additions S revisions. © 1Jun50; 
A45157. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 17Feb78; RE 480. 



THE END 0' YER DAYS. 

The End o 1 yer days; a serious one act 
play. By Francis Hichael Casey. 
© Uun50; DP97. Francis Hichael Casey 
(A); 24Feb78; RE 1-110. 



ENGLISH HASTEBPIECES, V. 6. See 
Romantic and Victorian poetry. 
(RE 3-760.) 



ENGLISH HASTERPIECES, V. 7. See 
Hodern poetry. (RE 3-761.) 



ENGLISH POETIC THEORY, 1825-1865. 

English poetic theory, 1825-1865. By 
Alba H. Barren, Jr. O 13Nov50; A50343. 
Alba B. Barren, Jr. (A) ; 23Feb78; 
RE 890. 



ENTERPRISE APPLIANCES. 

Enterprise appliances. Catalog 50-A. 
By Enterprise Electric Company. 
23Sep50; AA163034. Jagua-HcKee, Inc. 
(PBH) ; 5Jun78; RE 3-917. 



ENTERTAINING BITH THE ACCORDION. 

Entertaining with the accordion. Book 
2. Author of music, compilation 6 
arrangements: J. H. Sedlon. © 30ct50; 
EP49615. J. H. Sedlon (A); 17Apr78; 
BE 2-337. 



EPISODE OF THE BANDERING KNIFE. 

Episode of the wandering knife; three 
mystery tales. By Hary Roberts 
Rinehart. 6 13Jun50; A45399. Alan G. 
Rinehart 6 Frederick B. Rinehart (C) ; 
21Har78; RE 1-157. 



EHBALANDO O HENINO DOENTE. 

Embalando o menino doente. By 
Frederica DeFreitas. Add. ti. : Cradle 
song for the sick boy; Seigenlied fuer 
den kranken Knaben. (In Six morceaux) 
18Dec50; EFO-7530. Frederica 
DeFreitas (A); 13Har78; RE 1-838. 



THE EMBROIDERED CITY. 

The Embroidered city. By Lewis David 
Gelfan. S 16Har50; A<t2051. Lewis 
David Gelfan (A); 17Har78; RE 1-443. 



EHPEDOCLE. 

Empedocle. By Raymond Guerin. 
6 20ct50; DPO-56. Hme. Baymond Guerin, 
nee Esther Sonia Benjacob (B) ; 22Hay78; 
RE 2-867. 



EMPLOYMENT AND COMPENSATION IN ... 

Employment and compensation in 
education. By George Joseph Stigler. 
(Occasional paper, no. 33) 6 3May50; 
A43711. National Bureau of Economic 
Research, Inc. (PSH) ; 7Apr78; BE 2-177. 



EMPTY HANDED. 

Empty handed. Words & music: John T. 
Peck, Billy Bright, Neal James, Marie 
Lee James S Herman Lubinsky. © 24May50; 
E0206669. John T. Peck, Neal James, 
Billy Bright, Marie Lee James 6 Herman 
Lubinsky (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-988. 



THE EMPTY-HANDED TRAVELER. 

The Empty-handed traveler. From the 
musical drama The Consul. For voice & 
piano. w S a Gian Carlo Menotti, piano 
reduction by G. Schirmer, Inc., employer 
for hire of Thomas Schippers. 
10May50; EP47014. Gian Carlo Menotti 
(A) 6 G. Schirmer, Inc. (PBH); 11Hay78; 
BE 2-823. 



EMPTY STOOL AT THE END OF THE BAR. See 
(There's an) empty stool at the end of 
the bar. (BE 688. ) 



THE END OF A LOVE AFFAIB. 

The End of a love affair. Music & 
lyrics: Edward C. Bedding. © 10Apr50; 
E0200035. Edward C. Bedding (A) ; 
21Jun78; RE 4-095. 



THE END OF THE Y0BA KID. 

The End of the Yuma Kid. By 
Trendle-Holt. (The Lone Banger, no. 
2653-1878) 6 13Jan50; D023137. Lone 
Banger Television, Inc. (PBH); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-518. 



ENFANTINES. See 

Oeuvres completes de Valery Larbaud. 
(BE 2-863.) 



LES ENFANTS S'AMOSENT. See 
Alio le cieL. (BE 910.) 
C'est ta fete maman. (BE 909.) 



ENGINE N0HBEB NINE. 

Engine number nine; piano solo. 
Busic: Salty Holmes (Floyd Holmes) 
6 29Dec50; EP52160. Floyd "Salty" 
Holmes (A) ; 7Bar78; BE 768. 



THE ENGINEEBING PBOFESSION. 

The Engineering profession. By 
Theodore J. Hoover 6 John Charles 
Lounsbury Fish. NM: updating. 
O 26Sep50; A48249. Hildred Brooks 
Hoover Billis 6 Lounsbury S. Fish (C) 
1Bay78; BE 3-275. 



THE ENGLAND OF ELIZABETH. 

The England of Elizabeth. By A. L. 
Bowse. 3 24Nov50, AI-3048; 15Hay51 (in 
notice: 1950), A55430. A. L. Bowse 
(A) ; 8May78; BE 3-065. 



ENGLISH HASTEBPIECES, V. 3. See 
Benaissance poetry. (BE 3-758.) 



ENGLISH HASTEBPIECES, V. 4. See 
Milton. (RE 3-759.) 



THE EPISTLE OF PA0L TO THE THESSA- ... 

The Epistle of Paul to the Thes- 
salonians. By Billiam Neil. @ 9Har50, 
AI-2685; 19Apr50, A43794. Billiam Neil 
(A) ; 21Jun78; BE 4-058. 



ON EBOE DEL NOSTBO TEMPO. See 

On Heros de notre temps. (BE 2-543.) 



ESPANA A T0S PIES. 

Espana a tus pies. Letra y musica: 
Hanuel Alvarez Baciste. © 29Dec50; 
EFO-5996. Barina Alvarez Benteria (NK) 
13Bar78; BE 1-460. 



ESPECIALLY AT MIDNIGHT. 

Especially at midnight. By Margaret 
B. Dodge. © 15Dec50; AA171285. 
Margaret R. Dodge (A) ; 30Har78; 
RE 1-823. 



ESQ0IBE. 

Esguire. Vol. 33, no. 3, Mar. 1950. 

© 1Feb50; B235523. Esguire Magazine, 

Inc. (PCB); 19Jan78; BE 186. 



ESTO ES EL FADO. 

Esto es el fado. Bords: A. Nazare, 
music: Fernando Carvalho. © 29Dec50; 
EFO-18161. Busica del Sur (PBH); 
3JU178; RE 3-802. 



ESTO ES EL FADO. 

Esto es el fado. Bords: A. Nazare, 
music: Fernando Carneiro DeCarvalho. 
© 29Dec50; EF18161. Modesto Rosa 
DeCarvalho (B) , Antonio Sergio Bosa 
DeCarvalho & Ana Paula Bosa DeCarvalho 
(C) ; 18Bay78; RE 4-139. 



ESTO ES FELICIDAD. 

Esto es felicidad. Bords 6 music: 
Bobby Collazo, Orlando DeLaBosa & Jose 
Carbo Henendez. © 29Dec50; EFO-7295. 
Peer International Corporation (PBH of 
Orlando DeLaBosa) ; 27Feb78; BE 720, 



3l» 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



ESTO ES FELICIDAD. 

Esto es felicidad. Words £ music: 
Bobby Collazo, Orlando DeLaRosa 6 Jose 
Carbo Henendez. O 29Dec50; EPO-7295. 
Jose Carbo Henendez (A); 27Feb78; 
BE 72 1. 



ESTO ES FELICIDAD. 

Esto es felicidad. Hocds £ music: 
Bobby Collazo (Roberto Collazo) , Orlando 
DeLaRosa E Jose Cacbo Henendez. 
29Dec50; EFO-7295. Roberto Collazo 
(Bobby Collazo) (A) ; 27Feb78; RE 722. 



L'ETREINTE DO KALAHARI. 

L'Etreinte du Kalahari. By Francois 
Balsan. Add. ti. : Premiere expedition 
Erancaise au Desert Rouge 1948. 
27Nov50; AFO-3689. Hadame Francois 
Balsan, nee Harie-Louise Gouin (W) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-549. 



ETODE. 

Etude. Op. 10, no. 2. By Frederick 

Chopin, transcription for violin S 

piano: Tossy Spivakovsky. NM: 

transcription. 9 9Feb50; EP45209. 
Tossy Spivakovsky (A); 12Hay78; 
RE 3-114. 



EVERY INCH A LADY. 

Every inch a lady; a play. By Dorothy 
Gluck Selbach. 26Sep50; D025559. 
Dorothy Gluck Selbach (A); 17Hay78; 
RE 2-971. 



EVERYBODY CALLS HE HONEY. 

Everybody calls me honey. Author and 
composer: Stuart Hamblen. O 18Jan50; 
E0190636. Stuart Hamblen (A); 6Har78; 
RE 1-153. 



EVERYBODY IS YOUR PARTNER IN NEW YOBK. 

Everybody is your partner in New York. 
w E in Johnny Mercer. © 15Dec50; 
E0224370. Elizabeth Mercer (R) , John 
Jefferson Mercer 6 Georgia Amanda Corwin 
(C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-038. 



EVERYBODY KNEW BOT ME. 

Everybody knew but me. Words and 
music: Roy King. 6 26Dec50; EP51866. 
Boy King (A); 6Har78; BE 786. 



EVEBYBODY SPEAKS. 

Everybody speaks. By Jack Martin 
Kohe. © 21Jul50; J469U0. Ida Kohe (W) 
6 Karyl J. Kleinman (C) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 2-026. 



Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 2Feb78; RE 426. 



EXCHANGE ORANGE DRINK. 

Exchange orange drink; print. By 
California Fruit Growers Exchange. 
S 3JU150; KK52616. Sunkist Growers, 
Inc. (PHH) ; 7Apr78; RE 2-165. 



EXCITEMENT IN APPLEBY STREET. 

Excitement in Appleby Street. By Eda 
6 Richard Crist. © 22Jun50; A45214. 
Children's Press Division, Regensteiner 
Publishing Enterprises, Inc. (PWH) ; 
17Apr78; BE 2-281. 



EXCITING LOVE. 

Exciting love. Vol. 15, no. 3, Mar. 
1950. © 5Jan50; B23S211. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 3-976. 



EXCITING LOVE. 

Exciting love. Vol. 16, no. 1, summer 
1950. © "AprSO; B244410. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 3-978. 



ETODE. 

Etude. Op. 10, no. 6. By Frederic 
Chopin, transcription for violin S 
piano: Tossy Spivakovsky. NM: 
transcription. © 9Feb50; EP45210. 
Tossy Spivakovsky (A); 12May78; 
RE 3-115. 



ETODE. 

Etude. Op. 27, no. 3 (posth. ) By 
Frederick Chopin, transcription for 
violin E piano: Tossy Spivakovsky. NH: 
transcription. 9 9Feb50; EP45211. 
Tossy Spivakovsky (A); 12May78; 
RE 3-116. 



E0ROPEAN TRAVEL GOIDE. See 

Newman's European travel guide. 
(RE 2-346.) 



EVENING IN VIENNA. 

Evening in Vienna. From A Thousand 
and one nights. For mixed voices S 
piano. By Johann Strauss [Johann 
Strauss, Jr. ], arr. Kendall Wayne, 
pseud, of Harold Noble. NH: arr. 
9 26Aug50; EFO-4725. Harold Noble (A) ; 
10May78; RE 2-669. 



EVERYBODY'S GOT A GIRL BOT ME. 

Everybody's got a girl but me. w 
Sherman Feller, m Mario J. DiNapoli. 
6 20Sep50; E02 15982. Sherman Feller 
(A) ; 22May78; RE 3-266. 

EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY, NO. 641 A. See 
New England: Indian summer. 
(RE 1-786.) 



EVERYTHING WILL HAPPEN FOR THE BEST. 

Everything will happen for the best. 
Words £ music: Salter Louis Longval. 
© 15May50; E0203857. Jeanne Eosilda 
Campbell (formerly Longval) (PPW) ; 
5May78; RE 2-739. 



EVIL EYE FLEAGLE. 

Evil Eye Fleagle. Words 6 music: 
David Lambert. 9 7Nov50; E0220587. 
David Lambert (A); 10Apr78; RE 3-315. 



EVIL HEARTED SOMAN. 

Evil hearted woman. Lyrics S music: 
Bernice Carter. © 22Sep50; E0216308. 
Bernice Carter (A) ; 16Jan78; RE 450. 



EXCITING LOVE. 

Exciting love. Vol. 16, no. 2, fall 
1950. © 6JU150; B259576. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW); 29Jun78; 
RE 3-980. 



EXCITING LOVE. 

Exciting love. Vol. 16, no. 3, winter 
1951. © 13Oct50; B274202. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 3-983. 



EXERCISES FOR TEXAS: THE STORY OF . . . 

Exercises for Texas: the story of the 
Lone Star State. By George C. Hester, 
W. C. Nunn £ Rosa May Henson. 
© 14Feb50; AA143195. Holt, Rinehart 
and Winston (PWH) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-436. 



EXISTENCE THEOREMS IN PARTIAL 

Existence theorems in partial 
differential eguations. By Dorothy L. 
Bernstein. (Annals of mathematics 
studies, no. 23) © 2Oct50; A48140. 
Dorothy L. Bernstein (A) ; 16Jan78; 
BE 117. 



EVENT0ALLY. 

Eventually. w E m Glen T. Moore E 
Buddy DuFault. 9 260ct50; E0219505. 
Glen T. Moore (A) ; 6Mar78; BE 983. 



THE EVEBLASTING FOOD. See 

The Listening child. (RE 3-571.) 



EVERY DAY I'M GETTING NEARER TO THE .. 
Every day I'm getting nearer to the 
Lord. Words E music: Robert L. 
Patterson. 9 18Dec50; E0224070. 
Robert L. Patterson (A) ; 8May78; 
RE 3-381. 



EVERY DAY IS MOTHER'S DAY. 

Every day is Bother's Day. Words £ 
music: William A. Dillon S Henry Tobias. 
© 8Hay50; E0203161. Henry Tobias (A), 
William A. Dillon, Jr. B Beverly Graves 
(C of William A. Dillon) ; 28Apr78; 
RE 2-606. 



EV'RY OTHER DAY. 

Ev'ry other day. w Hughie Prince 
(Hugh Prince) , m Bobby Sherwood. 
© 21Nov50; E0222217. Michael Prince 
(C) ; 6Jun78; BE 3-547. 



EV'BYBODY BANTS TO GO TO HEAVEN, BOT ... 

Ev'rybody wants to go to heaven, but 
nobody wants to die. For voice E piano. 
By Timmie Rogers, Al Fields £ Tom 
Delaney. © 30Dec50; EP52237. Timmie 
Rogers (A) ; 3Jan78; BE 2. 



ERIG 0ND DREI TAGE. 

Ewig and drei Tage. Piano. Music: 
Norbert Schultze, words: Willy Dehael. 
© 29Dec50; EFO-8425. Norbert Schultze 
(A); 30May78; RE 3-405. 



EXAMINATIONS BEFORE TRIAL. 

Examinations before trial. Vol. 1-2. 
By Edward J. McCullen. Hev. ed. Appl. 
states copyright not claimed on material 
from 0. S. Govt, sources. 9 on revisions 
E additions: 24Feb50; A41631. The 



EXPLORING THE BIBLE. 

Exploring the Bible. By Frank E. 
Gaebelein. NM: revisions. © 20Dec50; 
A50960. Frank E. Gaebelein (A) ; 
13Mar78; RE 1-427. 



EXTERIOR-INTERIOR FINISH FOR THE ... 

Exterior-interior finish for the small 
house. By Lee Frankl. © 27Apr50; 
A43478. Lee Frankl (A) ; 3Apr78; 
RE 2-120. 



THE EYES OF DISCOVERY. 

The Eyes of discovery. By John 
Bakeless. © 11Oct50; A49026. John 
Bakeless (A); 3Feb78; RE 377. 



EZIO PINZA ALB0M OF CONCERT SONGS £ 
ARIAS. See 
Non piu andrai. (RE 4-238.) 



1978 



COHEENT REGISTRATIONS 



35 



FOR. 

F D R; a pictorial biography. By 
Stefan Lorant. 21Nov50; A50330. 
Stefan Lorant (A) ; 26Jun78; RE 4-253. 



THE FABLES OF AESOP. See 

Joseph Jacobs' The Fables of Aesop. 
(RE 3-054.) 



THE FACE OF SPAIN. 

The Face of Spain. By Gerald Brenan. 
0. S. ea. pub. 150ct51, A59966. 
9 11Dec50; AIO-1105. Gerald Brenan 
(A) ; 21Feb78; RE 1-107. 



FACTORS AFFECTING THE DEHAND FOE 

Factors affecting the demand for 
consumer installment sales credit. 
Photograph: Avram Leib Kisselgoff. 
© 13Nov50; JP716. National Bureau of 
Economic Research, Inc. (PHH) ; 7Apr78; 
RE 2-185. 



Glover. 28Dec50; E0226421. Hayne 
Raney 6 Henry Bernard Glover (A) , Zella 
Nathan (W) , Beverly Engelhardt 6 Nat 
Nathan (C of Sydney Nathan) ; 26Jan78; 
BE 371. 



FANFARES. 

Panfares. For band. Composer: 
Theodore N. Harier. 6 20Dec50; 
EP51895. A. P. Schmidt Company (PHH); 
10Mar78; RE 925. 



FANTASTIC ADVENTOBES, SEPT. 1950. See 
The Fifth child. (RE 2-582.) 



FANTASTIC STORY QUARTERLY. 

Fantastic story quarterly, fol. 2, 
no. 1, winter 1951. 6 24Oct50; 
B274237. CBS Publications, the 
consumer publishing division of C B S, 
Inc. (PCS); 29Jun78; RE 3-985. 



FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION, FALL 1950. 
See 
Built up logically. (BE 2-143.) 



FABM JO0RNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 10, Oct. 
1950. O 18Sep50; B264229. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCS); 17Jan78; BE 79. 



FARM JO0BNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 12, Dec. 
1950. O 20Nov50; B274138. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCH) ; 17Jan78; BE 80. 



FARM JO0RNAL. 

Farm jocrnal. Vol. 74, no. 11, Nov. 
1950. © 160ct50; B268548. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCW) ; 17Jan78; BE 81. 



FASCINACION. 

Fascinacion. Orig. words 6 music: F. 
D. Barchetti 6 M. OeFeraudy, adaptation 
(letra espagnole) : Jose Pal Latorre. 
Add. ti. : Fascination. NM: Spanish 
lyrics. 6 27Dec50; EF 17442. Jose Pal 
Latorre (A); 6Har78; BE 1-199. 



FASCINATION. See 

Fascinacion. (BE 1-199.) 



FAIREST OF THE FINEST. 

Fairest of the finest. By R K O 
Pathe, Inc. (Screenliner) 8 60ct50; 
MP847. Harian B. , Inc. (PHH); 12Jun78; 
BE 3-660. 



FAB AWAY — CHRISTMAS BL0ES. 

Far away — Christmas blues. Hords & 
music: Johnny Otis. © 4Oct50; 
E0217354. Johnny Otis (A) ; 10Apr78; 
BE 1-703. 



FAST TBAIN THBO0GH ARKANSAS. 

Fast train through Arkansas. Hords 6 
music: Alton Delmore & Rabon Delmore. 
© 21Jun50; E0207533. Norma Delmore 
Heiner (C of Alton Delmore) ; 3Mar78; 
BE 1-515. 



FAITH IS THE ANSHER. 

Faith is the answer. By Norman 
Vincent Peale & Smiley Blanton. NM: 
additions 6 revisions. © 19May50; 
A47395. Norman Vincent Peale & Smiley 
Blanton (A); 3May78; BE 2-727. 



THE FALL OF ICABOS. 

The Fall of Icarus. By Peeter 
Brueghel [ Pieter Bruegel, the elder], 
author of renewable matter: Anton 
Schutz. © 12JU150; H1892. New York 
Graphic Society, Ltd. (PHH) ; 7dar78; 
BE 1-003. 



FARH JOURNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 75, no. 1, Jan. 
1951. © 18Dec50; B278444. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCi) ; 17Jan78; BE 70. 



FABH JOORNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 2, Feb. 
1950. © 16Jan50; B228747. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCH); 17Jan78; BE 71. 



FABH JOOBNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 3, Mar. 
1950. © 20Feb50; B233130. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCH); 17Jan78; BE 72. 



FATAL LETTEB. 

Fatal letter. w & m Leon Payne. 
© 29Dec50; E0224813. Hyrtie V. Payne 
(H) ; 16Feb78; BE 591. 



FATE. 

Fate. Vol. 4, no. 1, Jan. 1951. 
© 7Dec50; B308195. Clark Publishing 
Company (PCH); 16Jan78; RE 67. 



THE FATHERS OF THE CHOBCH, V. 10. See 
Tertullian: Apologetical works. 
(BE 3-391.) 



THE FALL OF SINGAPORE. 

The Fall of Singapore. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 133) © 13Oct50; AA164024. 
Lady Sara Audley S Lady Soames (C) ; 
21Jun78; RE 3-487. 



THE FALL OF THE D0TCH EAST INDIES. 

The Fall of the Dutch East Indies. By 
Hinston Spencer Churchill. (Churchill 
memoirs, episode 135) © 17Oct50; 
AA164 456. Lady Sara Audley 6 Lady 
Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-490. 



FALSE COLORS. 

False colors; a comedy in three acts. 
By Thomas Sutton, pseud, of James Beach. 
© 8Nov50; DP438. Samuel French, Inc. 
(PHH); 24Feb78; RE 1-114. 



FALSIES FOR THAT GLAHO0R LOOK. 

Falsies for that glamour look. By I. 
Fishlove. © 50ct50; KK54663. H. 
Fishlove & Company (PHH) ; 21Apr78; 
BE 2-192. 



A FAHILY BOHANCE. 

A Family romance. By Elizabeth 

Pollet. © 11NOV50; A50915. Elizabeth 

Pollet (A); 28Har78; BE 1-767. 



THE FAHILY TREE M0STA FELL ON HE. 

The Family tree musta fell on ae. 
Hords and music: Hayne Raney, Sydney 
Nathan a.k.a. Lois Mann, G Henry Bernard 



FABH JOOBNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 4, Apr. 
1950. © 20Har50; B237522. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCH); 17Jan78; BE 73. 



FABH JOOBNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 5, May 
1950. © 17Apr50; B242121. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCH); 17Jan78; BE 74. 



FARH JOOBNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 6, June 
1950. © 22Hay50; B247379. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCW); 17Jan78; BE 75. 



FABH JOOBNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 7, July 
1950. © 19Jun50; B251094. Faro 
Journal, Inc. (PCH); 17Jan78; BE 76. 



FABH JOOBNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 8, Aug. 
1950. 6 17JU150; B255347. Farm 
Journal, Inc. (PCH); 17Jan78; BE 77. 



FARH JOOBNAL. 

Farm journal. Vol. 74, no. 9, Sept. 
1950. © 21Aug50; B260212. Farm 
Journal. Inc. (PCH); 17Jan78; BE 78. 



FA0ST. See 

Balletmusik fra "Faust." (BE 1-832.) 



FAWCETT'S F0NNY ANIHALS. 

Fawcett's Funny animals. Vol. 12, no. 
69, Feb. 1951. © 3Nov50; B275S08. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PHH) ; 
30Jan78; BE 147. 



FEAR THO0 NOT. 

Fear thou not. Husic arr. Perry R. 
Beed. (In The Choir leader. May 1950) 
NH: music arr. © 29Mar50; B241552. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PHH) ; 
27Mar78; BE 1-884. 



FEDERAL CODE ANNOTATED. 

Federal code annotated. Cumulative 
pocket supplement, 1950. No. 1-6, 6A, 
8A, 9, 9A, 10, 10A, 11, 12. Title 28, 
pt. 1-4, title 28, pt. 5-6. Index A-L, 
index M-Z. © 31Mar50; AA146815. The 
Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
(PHH); 10flar78; BE 1-439. 



FEDEBAL CODE ANNOTATED. 

Federal code annotated. Annotations 
to uncodified laws, 1950. Appl. states 
copyright not claimed on text of 
statutes. © 31Hay50; AA152823. The 
Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 11May78; BE 2-786. 



36 



BENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



PBDBBAL CODE ANNOTATED. 

Federal code annotated. Tables, 1950. 
28Jun50; A45264. The Lawyers 
Co-operative Publishing Company (PUH) ; 
12Jun78; BE 1-080. 



FIGURE OF BOY WITH WHEELBARROW. 

Figure of boy with wheelbarrow. By 
Edward Simpson Hazel. 12Jun50; 
GP449. Vanita M. Hazel (W) ; 7Jun78; 
HE 3-551. 



FIRST DAY OF SUMHEB. 

First day of summer; a comedy of youth 
in 3 acts. By Hilda Mantling, pseud, of 
James Beach. O 16Aug50; DP239. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PWH) ; 24Feb78; BE 1-112. 



FEDEBAL CODE ANNOTATED, TITLE 18—1950. 

Federal Code annotated. Title 
18—1950. O 19Apr50; A43420. The 
Lawyers co-operative Publishing Company 
(PHH) ; 20Apr78; BE 3-233. 



FIGOBE OF BABBIT SITTING BY STOMP. 

Figure of rabbit sitting by stump. By 
Edward Simpson Hazel. O 12Jun50; 
GP448. Vanita M. Hazel (W) ; 7Jun78; 
BE 3-55 2. 



FIBST MOVEMENT OF SYMPHONY IN D. 

First movement of Symphony in D. By 
Muzio Clementi, rev. by Alfredo Casella, 
piano arr. Clarence Paul Herfurth. NM: 
art. e 30Nov50; EP51081. Clarence P. 
Herfurth (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-853. 



FEED BE, BABY. 

Feed me, baby. Words £ music: W. B. 
McGhee- O 9Aug50; E0211806. W. B. 
McGhee (A); 10Apr78; BE 1-662. 



FELIX ZAMORA. 

Felix Zanora. Letra y musica: Jose 
Moreno C. O 28Dec50; EF18174. Jose 
Moreno C. (A); 13Mar78; BE 1-478. 



FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN WALTZ. 

Festival of Britain waltz. Music by 
•David caryll, dance steps by Cyril M. 
Farmer. © 1Dec50; EFO-6540. J. Caryll 
(W) ; 13Bar78; BE 1-290. 



FESTIVALS S A. 

Festivals USA. By Robert E. Meyer, 
Jr. 9 22Nov50; A49812. Robert E. 
Beyer, Jr. (A); 8May78; RE 2-591. 



FEUDIN' AND FIGHTIN'. 

Feudin* and fightin". Arr. for 4 part 
male chorus: William Stickles. NB : arr. 
9 31Dec50; EP53108. Chappell S 
Company, Inc. (PWH) ; 16Feb78; RE 655. 



FEUDIN' MOUNTAIN BOYS. 

Feudin' mountain boys. By LeBoma 

Rose. 9 6Sep50; DP341. J. Vincent 

Heuer (PWH); 17Mar78; RE 1-339. 



FIDDLEFOOT. 

Fiddlefoot. m Sheldon Paige Fay, w 
Andrus Jackson Hand. 9 18Apr50; 
E0200902. Sheldon P. Fay 6 Andrus 
Jackson Hand (A); 3Apr78; RE 2-019. 



FIDDLIN' BOOGIE. 

Fiddlin' boogie. Words S music: 
Curley Williams. 9 30Dec50; EP51627. 
Mrs. Curley Williams (W) ; 20Bar78; 
RE 1-192. 



THE FIELD OF MOSIC, V. 4. See 

On studying singing. (RE 1-864.) 



FIJI. See 

Guadal Canal. 



(BE 3-262. 



FILET MIGNON. 

Filet mignon. For piano. m Alec 
Templeton. 9 29Nov50; EP50888. Julie 
Templeton (W) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-304. 



FINAL COPY. 

Final copy. By Jay Barbette, pseud, 
of Bart Spicer. 9 25Sep50; A48068. 
Betty Coe Spicer (W) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-951. 



FIND THIS MAN, WITH B0LLETS. See 

Contributions by Harry Whittington. 
(RE 3-864.) 



FINE POINTS OF FURNITOBE: EARLY 

Fine points of furniture: early 
American. By Albert Sack. 9 15Dec50; 
A50726. Albert Sack (A); 4Jan78; BE 12. 



FINLAND. 

Finland. By C. S. Hammond S Company. 
9 13Oct50; F8246. Hammond, Inc. (PWH) ; 

8Bar78; RE 1-149. 



FINLANDIA, THE STOBY OF SIBELIUS. 

Finlandia, the story of Sibelius. By 
Elliot Arnold £ Lolita Granahan. Bev. 
ed. NH: corrected £ revised ed. of the 
1941 book. 9 3Mar50; A42123. Elliot 
Arnold (A) ; 21Apr78; RE 2-455. 



THE FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN, AND OTHEB 

The Fire on the mountain, and other 
Ethiopian stories. By Harold Courlander 
6 Wolf Leslau. 9 4Apr50; A43199. 
Harold Courlander 6 Wolf Leslau (A) ; 
10Bay78; RE 2-784. 



FIBEWALL BOILEB WITH CONSOflEB HEAD. 

Firewall boiler with consumer head. 
By Stewart William Greenleaf. 
© 180ct50; AA165592. Stewart William 
Greenleaf (A); 9Mar78; BE 1-229. 



FIBST POEMS. 

First poems. By James Berrill. NH: 
compilation 6 additions. 9 14Dec50; 
A50734. James Merrill (A); 19May78; 
BE 2-998. 



FIVE DANCES. 

Five dances. Op. 1. For piano solo. 
By Paul Creston. 9 310ct50; EP50335. 
Paul Creston (A); 7Jul78; BE 4-108. 



FIVE LITTLE MILES FROM SAN BEBDOO. 

Five little miles from San Berdoo. w 
6 m Sam Coslow. 9 14Sep51 (in notice: 
1950); EP57805. Sam Coslow (A); 
6Jan78; RE 867. 



FIVE SEBMONS. 

Five sermons. By Joseph Butler, 
editing, compilation 6 introduction by 
Stuart B. Brown, Jr. 9 25Apr50; 
A44922. Stuart M. Brown, Jr. (A); 
10Apr78; BE 2-205. 



FLATB0SH, FLOBIDA. 

Flatbush, Florida. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. © 7Jul50; MP347. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 20flar78; BE 1-522. 



FLIES. 

Flies. By J. Edson Leonard. 
6 20Nov50; A52636. J. Edson Leonard 
(A) ; 28Mar78; BE 1-768. 



FLIGHT OF YOOTH. 

Flight of youth. By Hovsep Pushman. 
9 25Apr50; G016093. Arsene Pushman £ 
Armand Pushman (C) ; 8Jun78; BE 2-984. 



FLOPPY. 

Floppy. w John Leslie McFarland, m 
Billy floore, Jr. 9 2Feb50; ED193554. 
Gloria E. McFarland (W) , Lorna McFarland 
£ Joanne McFarland (C) ; 6Apr78; 
BE 2-156. 



FIELDS OF GBAIN. 

Fields of grain. For three-part 
ladies voices S.S.A. with piano ace. 
Words and music by Thusnelda Bircsak. 
9 Uul50; EP48558. Thusnelda Bircsak 
(A) ; 28Feb78; BE 834. 



THE FIFTH CHILD. 

The Fifth child. By August Derleth. 
(In Fantastic adventures, Sept. 1950) 
9 18JU150; B256152. April Derleth 
Smith 6 Walden W. Derleth (C) ; 27Apr78; 
BE 2-582. 



FIFTY TEACHEBS TO A CLASSBOOH. 

Fifty teachers to a classroom. By 
Committee on Human Besources of the 
Metropolitan School study Council. 
© 26Dec50; A50767. Hacmillan 
Publishing Company, Inc., formerly The 
Hacmillan Company (PCW) ; 9Jun78; 
BE 3-755. 



A FIRM FAITH FOB TODAY. 

A Firm faith for today. By Harold 
Augustus Bosley. © IMarSO; A41908. 
Margaret M. Bosley (W) ; 27Bar78; 
BE 1-428. 



THE FIRST CHEISTBAS. 

The First Christmas. Editor: Margaret 
Bichards Friskey, artist: Lillian 
Wuerfel. Text adapted from Gospel 
according to Luke. NM: adaptation. 
© Uun50; AA152730. Children's Press 
Division, Begensteiner Publishing 
Enterprises, Inc. (PWH) ; 17Apr78; 
BE 2-283. 



THE FIRST CHRISTMAS. 

The First Christmas. For voice £ 
piano, w Elizabeth Fleming, m Celius 
Dougherty. 9 10Jul50; EP47949. Celius 
Dougherty (A) ; 12May78; RE 3-126. 



FLYIN' SAOCERS. 

Flyin' saucers. Words £ music: 
Raymond Bowell. 9 IONovSO; EU220868. 
Raymond Bowell (A); 10Apr78; HE 1-674. 



THE FLYING MISSILE. 

The Flying missile. By Columbia 
Pictures Corporation. © 31Dec50 (in 
notice: 1951) ; LPS77. Columbia 
Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH) ; 
20Bar78; BE 1-596. 



FOLIE DE SAGES. 

Folie de sages. By Delly, pseud, of 
Barie £ Frederic Petijean DeLaBosiere. 
© 20Dec50; AFO-3684. Societe des Gens 
de Lettres de France (PPW) ; 17Apr78; 
BE 2-557. 



FOLK SONGS OF THE FOUB SEASONS. 

Folk songs of the four seasons. New £ 
original arr. as a cantata for women's 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



37 



FOLK SONGS OF THE FOOR SEASONS. (CON.) 
voices of traditional folk songs: Ralph 
Vaughan Williams. NH: acr. UunSO; 
EFO-4131. Dcsula Vaughan Williams (W) ; 
25«ay78; RE 3-258. 



POLLOW CLOSE TO JESOS. 

Follow close to Jesus. (lusic 6 words: 
Walter R. Clarice S Rene Bronner. (In 
The Volunteer choir, June 1950) 
9 20Apr50; B246286. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-901. 



FOLLOW HE. 

Follow me. No. K1236. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Mary Robertson Hoses) Rev. 
26Apr50; 5316130. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; BE 1-631. 



FOLLOW THOO HE. 

Follow thou He; five New Testament 
scenes and an epilogue. By Conrad 
Carter. © 16Oct50; DP1 18. N. B. 
Carter (W) ; 7Har78; RE 1-145. 



FONTEGO'S FOLLY. 

Fontego's folly. By Andrew Garve. 
9 10Hay50; A43867. Andrew Garve (A) 
24Feb78; RE 801. 



THE FOOLISH GENTLEWOHAN. 

The Foolish gentlewoman; a play in 
three acts. By Hargery Sharp (Margery 
Sharp Castle) 6 1Jun50; DP152. 
Hargery Sharp Castle (A) ; 7Mar78; 
RE 1-111. 



FOOTBALL'S MIGHTY HOSTANG. 

Football's mighty mustang. By R K 
Pathe, Inc. (Sportscope) 6 20Oct50; 
HP747. Marian B. , Inc. (PWH); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-659. 



FOOTLOOSE IN CANADA. 

Footloose in Canada. By Horace 
Sutton. © 12May50; A43916. Horace 
Sutton (A); 8Jun78; RE 3-74 1. 



FOOTLOOSE IN ITALY. 

Footloose in Italy. By Horace Sutton. 
6 31May50; A44698. Horace Sutton (A) ; 
8Jun78; RE 3-744. 



FOOTPRINTS. 

Footprints; a volume of poetry. By 
Estrella Lake Montgomery. © 1Nov50; 
A50364. Estrella Lake Montgomery (A); 
19Apr78; RE 2-195. 



FOOTSTEPS ON THE STAIR. 

Footsteps on the stair. By Myron 
Brinig. 6 22Hay50; A44S57. Myron 
Brinig (A) ; 8Jun78; RE 3-743. 



FOR ALWAYS. 

For always. English lyrics: Bob 
Scott, pseud, of Bobby Worth, Spanish 
words 6 music: Ernesto Lecaona. Add. 
ti. : Por que no vienes. NM: English 
lyrics. © 20Dec50; EP52177. Bobby 
Worth (pseud.: Bob Scott) (A); 24Feb78; 
RE 696. 



FOR AN IDEAL BABY. 

For an ideal baby. © 18Hay50; 
KK50959. Mrs. Day's Ideal Baby Shoe 
Company, Inc. (PWH); 5Jun78; RE 3-169. 



FOB CRYING OUT LOOD. 

For crying out loud. Words & music: 
Frank Porter. © 27Dec50; EP51784. 
Frank Porter (A); 20Mar78; RE 1-013. 



FOR US IS A CHILD BORN. See 
Alleluia! (O sing with joy) 
(RE 2-173.) 



THE FORBES SCRAPBOOK OF THO0GHTS ON .. 
The Forbes scrapbook of thoughts on 
the business of life. © 6Nov50; 
A54683. Forbes, Inc., formerly B. C. 
Forbes & Sons Publishing Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 29Jun78; RE 3-708. 



FORBIDDEN ISLAND. 

Forbidden island. By Edward Buell 
Hungerford. © 24May50; A45557. Edward 
Buell Hungerford (A); 7Feb78; RE 739. 



FORBIDDEN LOVE. 

Forbidden love. w 6 m Arthur 
Kapewaokeao Parker, Jr., arr. Jean 
Waltz. © 15Hay50; ED203767. Arthur K. 
Parker, Jr. (A) ; 18Apr78; RE 2-369. 



FORDHAH LAW REVIEW. 

Fordhata law review. Vol. 18, no. 2, 
Nov. 1949. © 27Jan50; B231888. 
Fordham Oniversity (PCW) ; 27Jan78; 
RE 317. 



FORDHAM LAW REVIEW. 

Fordham law review. Vol. 19, no. 1, 
Mar. 1950. © 31May50; B249336. 
Fordham Law Review (PCW) ; 23Jun78; 
RE 3-907. 



FOREVER AT HOME. 

Forever at home. The Day of all days. 
When Jesus prayed. For ladies' voices. 
By Herbert George Tovey. (Three songs 
of comfort and cheer) © 5Nov50; 
EP78369. Eva Margaret Tovey (W) ; 
16Jun78; RE 4-074. 



FOREVER FAITHF0L. 

Forever faithful. By John Philip 
Sousa, lyrics: Albert Gamse 6 Sylvia 
Greene. Add. ti.: Semper fidelis. NH: 
lyrics. © 16Aug50; EU212464. Sylvia 
Greene (A) ; 23May78; RE 3-379. 



FORHER LETTESKENNY HOMES. 

Former Letterkenny homes. By William 
Warren Britton. © 16May50; F7446. 
William Warren Britton (A); 31Jan78; 
RE 320. 



FORT WORTH MEHORIES. 

Fort Worth memories. Words: Billy 
Nail, music: Shep Sessoms. © 10Nov50; 
E0220901. Billy Nail (A); 19Jun78; 
RE 3-807. 



FORTONE. 

Fortune. Vol. 43, no. 1, Jan. 1951. 

© 25Dec50; B280007. Time, Inc. (PCW); 

3Har78; RE 1-208. 



LA FOSSE A0X VENTS. 

La Fosse aux vents. 2: La Peau du 
diable. By Roger Vercel. © 17Nov50; 
AFO-3699. Madame Roger Vercel, nee 
Madeleine Adam (W) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-547. 



FOOR AMERICAN CAROLS FOR ORGAN WITH 

Four American carols for organ with 
Hammond registration. Arr. 6 adaptation 
by John Jacob Niles, Hammond organ 
registration by G. Schirmer, employer 
for hire of Charles Paul. NM: 
adaptation 6 arr. © 31May50; EP47261. 
John Jacob Niles (A) G G. Schirmer, Inc. 
(PWH); 11May78; RE 2-824. 



FOUR CHRISTHAS CAROLS. 

Four Christmas carols. For unison 
voices 6 organ. Music by Paul C. 
Tonner. © 6Dec50; EP51890. Paul C. 
Tonner (A); 10Har78; RE 939. 



F00B F0G0ES. 

Four fugues. Op. 72. For piano. By 
Robert Schumann, editing: Harold Bauer. 
NH: editing. © 15Feb50; EP45123. G. 
Schirmer, Inc. (PWH); 12May78; RE 3-111. 



FOOR MARCHES. 

Four marches. Op. 76. For piano. By 
Robert Schumann, editing: Harold Bauer. 
NM: editing. © 15Feb50; EP45124. G. 
Schirmer, Inc. (PWH); 12May78; RE 3-112. 



FOOB SOLO S0ITES. 

Four solo suites. For trombone. Arr. 
Vobaron S Ostrander, re-arr. for 
trombone, changes in music 6 text: Allen 
Ostrander. NM: re-arr., changes in 
music E text. © 15Nov50; EP51417. 
Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini (PWH) ; 
12Apr78; RE 2-246. 



F'R INSTANCE. 

F'r instance. Words and music: Harry 
Woods. © 21Aug50; E0212833. Livia Nye 
Woods (W) , John HacGregor Woods, David 
Darby Woods & Ralph Walton Woods (C) ; 
11May78; RE 2-759. 



FRAME OP. 

Frame up. By Trendle-Striker. (The 
Lone Ranger, no. 2681-1906) © 20Har50; 
D023887. Lone Ranger Television, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 16Jun78; BE 3-535. 



FRANKIE CABLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA. 

Frankie Carle and his orchestra. By 
Universal Pictures Company, Inc. 
© 28Feb51 (in notice: 1950) ; LP821. 
Oniversal City Studios, Inc. (PHH) ; 
27Apr78; BE 2-490. 



FRANKLIN SENTIMENTAL. 

Franklin sentimental. By Phyllis 
HcGinley. (In Harper's magazine, Dec. 
1950) © 1Dec50; B275888. Phyllis 
HcGinley (A) ; 16Jan78; RE 51. 



FREIGHT TRAIN BOOGIE. 

Freight train boogie. Music: Mario 
DeLagarde 6 Johnny Otis. © 21Jul50; 
E0210245. Hario DeLagarde 6 Johnny Otis 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-661. 



FREIGT NIT BEI MIR. 

Freigt nit bei mir. Husic by 
Alexander Olshanetsky. © 110ct50; 
E0217940. Anita Olshanetsky Willens 
(C) ; 17Feb78; KE 759. 



FRENCH REVIEW GRAMMAR. 

French review grammar. By Frederic 
Ernst 6 Mathurin Dondo. Revised ed. of 
Brief French review grammar pub. in 
1947, this ed. features an expansion of 
exercise materials with drills prepared 
by Sylvia Narins Levy. © 15Feb50; 
A41893. Holt, Einehart and Winston 
(PWH) ; 10Mar78; BE 1-435. 



FRESH AS PAINT. 

Fresh as paint; a delightful comedy in 
1 act. By Peggy Fernway, pseud, of 
Wilbur Braun. © 10Aug50; DP230. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 24Feb78; 
RE 1-111. 



38 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE FRIDAY NIGBT WALTZ. 

The Friday night waltz. Music by Karl 
Olson, pseud, of Carle Hodson. 
13Feb50; EFO-2018. Carle Hodson, 
pseud.: Karl Olson (A); 24Apr78; 
BE 2-267. 



FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS. 

Friendly neighbors. Text: Laura 

Mengert Hugley 6 Ralph H. Cordier, 

illus.: Anne Fleur. Uun50; A44558. 

Rand NcNally E Company (PWH); 30May78; 
RE 2-790. 



PROS LOTHER TO KIERKEGAARD. 

From Luther to Kierkegaard. By 
Jaroslav Pelikan. © 17Nov50; A51580. 
Concordia Publishing House (PWH); 
6Feb78; RE 2-V.5. 



PYRST IGOR: POLOV JETZKISKE KVINDEBS 

Pyrst Igor: Polovjetzkiske kvinders 
dans. Music by Alexander Borodin, arr. 
Leif Haraldsted. Add. ti. : Prince Igor: 
Dance of Polov jetzkian women. (In 
Ballet music, 2) NM: arr. 15Dec50; 
EPO-7540. Leif Haraldsted (A) ; 13Mar78; 
RE 1-827. 



G-MEN DETECTIVE. 

G-men detective. Vol. 37, no. 3, 
winter 1951. 6 12Dec50; B285367. C B 
S Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 3-992. 



GAVOTTE 6 GIGUE. 

Gavotte 6 gigue. By Corelli, arr. for 
string orchestra: Quinto Maganini. KM: 
arr. 5Apr50; EP46313. Margaretta 
Kingsbury Maganini (W) ; 12Apr78; 
BE 2-396. 



GAVOTTE 6 GIGUE. 

Gavotte 6 gigue. By Corelli, 
transcribed for four clarinets: Quinto 
Maganini. NM: arr. © 12May50; 
EP47932. Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini 
(W) ; 12Apr78; RE 2-398. 



GAY BUTTERFLY. 

Gay butterfly; piano solo. Music by 

Lora Dickinson. © 27Dec50; EP54404. 

Lora Dickinson (A); 31Mar78; RE 1-332. 



FROM NOW ON. See 

Non piu andrai. (RE 4-238.) 



FROM START TO END. 

Froa start to end. Lyrics 6 music: 
Homer Zeke demons. © 22Sep50; 
E0216321. Homer Zeke demons (A); 
17Jan78; RE 282. 



FON AT THE ZOO. 

Fun at the zoo. By Universal Pictures 
Company, Inc. © 12Aug50; MP807. 
Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH) ; 
27Apr78; BE 2-497. 



G. SCHIBMEH'S EDITION OF STUDY SCORES, 
NO. 57. See 
Scherzo fantasque. (BE 2-270.) 



GABRIEL'S MESSAGE. 

Gabriel's message; old Basque carol 
arranged for S A T B. Arr. Desmond 
Ratcliffe. © 11Oct50; EFO-5613. 
Desmond Ratcliffe (A); 3Jul78; BE 3-783. 



THE GAINSBOROUGH GLIDE. 

The Gainsborough glide. Dance steps 
by Marjorie Fairley, arr. David Caryll. 
© 60ct50; EFO-5344. J. Caryll (W); 
13Mar78; RE 1-274. 



GAY PARTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS. 

Gay parties for all occasions. By E. 
0. Harbin. © 160ct50; A48988. Thomas 
Harbin & Mary Elizabeth Harbin Standish 
(C) ; 26Apr78; RE 2-664. 



GAZELLE AND MISTRESS. 

Gazelle and mistress. By Hovsep 
Pushman. © 25Apr50; GU16091. Arsene 
Pushman 6 Armand Pushman (C) ; 8Jun78; 
RE 2-983. 



GEDICHTE, 1930-1950. 

Gedichte, 1930-1950. By Albrecht 
Goes. © 2Nov50; AFO-3480. Albrecht 
Goes (A) ; 6JU178; RE 3-816. 



FUNCTIONAL NEURO-AN ATOMY. 

Functional neuro-anatomy. By Ciba 
Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. 
© 15Dec50; AA171874. Ciba-Geigy 
Corporation (PWH) ; 28Apr78; RE 2-610. 



GALATIANS, THE CHARTER OF CHRISTIAN ... 

Galatians, the charter of Christian 
liberty. By Merrill C. Tenney. 
© 5Jun50; A44590. Merrill C. Tenney 
(A) ; 10Apr78;'BE 2-260. 



GENEBAL CHEMISTRY. 

General chemistry. By P. W. Selwood. 
© 15Mar50; A42250. Holt, Rinehart and 
Winston (PWH) ; 18Apr78; RE 2-460. 



FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING: THEORY AND ... 

Fundamental accounting: theory and 
practice. By Stanley B. Tunick 6 
Emanuel Saxe. © 29May50; A44501. 
Stanley B. Tunick 6 Emanuel Saxe (A) ; 
3May7 8; RE 2-724. 



FUNDAMENTAL MORAL ATTITUDES. 

Fundamental moral attitudes. 
Translation by Alice M. Jourdain (Alice 
VonHildebrand) From Sittliche 
Grundhaltungen, by Dietrich VonHil- 
debrand. NM: translation. © 8Feb50; 
A41257. Alice VonHildebrand (A); 
4May78; RE 2-713. 



FUNDAMENTALS OF ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY. 

Fundamentals of economic geography. 
By Nels A. Bengtson & William VanRoyen. 
3d ed. NM: additions 6 revisions. 
© 11Jan50; A40002. Nels A. Bengtson £ 
William VanRoyen (A); 24Feb78; RE 815. 



FUNNY ANIMALS. See 

Fawcett's Funny animals. (BE 147.) 

FUTURE COMBINED WITH SCIENCE FICTION 
STORIES, SEPT. -OCT. 1950. See 
Perpetual motion. (RE 2-239.) 



FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY: INSIGHT, FAITH, 

Fyodor Dostoevsky: insight, faith, and 
prophecy. By Erika Renon, pseud, of 
Rene Fueloep-Hiller , 6 Richard 6 Clara 
Winston. (20th century library) 
© 20ct50; A49055. Richard Winston, 
Clara Winston 6 Erika Renon (pen name 
for Bene Fueloep-Hiller) (A); 13Jun78; 
RE 4-107. 



GALAXY SCIENCE FICTION, NOV. 1950. See 
Contributions by Damon Knight. 

(BE 3-643.) 
The Lands of yesterday. (BE 2-240.) 



GALE STORM TELESCBIPTIONS. 

Gale Storm telescriptions. By Snader 
Tele script ions Corporation. © 200ct50; 
MP918. Pathe News, Inc. (PWH); 15May78; 
RE 2-954. 



THE GAMBLER. 

The Gambler. By William Krasner. 
© 27Sep50; A48080. William Krasner 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 2-221. 



GANDHIAN NON-COOP EBATION. 

Gandhian non-cooperation. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 139) © 20Oct50; AA164688. 
Lady Sara Audley 6 Lady Soaaes (C) ; 
2Uun78; RE 3-492. 



GANDHI'S LETTERS TO A DISCIPLE. 

Gandhi' s letters to a disciple. With 
an introd. by John Haynes Holmes. © on 
introd. ; 21Jun50; A45063. Boger W. 
Holmes (C) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-424. 



THE GATHERING STORM. 

The Gathering storm. (The March of 
time) © 29Sep50; MP611. Time, Inc. 
(PWH); 30Jan78; RE 329. 



GAVOTTE AND GIGUE. 

Gavotte and gigue. By A. Corelli, 
arr. for flute, oboe, clarinet 6 
bassoon: Quinto Maganini. NM: arr. 
© 5Apr50; EP46312. Margaretta 
Kingsbury Maganini (W) ; 12Apr78; 
BE 2-395. 



GENETIC NEUROLOGY. 

Genetic neurology. By Paul Weiss. 
© 15Dec50; A50990. Paul Weiss (A); 
23Mar78; RE 1-734. 



THE GENTLE HANGMAN. 

The Gentle hangman. By James M. Fox, 
pseud, of James M. W. Knipscheer. 
© 24May50; A44229. James a. W. 
Knipscheer (writing under pseud, of 
James M. Fox) (A); 8Jun78; RE 3-568. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 13, Jan. 9, 1950. © 10Jan50; 
B236868. National Geographic Society 
(PCW) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-866. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 14, Jan. 16, 1950. © 18Jan50; 
B236869. National Geographic Society 
(PCW) ; 23Jun78; BE 3-867. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 15, Jan. 23, 1950. © 20Jan50;. 
B236870. National Geographic Society 
(PCW) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-868. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 16, Jan. 30, 1950. © 27Jan50; 
B236871. National Geographic Society 
(PCW) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-869. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 17, Feb. 6, 1950. © 3Feb50; 
B236872. National Geographic Society 
(PCS) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-870. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTBATIONS 



39 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 18, Feb. 13, 1950. 10Feb50; 
B236873. National Geographic Society 
(PCS) ; 23Jun78; BE 3-871. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 19, Feb. 20, 1950. C 22Feb50; 
B236874. National Geographic Society 
(PCW) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-872. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 20, Feb. 27, 1950. 23Feb50; 
B2368 75. National Geographic Society 
(PCD) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-873. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 21, Bar. 6, 1950. © 7Har50; 
B236876. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-874. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 22, Bar. 13, 1950. C 10Har50; 
B236877. National Geographic Society 
(PCW) ; 23Jun78; BE 3-875. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 23, Bar. 20, 1950. © 21Har50; 
B253161. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-876. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 25, Bar. 27, 1950. 27Bar50; 
B253162. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; BE 3-877. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 25A, Apr. 3, 1950. C 3Apr50; 
B253163. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-878. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 26, Apr. 17, 1950. 6 18Apr50; 
B253164. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; BE 3-879. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 27, Apr. 21, 1950. © 27Apr50; 
B253165. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-880. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 28, Bay 1, 1950. © 3flay50; 
B253166. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; HE 3-881. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 29, Bay 8, 1950. © 5flay50; 
B2531 67. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; BE 3-882. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 28, 
no. 30, Hay 15, 1950. O 15Hay50; 
B253168. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-883. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 1, Oct. 2, 1950. 28Sep50; 



B277866. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; RE 3-884. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 2, Oct. 9, 1950. © 10Oct50; 
B277867. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; BE 3-885. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 3, Oct. 16, 1950. 6 17Oct50; 
B277868. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; BE 3-886. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 4, Oct. 23, 1950. 6 20Oct50; 
B277869. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; RE 3-887. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 5, Oct. 30, 1950. © 310ct50; 
B277870. National Geographic Society 
(PCH) ; 23Jun78; BE 3-888. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 6, Nov. 6, 1950. © 7Nov50; 
B277871. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; BE 3-889. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 7, Nov. 13, 1950. © 14Nov50; 
B277872. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; RE 3-890. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 8, Nov. 20, 1950. 6 20Nov50; 
B277873. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; HE 3-891. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 9, Nov. 27, 1950. © 27Nov50; 
B277874. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; BE 3-892. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 10, Dec. 4, 1950. 6 4Dec50; 
B277875. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; BE 3-893. 



GEOGRAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 11, Dec. 11, 1950. © 11Dec50; 
B277876. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; RE 3-894. 



GEOGBAPHIC SCHOOL BULLETINS. 

Geographic school bulletins. Vol. 29, 
no. 12, Dec. 18, 1950. S 15Dec50; 
B288866. National Geographic Society 
(PCH); 23Jun78; RE 3-895. 



GEOGRAPHT S ROHLD AFFAIBS. 

Geography 6 world affairs. By Stephen 
B. Jones S Barion Fisher Burphy. 
29Sep50; A48311. Hand ScHally & 
Company (PHH) ; 27Har78; RE 1-942. 



GEORGE BERNARD SHAH: CHITIC OF ... 

George Bernard Shaw: critic of western 
morale. By Edmund Fuller. (20th 
century library) 2Oct50; A48361. 
Edmund Fuller (A); 9Jun78; HE 3-793. 



GEORGE HACDONALD'S AT THE BACK OF 

George BacDonald's At the back of the 
north wind. 111. by George Hauman 6 
Doris Hauman. (New children's classics) 
NH: ill. © 26Sep50; A47762. Bacaillan 
Publishing Company, Inc., formerly the 
Macmillan Company (PHH) ; 8flay78; 
BE 3-057. 



GEOBGE PATTON. 

George Patton. By Alden Hatch. 
© 22Sep50; A47943. Allene Gaty Hatch 
(E) ; 12Jun78; RE 4-112. 



GEOBGIA GAL. 

Georgia gal. w, m 6 piano arr. Carl 
Adam Keth. © 27NOV50; E0222328. Carl 
A. Keth (A); 30Jan78; RE 1-317. 



THE GEOBGIA BEVIEH. 

The Georgia review. © 15D'ec50; 
B282526. The University of Georgia 
(PCH) ; 23Jan78; RE 335. 



THE GERBER VABIABLE SCALE. 

The Gerber variable scale. By Heinz 
Joseph Gerber. NH: additions 6 
revisions. © 1flay50; AA153477. The 
Gerber Scientific Instrument Company 
(PHH) ; 3Say78; BE 2-638. 



GEBBANI AND JAFAN. 

Germany and Japan. By Hinston Spencer 
Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, episode 
150) © 3Nov50; AA165695. Sara Audley 
£ Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; BE 3-503. 



DER GESANG IB FEUEBOFEN. 

Der Gesang im Feuerofen. By Carl 
Zuckmayer. 6 12Oct50; DFO-491. Alice 
Herdan-Zuckmayer (H) ; 6JU178; BE 3-817. 



GET LOVE. 

Get love. w & m Charles Vernon Holfe. 
© 15Hay50; E0203846. Charles Vernon 
Holfe (A); 3Bar78; RE 946. 



GET HE THE HHATCHABACALLIT OFF OF 

Get me the whatchamacallit off of the 
thingamajig. w S m Glen Travis Boore, a 
Buddy DuFault. © 230ct50; ED218996. 
Glen T. Hoore (A) ; 6Har78; BE 982. 



GETTING TOGETHEB. 

Getting together; perpetuum mobile for 
orchestra. m Clive Richardson. 
© 28Dec50; EFO-5759. Clive Richardson 
(A) ; 24Feb78; RE 517. 



GHOST FOR BENT. 

Ghost for rent. By LeBoma Rose. 
© 6Sep50; DP343. J. Vincent Heuer 
(PHH) ; 17Bar78; BE 1-369. 



THE GHOST OF THE FIDDLEB. 

The Ghost of the fiddler. w 6 a Barney 
Idriss (Bamez Idriss) £ George Tibbies. 
© 28Apr50; E0202173. Lois Idriss (H) , 
Carol Grimes, Suzanne Idriss, Judy 
Idriss 6 Pamela Idriss (C of Bamez 
Idriss); 29Bar78; BE 1-815. 



THE GHOST ROBE HHITE. 

The Ghost wore white. By Betsy Allen, 
pseud, of Elizabeth Cavanna Headley 
Harrison. © 9flay50; A 44200. Elizabeth 
Cavanna Harrison, formerly Elizabeth 
Cavanna Headley (A); 15Jun78; BE 3-179. 



GHOSTS. 

Ghosts; a family drama in three acts. 
Translated from the Norwegian of Henrik 



UO 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



GHOSTS. (CON.) 

Ibsen by Bjorn Hunk Koefoed. NH: 
English translation. 24Apr50; 
DU24172. Bjorn Bunk Koef[o]ed (A| ; 
20Har78; BE 2-539. 



GIANT DETECTIVE. 

Giant detective. Vol. 10, no. 3, 
winter 1951. O 21Nov50; B278000. C B 
S Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 3-988. 



GIGOE. 

Gigue. By Corelli, transcribed for 
three violins 6 piano: Quinto Haganini. 
NM: arr. 12Hay50; EP47933. 
Hargaretta Kingsbury Haganini (N) ; 
12Apr78; RE 2-399. 



GINGER BREAD. 

Ginger bread. Piano copy, w 6 a 
Regina Day, pseud, of Elizabeth Joan 
Schroeder. 15Sep50; E0215532. 
Josephine Haier Leutz 6 John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 22Hay78; RE 3-628. 



THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND HE. 

The Girl I left behind me. From the 
Irish suite. For orchestra. Husic by 
Leroy Anderson. © 26Dec50; EP51871. 
Eleanor Anderson (H); 6Har78; RE 790. 



GIRLS' FUN 6 FASHION HAGAZINE. 

Girls' fun £ fashion magazine. Vol. 
5, no. U5, Mar. 1950. 6 23Jan50; 
B228858. Parents' Hagazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH); 27Har78; RE 1-305. 



GIRLS' F0N 6 FASHION HAGAZINE. 

Girls' fun £ fashion magazine. Vol. 
5, no. 46, Hay 1950. © 16Har50; 
B236904. Parents' Hagazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH); 27Har78; RE 1-306. 



GIRLS' FON £ FASHION MAGAZINE. 

Girls' fun £ fashion magazine. Vol. 
5, no. 47, July 1950. © 22May50; 
B247304. Parents' Hagazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-307. 



GIRLS' FON £ FASHION MAGAZINE. 

Girls' fun £ fashion magazine. Vol. 
5, no. 48, Sept. 1950. 6 18Jul50; 
B256118. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-309. 



GISELLE. 

Giselle; pas de deux. Husic by 
Adolphe Charles Adam, arr. Leif 
Haraldsted. (In Ballet music, 2) NM: 
arr. © 15Dec50; EFO-7536. Leif 
Haraldsted (A) ; 13Har78; RE 1-843. 



GIT ALONG! 

Git along!, and other contributions. 
By L. Sprague Decamp. (In Astounding 
science fiction) © L. Sprague Decamp 
(A) ; REG 12Apr78; HE 2-237. 
Issue 
Aug50. Git along! P0B 19Jul50; 

B257956. 
Oct50. Hhy do they do it? P0B 

20Sep50; B266834. 
Oct50. The Hand of Zei. Pt. 1. POB 

20Sep50; B266834. 
Nov50. The Hand of Zei. Pt. 2. POB 

18Oct50; B271522. 
DecSO. The Hand of Zei. Pt. 3. POB 

15NOV50; B276159. 
Jan51. The Hand of Zei. Pt. 4. POB 
20Dec50; B281898. 



GIVE BEAUTY BACK. 

Give beauty back. By Prancis X. 
Connolly. 20Har50; A41998. Francis 
X. Connolly (A) ; 16Har78; RE 1-783. 



GLAHO0R. 

Glamour. Vol. 24, no. 5, Jan. 1951. 

Trade ed. O 18Dec50; B282094. The 

Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PCH); 

9Jan78; RE 191. 



GLENCANNON — T0GB0AT ANNIE AFFAIR. 

Glencannon — Tugboat Annie affair. By 
Norman Reilly Raine. (In The Saturday 
evening post, Sept. 2, 1950) © 30Aug50; 
B262841. Elizabeth Raine (W) ; 25Jan78; 
BE 298. 



GLENCANNON— T0GBOAT ANNIE AFFAIR. 

Glencannon — Tugboat Annie affair. By 
Norman Reilly Raine. (In The Saturday 
evening post, Sept. 9, 1950) © 6Sep50; 
B262842. Elizabeth Raine (H) ; 25Jan78; 
HE 299. 



GLENCANNON--T0GBOAT ANNIE AFFAIR. 

Glencannon — Tugboat Annie affair. By 
Norman Reilly Baine. (In The Saturday 
evening post, Sept. 23, 1950) 
© 20Sep50; B264666. Elizabeth Raine 
(H) ; 25Jan78; HE 300. 



GLENCANNON — T0GBOAT ANNIE AFFAIR. 

Glencannon — Tugboat Annie affair. By 
Norman Reilly Raine. (In The Saturday 
evening post, Sept. 30, 1950) 
© 27Sep50; B267401. Elizabeth Raine 
(H) ; 25Jan78; HE 301. 



THE GLORY OF GOD. 

The Glory of God. Music: Boy E. 
Nolte. (In The Volunteer choir, July 
1950) NH: music. © 31Hay50; B249249. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PNH) ; 
24May78; RE 3-238. 



GLOBY TO GOD. 

Glory to God. By Johann Sebastian 
Bach, author of words & arranger of 
music: Harry E. Hilson. NM: arr. for 
mixed voices. © 13Jun50; EP47653. 
Nadine Hilson (H) ; 1Hay78; BE 2-596. 



GLORY TO GOD. 

Glory to God; cantata for mixed 
voices. Hords £ music (arr. from themes 
by Charles F. Gounod) : Ellen Jane 
Lorenz. NM: words £ musical themes. 
© 7Jun50; EP47865. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PHH) ; 24Hay78; BE 3-255. 



GO ON ABO0T YO0R BIZNESS. 

Go on about your bizness. w £ m Hope 
Rider £ Lida Dolan. © 15Hay50; 
E0203835. Lida Dolan (A); 5Jun78; 
BE 3-540. 



GOD BE IN MY HEART. 

God be in my heart; song for high 
voice with piano or organ. Composer: 
Elinor Bemick Harren. © 31Mar50; 
EP45328. Elinor Remick Harren (A) ; 
24Har78; RE 2-888. 



GOD BE IN MY HEART. 

God be in my heart; song for medium 
voice with piano or organ. Composer: 
Elinor Bemick Harren. © 31Har50; 
EP45329. Elinor Remick Harren (A) ; 
24Mar78; RE 2-889. 



GOD BE IN MY HEART. 

God be in my heart; chorus for mixed 
voices a capella. Composer: Elinor 
Remick Harren. 29Hay50; EP46910. 
Elinor Bemick Harren (A) ; 24Har78; 
BE 2-892. 



GOD BE HEBCIFOL. 

God be merciful. Music: Florence 
Hilson Birkholz. (In The Choir herald, 
June 1950) NM: music. © 20Apr50; 
B246285. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PHH) ; 27Mac78; BE 1-897. 



GOD, THE DELIVEREB. See 

Alter your life. (RE 2-765.) 



GODS AND GODDESSES IN ABT AND LEGEND. 

Gods and goddesses in art and legend. 
By Herman J. Hechsler. © 10Apr50; 
A43635. Eushelle Korman Hechsler (H) ; 
6Har78; BE 1-335. 



GOETHE THE SCIENTIST. 

Goethe the scientist. By Olin D. 
Hanamaker. NH: translation from the 
German. © 17Apr50; A43519. 
Anthroposophic Press, Inc. (PHH) ; 
19Jun78; BE 3-844. 



GOIN' TO SEE MY BABY. 

Goin 1 to see my baby. Hords £ music: 
Johnny Otis £ Floyd Hillis. © 9Feb50; 
E0193155. Johnny Otis £ Floyd Hillis 
(A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-701. 



GOING FOR A BOGGY HIDE. 

Going for a buggy ride. No. 1428. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) © 24Jul50; G016673. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-736. 



GOING FOR THE MAIL. 

Going for the mail. No. 1427. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) © 24Jul50; G016672. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; BE 3-735. 



GOING! GOING! GONE! 

Going! going! gone! A one act comedy. 
By Florence Byerson Clements. 
© 30Jun50; DU24813. Hal Byerson (C) ; 
17Feb78; RE 1-118. 



GOING STEADY. 

Going steady. By Anne Emery. 
© 14Mar50; A41870. Anne Emery (A) 
13Feb78; RE 586. 



THE GOLDEN COCKEREL. 

The Golden cockerel. Translation £ 
ill. by Edmund Dulac. NH: translation £ 
ill. © 1May50; A45217. The Heritage 
Press (PHH); 25Hay78; BE 3-174. 



THE GOLDSMITH'S HIFE. 

The Goldsmith's wife. By Jean Plaidy, 
pseud, of Eleanor Hibbert. © 10Ma.r50; 
A41622. Eleanor Hibbert (pseud.: Jean 
Plaidy) (A); 27Har78; BE 1-873. 



LA GOLONDBINA. 

La Golondrina. Letra: Jose Pal (Jose 
Pal Latorre) , musica: Hanuel Salina. 
© 21Dec50; EF22103. Jose Pal Latorre 
(pseud.: Jose Pal) (A); 13Har78; 
BE 1-489. 



LA GOLONDRINA. 

La Golondrina. Hords: Jose Pal, 
music: Hanuel Salina, pseud, of Hanuel 
G. Salinger. © 21Dec50; EP22103. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



41 



LA GOLONDRINA. (CON.) 
Banuel G. Salinger (pseud. 
(A) ; 13Bar78; RE 1-490. 



a. Salina) 



GOOD CHEER, MY LOVE. 

Good cheer, my love, w Robert 
Whitfield Miles, Jr., n Nancy Hazard 
VanNorman (Nancy Hazard VanNorman 
Bloomer) 31Har50; E0198990. Robert 
Whitfield Hiles, Jr. 6 Nancy Hazard 
VanNorman Bloomer (A); 24Har78; 
RE 2-671. 



GOOD FOR NOTHIN 1 BLOBS. 

Good for nothin' blues. Words: C. 
Anthony Carlisle, music: Berisford Shep 
Sheperd. 19Oct50; E0218798. 
Berisford Shep Sheperd 6 C. Anthony 
Carlisle (A); 10Apr78; RE 3-313. 



GOOD HODSEKEEPING. 

Good housekeeping; a comedy in three 
acts. By William HcCleery. NM: 
rewritten 6 revised. 3Nov50; DP442. 
Billiam HcCleery (A); 17Feb78; RE 567. 



GOOD HODSEKEEPING, FEB. 1950. See 
The Measure of man. (RE 799.) 



GOOD HODSEKEEPING, MAE. 1950. See 
The Measure of man. (RE 800.) 



GOOHBAY GOOBBAY HABBO. 

Goombay goombay mambo. w 6 m Alice D. 
Sims S Charlie Lofthouse. 15Dec50; 
E0223919. Alice D. Simms 6 Charlie 
Lofthouse (A); 2Har78; RE 881. 



THE GORILLA. 

The Gorilla; a mystery comedy in three 
acts. By Ralph Spence. NB: completely 
revised 6 rewritten. © 2flar50; D23572. 
Samuel French Busic (PPW) ; 20Har78; 
BE 1-788. 



GOSPEL DOETS. 

Gospel duets. For 2 low voices. 
Compilation s arr. Ellen Jane Lorenz. 
NM: compilation G arr. © 7Jun50; 
EP47867. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH); 24Bay78; BE 3-256. 



THE GOSPEL OF SAINT HABK. 

The Gospel of Saint Hark. By Erna 
McArthur. NM: translation from the 
German. © 3Aug50; A46317. Ant- 
hroposophic Press, Inc. (PBH); 19Jun78; 
BE 3-845. 



GOTHAM YANKEE. 

Gotham Yankee; a biography of William 
Cullen Bryant. By Harry Houston 
Peckham. 3 27Dec50; A51334. Elma B. 
Peckham (B) ; 16Bar78; BE 1-193. 



GRANTLAND BICE SPOBTLIGHT. See 
Start 'em young. (HE 1-519.) 
Wild goose chase. (BE 1-528.) 



THE GBANVILLE VOCAL STODY PLAN. 

The Granville vocal study plan. By 
Charles Norman Granville. © 29Dec50; 
AA170532. Ethel Granville (W) ; 6Feb78; 
RE 459. 



THE GBASS IS SINGING. 

The Grass is singing. By Doris Hay 
Lessing. © 14Aug50; A46633. Doris 
Lessing (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 2-220. 



THE GBEAT AHEBICAN GAME, BASEBALL. 

The Great American game, baseball; 
glossary of common baseball vernacular. 
Addition to glossary 6 translation: 
Roger Jorge Vega. Add. ti. : Baraja 
pelotera. NM: translation 6 additions. 
e 11Sep50; AA162887. Roger Jorge Vega 
(A) ; 19Jun78; RE 4-252. 



GBEAT BIG HOON. 

Great big Moon. Author of words: 
Charley Baker Biddle (Charles Baker 
Biddle) , author of music: Hal Clare 
Johnson (Halley Clare Johnson) 
© 8Hay50; E0202997. Charles Baker 
Biddle G Halley Clare Johnson (A) ; 
7Apr78; RE 2-231. 



GOOD IS FOB ANGELS. 

Good is for angels. By Christopher 
Thompson Clark, Jr. © 6Sep50; A47209. 
Christopher Clark (A) ; 15Jun78; 
BE 4-056. 



GOOD NIGHT AND GOODBYE. 

Good night and goodbye; a play in one 
act. By Peter Coke. © 3Jul50; DP260. 
Peter Coke (A) ; 17Feb78; BE 564. 



GOOD-NIGHT, GOOD-NIGHT, GOOD-NIGHT. 

Good-night, good-night, good-night. w 
5 m Jimmy Durante (James Durante) 6 Jack 
Barnett. © 27Nov50; E0222783. James 
Durante (A); 2Feb78 ; BE 332. 



THE GOOD OLD-TIME BELIGION IS FBEE. 

The Good old-time religion is free. 
& m Albert E. Brumley. © 1Jun50; 
EP347651. Mrs. Albert E. Brumley (B) ; 
6Har78; RE 986. 



GOOD TIHES BLOES. 

Good times blues. Words G music: 
Johnny Otis & Floyd Hillis. © 21Jul50; 
E0210241. Johnny Otis G Floyd Hillis 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-702. 



GOODBYE, SOMBER LOVE. 

Goodbye, summer love. By Nick Angelo 
Sabetta. © 7Sep50; E02 15274. Nick 
Angelo Sabetta (A); 12Hay78; RE 2-994. 



GOODE'S SCHOOL ATLAS. 

Goode's School atlas. By Edward 
Espenshade, Jr. & Carl flapes. NB: 
general revision. © 16Aug50; A47224. 
Rand HcNally G Company (PBH) ; 27Har78; 
BE 1-937. 



GOODRICH AMBAM PROCEDDRAL ROLES 

Goodrich Amram procedural rules 
service with forms, April 1950. 
© 27Apr50; AA150114. The Lawyers 
Co-operative Publishing Company (PBH) 
20Apr78; BE 3-231. 



GOTTA FIND ME BABY. See 

Gotta find you, baby. (BE 1-700.) 



GOTTA FIND YOO, BABY. 

Gotta find you, baby. Words 6 music: 
Billy Bright. Add. ti. : Gotta find me 
baby. © 27Jan50; E0191596. Billy 
Bright (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-700. 



THE GOVEBNMENTS OF FOREIGN POBEBS. 

The Governments of foreign powers. By 
Philip B. Buck G John B. Masland. Bev. 
ed. NM: revised 6 enlarged ed. of 
original 1947 book. © 28Apr50; A44055. 
Holt, Binehart and Winston (PBH) ; 
12Hay78; BE 3-046. 



GBADED SPANISH BEADEBS, BK. 2. See 
Cuentos de ambos mundos. (RE 2-108.) 



GBAD0ATE TEXTS IN HATHEHATICS, 18. See 
Measure theory. (BE 333. ) 



THE GRABBAR OF COND0CTING. 

The Grammar of conducting; a practical 
study of modern baton technique. By Hax 
Rudolf, with a foreword by George Szell. 
© 7Feb50; A41147. Hax Budolf (A); 
12Hay78; BE 4-234. 



GBAND CANYON. 

Grand Canyon; a pictorial inter- 
pretation. By Joyce 6 Josef Huench. 
© 26Jun50; A45434. Joyce fluench 6 
Josef Huench (A) ; 10Bar78; BE 1-240. 



GBANDBA DID IT THIS BAY. 

Grandma did it this way. By Louisa W. 
Peat. © 24Bar50; A43358. Louisa B. 
Peat (A); 14Apr78; BE 2-347. 



GBANDBOTHEB. 

Grandmother. No. 1373. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Mary Bobertson Hoses) 
© 26 Apr 50; GDI 6132. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. C.t.a.); 20Har78; BE 1-633. 



THE GBEAT BOOKS, A CHRISTIAN APPRAISAL. 

The Great books, a Christian 
appraisal. Edited by Harold C. 
Gardiner. © 30Har50; A45927. Harold 
C. Gardiner (A) ; 20Har78; BE 1-532. 



GBEAT ENGLISH AND ABEBICAN ESSAYS. 

Great English and American essays. By 
Douglass S. Bead. NB: foreword, 
headnotes, footnotes 6 organization. 
© 7Feb50; A40748. Bary B. Bead (B) ; 
10Hay78; HE 2-699. 



THE GBEAT IMITATOR. 

The Great imitator. By Trendle 6 
Beattie. (The Lone Hanger, no. 
2679-1904) © 22Har50; D023885. Lone 
Ranger Television, Inc. (PWH) ; 16Jun78; 
RE 4-076. 



GBEAT HEHOBIES. 

Great memories. For high voice, in D. 
From the cycle Singing earth. Busic by 
Elinor Bemick Barren, w Carl Sandburg. 
© 170ct50; EP50111. Elinor Remick 
Barren (A); 5Bay78; BE 2-900. 



GREAT BEHOBIES. 

Great memories. Medium voice, in B 
flat. From the cycle Singing earth. 
Busic by Elinor Bemick Barren, w Carl 
Sandburg. © 17Oct50; EP50112. Elinor 
Bemick Barren (A) ; 5Hay78; BE 2-901. 



GREECE: ANCHOR OF THE BEST. 

Greece: anchor of the Best. By Arthur 
Laurence Bhall. © 15Hay50; AA 153279. 
Arthur L. Bhall (A) ; 22Bay78; EE 3-227. 



GREEK COOKERY. 

Greek cookery. By Nicholas 
Tselementes. © 28Nov50; A50262. D. C. 
Divry, Inc. (PCB) ; 16Jun78; EE 3-699. 



THE GREEN BOTTLE. 

The Green bottle; a play in one act. 
By Norman Holland. © 30Aug50; DP353. 
Norman Holland (A) ; 17Feb78; RE 565. 



42 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE GREEN DOG. 

The Green dog. For voice 6 piano. 
6 m Herbert Kingsley. 14Har50; 
BP45964. Alfred J. Krahmer (E) ; 
12Hay78; RE 3-120. 



GREEN DREAI1. 

Green dream. m Sheldon Paige Fay. 
200ct50; E021890 1. Sheldon P. Fay 
(A) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-021. 



THE GREEN HILL FAR AWAY. 

The Green hill far away. Husic arr. 
rosemary Hadler, pseud, of Ellen Jane 
Lorenz. (In The Choir herald, Bar. 
1950) NM: arr. 23Jan50; B235303. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
20Jan78; RE 95. 



THE GREEN LEAF. 

The Green leaf. By Robert Nathan. 
NM: some poems. © 21Har50; A42110. 
Robert Nathan (A); 31Har78; RE 2-104. 



A GREETING STORY OF SANTA. 

A Greeting story of Santa. By Jean 
Marie Bruyere Kell. 6 12Aug50; 
AA161889. Jean Marie Bruyere Kell (A) 
1<4Jun78; RE 3-671. 



GRO0P DIANETICS. 

Group dianetics. By L. Bon Hubbard. 
S 11Dec50; AA177633. L. Bon Hubbard 
(A); 19Jun78; RE 3-809. 



THE GRO0P OF SCHIZOPHRENIAS. See 
Dementia praecox. (RE 334- ) 



GRO0P VOICE. 

Group voice; a systematic course in 
singing for use in group instruction. 
Revision: Bernard 0. Taylor. Rev. ed. 
NM: revision. © 3Jan50; A 165503. 
Bernard 0. Taylor (A) ; 12May78; 
RE 3-106. 



A GROVE OF FEVER TREES. 

A Grove of fever trees. By Daphne 
Rooke. Pub. 19Dec46 under the title. 
The Sea hath bounds. © 28Feb50; 
A41606. Daphne Rooke (A); 19Jun78; 
RE 4-070. 



GROWING OP WITH ARITHMETIC. See 

Achievement tests: Growing up with 

arithmetic. (RE 2-630.) 
Teacher's answers. Growing up with 
arithmetic. (RE 4-084.) 



G0ADAL CANAL. 

Guadal Canal and other contributions. 
By James Michener. (In Holiday) 
O James Michener (A); BEG 22May78; 
BE 3-262. 
Issue 
May 19 50. Circles in the sea. P0B 

19Apr50; B242105. 
Juue 1950. Fiji. P0B 17flay50; 

B246720. 
July 1950. The Mynah birds. P0B 

2 1Jun50; B252048. 
Aug. 1950. Guadal Canal. P0B 

14JU150; B255048. 
Nov. 1950. Australia. P0B 180ct50; 

B269411. 
Dec. 1950. New Guinea. P0B 15Nov50; 
B273337. 



G0ABDIAN OF THE RIVER. 

Guardian of the river; a phantasy, 
composed and arranged for brass band. 
Husic by Dudley Escott Bayford 6 Charles 
Field. B 14Aug50; EFO-4696. John A. 



Bayford (C) 6 Mrs. C. Pield (W) ; 
13Har78; BE 1-265. 



LES G0EBRES DE RELIGIONS (1559-1610) 

Les Guerres de religions (1559-1610) 
By Due Antoine DeLevis-Mirepoix. 
O 15Nov50; AFO-3365. Due Antoine 
DeLevis-Mirepoix (A) ; 22May78; RE 2-853. 



G0ESS I WAS L0CKY. 

Guess I was lucky. w Kay G. Carter 

(Kay Marion Beach) , m J. Charles McNeil. 
O 9Jan50; E0190778. Kay Marion Beach 

(Kay G. Carter) (A); 8May78; BE 2-667. 



G0FFY THE GOOFY GOBBLEB. 

Guffy the Goofy Gobbler. Words and 
music by Gerald Marks 6 Milton Pascal. 
© 18Oct50; EP50089. Boberta J. Patten 
(E of Hilton Pascal) ; 13Feb78; BE 622. 



THE G0IDE. 

The Guide; current information on 
attractions, towns, routes, distances, 
etc., on the Texas border (included with 
Texas border) By Bobert J. Casey. 
© 14Apr50; A43774. Ora HacDonald (NK) ; 
10Apr78; BE 2-203. 



GOIDE HEDICAL AFBICAIN. 

Guide medical africain. By Jean 
Goarnisson. 2d ed. NM: revision by the 
author. © 15Dec50; AFO-4050. Jean 
Goarnisson (A); 17Apr78; BE 2-571. 



A GOIDE TO JAPANESE BEFEBENCE AND ... 

A Guide to Japanese reference and 
research materials in the field of 
political science. By Bobert E. Ward. 
© 1Hay50; A48664. Bobert E. Ward (A) ; 
28Apr78; BE 2-883. 



G0IDEB00K FOE THE HEALTH AND 

Guidebook for the health and personal 
development. Book 7: You're growing up. 
By Helen Shacter, Gladys Gardner Jenkins 
6 W. W. Bauer. © 5Dec50; A50810. 
Scott, Foresman and Company (P8H) ; 
24Feb78; BE 896. 



G0ILTY KNOWLEDGE. 

Guilty knowledge. By Trendle 6 
Striker. (The Lone Banger, 2682-1907) 
© 20Mar50; D023888. Lone Ranger 
Television, Inc. (PHH) ; 16Jun78; 
HE 4-079. 



G0BDJIEFF. 

Gurdjieff ; hymns from a great temple. 
Husic: Thomas DeHartmann. NM: music. 
6 30Dec50; EP374528. Olga DeHartmann 
(W) ; 2Har78; RE 653. 



THE GYPSY TOLD HE. 

The Gypsy told me. Words 6 music: 
Eddie Hazelwood 6 Cowboy Copas (Lloyd 
Copas) 9 9Feb50; EP47633- Eddie 
Hazelwood (A) 5 Gary Copas (E) ; 27Jan78; 
RE 451. 



HADACOL BOOGIE. 

Hadacol boogie. m Bay Anthony & 
George Williams. © 25Sep50; E0216430. 
Bay Anthony (A) ; 8Hay78; BE 2-897. 



HAENSEL AND GBETEL. See 
Prayer. (BE 1-387.) 



HAIL, KING OF GLOKY. 

Hail, King of glory; S.A.T.B. 
Arranger: William A. Goldsworthy. NM: 
adaptation 6 arr. O 11Aug50; EP48511. 
Nadine Goldsworthy (W) ; 17Mar78; 
BE 1-775. 



HAIL! THE BETBEADS. 

Hail! the retreads; musical 
composition. Author & composer: Lisle 
Burroughs. 26Aug50; EP48570. Lisle 
Burroughs (A) ; 22May78; BE 3-624. 



HALF A LOAF. 

Half a loaf; a comedy in three acts. 
By E. Eynon Evans. © 26Jun50; DP250. 
E. Eynon Evans (A); 7Mar78; BE 1-143. 



HALF PINT IN STAGE STB0CK. 

Half Pint in Stage struck. By 
Terrytoons, Inc. © 24Dec50; LP687. 
Viacom International, Inc. (PWH) ; 
21Feb78; BE 580. 



HALLEL0YAH DAY. 

Halleluyah day. Words by Abe 
Janowitz, music by Julius Grossman. 
© 27Dec50; E0224444. Abe Janowitz 6 
Julius Grossman (A); 6Mar78; BE 1-194. 



HAMMOND'S ATLAS OF THE BIBLE LANDS. 

Hammond's Atlas of the Bible lands. 
By C. S. Hammond 6 Company. NM: 
additions £ revisions. © 30Dec50; 
A51191. Hammond, Inc. (PWH); 8Mar78; 
BE 1-148. 



THE HAND OF ZEI. See 
Git along! (RE 2-237.) 



HANDBOOK OF TAX SAVING IDEAS. 

Handbook of tax saving ideas. By 
Arthur C. Strasburger. © 21Dec50; 
A50854. Arthur C. Strasburger (A) ; 
7Feb78; BE 736. 



HANDICRAFTS, HODELHAKING AND WORKSHOP 
PROJECTS. See 
Index to Handicrafts, modelmaking and 
workshop projects. (BE 2-656.) 



THE HANDSOHE STBANGEB. 

The Handsome stranger, w Buddy Ebsen, 

m Bonnie Lake. © 19Oct50; EO219590. 

Buddy Ebsen (A) ; 3Jan78; BE 8. 



HANGMAN'S G0NS. 

Hangman's guns, w 6 m Winona Florence 
Shelton- © 16Jun50; E0207036. Winona 
Florence Shelton (A); 21Apr78; BE 2-520. 



HAPPIEST DAYS OF YO0E LIFE. 

Happiest days of your life. By London 
Film Productions. © 1Jan50; LP151. E 
H I Films, Ltd. (PWH); 3Mar78; RE 1-033. 



HAPPINESS WILL ALWAYS FOLLOW YO0. . 
Happiness will always follow you. 
Piano. Words S music: Catherine Martha 
Larson Abuja. 6 15Har50; E0197251. 
Catherine Martha Larson Abuja (A) ; 
27Feb78; BE 3-682. 



HARD, LIKE FLA0BEBT. 

Hard, like Flaubert; short story. By 
John Hazard Wildman. (In Prairie 
schooner, winter 1950) 6 22Dec50; 
B278588. John Hazard Wildman (A) ; 
6Feb78; RE 361. 



1978 



CORBENT REGISTRATIONS 



43 



THE HARD HAT. 

The Hard way. v S a Gene O'Quin 6 
Cliffie Stone. 25Jul50; ED210557. 
Gene O'Qain 6 Cliffie Stone (A); 
30Jan78; HE 129. 



HARPER'S MAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 201, no. 
1203. 2Aug50; B261003. Minneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCM) ; 
27Apr78; BE 2-694. 



HAVE 100 HHITTEN AMI GOOD BOOKS LATELY? 

Have you written any good books 
lately? u 6 a Johnny Mercer. 
15Dec50; E0224369. Elizabeth Mercer 
(H) , John Jefferson fleecer 6 Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-037. 



HARINA CON LECHE. 

Harina con leche. Words 6 music: 
Joseito Vargas (Jose Vargas Pena) 
20Dec50; EF17124. Jose Vargas Pena 
(pseud.: Joseito Vargas) (A); 11Hay78; 
RE 2-833. 



HARPER'S HAGAZINE. 

Harper's nagazine. Vol. 201, no. 
1204. 1Sep50; B262265. Hinneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCS) ; 
27Apr78; RE 2-695. 



HAI, HAH, NOR IT SNOBS. 

Haw, haw, now it snows. No. 1393. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Hary Robertson 
Moses) © 26Apr50; G016148. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; RE 2-210. 



HARK! HARK, NT SO0L. 

Hark! hark, my soul. Music S arr. 
Calvin Stowers, words by F. R. Faber. 
C 10Jan50; EP43998. Calvin Stowers 6 
F. R. Faber (A); 31Mar78; RE 1-322. 



HARPER'S MAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 201, no. 
1205. O <IOct50; B270362. Minneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCR) ; 
27Apr78; RE 2-696. 



HARAII. 

Hawaii. w & m Arthur Kapewaokeas 
Parker, Jr. 6 10Apr50; E0200092. 
Arthur K. Parker, Jr. (A); 6Mar78; 
BE 980. 



THE HABHONICATS AND MIG0ELITA ... 

The Harmonicats and Miguelita Valdes' 
Orchestra. By Oniversal Pictures 
Company, Inc. 18Oct50; MP592. 
Oniversal City Studios, Inc. (PRH) ; 
27Apr78; RE 2-492. 



HARPER'S MAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 201, no. 
1206. © 3Nov50; B274091. Minneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. a.a.d.o. 
Hinneapolis Star and Tribune Company 
(PCR) ; 27Apr78; BE 2-697. 



HABAIIAN SHORES. 

Hawaiian shores; musical composition. 
Music 6 words: Daniel Lamont Miller, Jr. 
© 20Jun50; E0207485. Daniel Lamont 
Miller, Jr. (A); Uun78; BE 3-407. 



HARPER FO0NDRT AND MACHINE COMPANY. 

Harper Foundry and Machine Company. 
Catalog no. 50. By Reinberg & McKee, 
Inc. © 23Aug50; AA159679. Jagua- 
McKee, Inc. (PRH) ; 5Jun78; RE 3-915. 



HARPER'S BAZAAR, JAN. 1951. See 
A House in Sicily. (RE 3-605.) 



HARPER'S MAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 201, no. 
1207. © 1Dec50; B275888. Minneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. a.a.d.o. 
Hinneapolis Star and Tribune Company 
(PCR) ; 271pr78; BE 2-698. 



HARPER'S MAGAZINE, DEC. 1950. See 
Franklin sentimental. (RE 51.) 



THE HAY-FOOT STBAR-FOOT STBOT. See 
Let's do a sguare dance. (RE 1-549.) 



THE HAY IS IN. 

The Hay is in. Dec. 1949. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Mary Bobertson Moses) 
© 26Apr50; G016125. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; BE 1-626. 



HABPEB'S BAZAAR, HAY 1950. See 
Sister. (RE 1-372.) 



HARPER'S HAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 200, no. 
1196, Jan. 1950. © 4Jan50; B231024. 
Minneapolis Star and Tribune Company, 
Inc. (PCR); 30Jan78; RE 209. 



HARPER'S HAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 200, no. 
1197. © 3Feb50; B231025. Hinneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCR) ; 
27Apr78; RE 2-688. 



HARPER' S MAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 200, no. 
1198. © 3Mar50; B238422. Hinneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCR) ; 
27Apr78; BE 2-689. 



HARPER'S MAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 200, no. 
1199. © 5Apr50; B240444. Minneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCR) ; 
27Apr78; RE 2-690. 



HARPER* S HAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 200, no. 
1200. © 5Hay50; B244658. Minneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCR); 
27Apr78; RE 2-691. 



HARPEB'S HAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 200, no. 
1201. © 2Jun50; B248796. Hinneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCR) ; 
27Apr78; BE 2-692. 



HARPEB'S HAGAZINE. 

Harper's magazine. Vol. 201, no. 
1202. © 5JU150; B255123. Hinneapolis 
Star and Tribune Company, Inc. (PCR) ; 
27Apr78; RE 2-693. 



HABPEB'S HAGAZINE, HAY 1950. See 
Beerbohm bailiwick. (BE 4-013.) 



HABPEB'S HAGAZINE, NOV. 1950. See 
Beerbohm bailiwick. (RE 4-013.) 



HABPEB'S MAGAZINE, OCT. 1950. See 
The Age of taste. (BE 3-901.) 



HABVABD: FO0B CENTOBIES AND FBEEDOHS. 

Harvard: four centuries and freedoms. 
By Charles Abraham Ragner. © 28Oct50; 
449119. Charles Abrahas Wagner (A); 
8Feb78; BE 482. 



HABVEST TIHE. 

Harvest time. By Peeter Brueghel 
[Pieter Bruegel, the elder], author of 
renewable matter: Anton Schutz. 
© 12Jul50; H1889. New York Graphic 
Society, Ltd. (PRH) ; 7flar78; BE 1-000. 



HASEFEB, PART 1. See 
Targilon. (BE 2-392.) 



THE HASTINGS LAR J00BN4L. 

The Hastings law journal. Vol. 1, 
spring 1950. © 1Hay50; B442276. The 
Hastings College of the Law (PCR) ; 
31Har78; BE 2-102. 



THE HASTINGS LAR JO0RNAL. 

The Hastings law journal. Vol. 2, 
fall 1950. © 1Dec50; B442277. The 
Hastings College of the Law (PCR) ; 
31Har78; BE 2-103. 



HATE IS THE HEXT THING TO LOVE. 

Hate is the next thing to love. Rords 
& music: Tex Jenkins (Boy Jenkins) 
C 6Nov50; E0221328. Peer International 
Corporation (PRH): 20Har78; BE 1-709. 



HAY 0NA VIRGEN. 

Hay una virgen. Music: Carlos Gardel 
6 Jose Bazzano. © 11Dec50; EFO-5964. 
Editorial Argentina de Musica 
Internacional (PRH) ; 104pr78; RE 2-362. 



HE CAN COHE BACK ANYTIHE HE HANTS TO. 

He can come back anytime he wants to. 
Rords and music: Johnny Lehmann. 
© 160ct50; EP49616. Johnny Lehmann 
(4) ; 174pr78; BE 2-291. 



HE DIDN'T HAVE THE KNOH-HOH NO HOR. 

He didn't have the know-how no how. w 
Johnny Mercer, m Robert Emmett Dolan. 
© 1Sep50; E0215300. Elizabeth Mercer 
(R) , John Jefferson Mercer 6 Georgia 
4manda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-030. 



HE HAS SAVED HE, PRAISE HIS NAHE. 

He has saved me, praise His name. 
Rords and music: flendell P. Loveless. 
(In Singspiration, no. 6) © 10Hay51 (in 
notice: 1950) ; EP57152. Hendell P. 
Loveless (A); 13Apr78; BE 3-577. 



HE, THE FATHER. 

He, the father. By Frank Hlakar. 
© 19Jul50; A46789. Frank Hlakar (A) 
15Hay78; BE 3-039. 



HE RILL 4NSREB YO0. 

He will answer you. Rords 6 music: 
Alfred Barratt 6 Charles Francis Lane 
(Ira B. iilson) (In The Volunteer 
choir, Apr. 1950) © 6Mar50; B241549. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PRH) ; 2flar78; 
BE 870. 



HEAP GOOD LOCK. 

Heap good luck. Rords: Drusilla 
Ashley, music: Betty Deakins. NH: 
additional words 6 melody. © 26Dec50; 
E0224616. Drusilla Ashley £ Betty 
Deakins (A); 30Jan78; RE 319. 



44 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



HEARST' S INTERNATIONAL-COSMOPOLITAN, 
JAN. 1951. See 
I guess there are other girls. 
(RE 113.) 



HEART OF DARKNESS. See 

Introduction to Heart of darkness 6 
Secret sharer, by Joseph Conrad. 
(RE 2-586.) 



O 8Nov50; E0221282. Ann Walker Dodson 
(nee Ann Walker) (A); 26Jan78; RE 241. 



HEINRICH ISAAC'S CHORALIS 

Heinrich Isaac's Choralis Cons- 
tantinus, book III. Transcribed from 
the Formschneider, 1st ed. (Nuernberg, 
1555) , by Louise Elvira Cuyler. 
17Aug50; AA159016. Louise Elvira 
Cuyler (A) ; 24Apr78; RE 2-887. 



HE8C0LES' NIGHT ODT. 

Hercules* night out. By Donald 
Payton. 7Sep50; DP293. J. Vincent 
Heuer (PWH) ; 17Mar78; RE 1-337. 



A HERD OF JERSEYS. 

A Herd of Jerseys. No. 1405. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) 24JU150; GU16650. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-713. 



THE HEARTBREAK EXPRESS. 

The Heartbreak Express. Words 6 
music: George E. Krise. 29Dec50; 
EP51519. George E. (Speedy) Krise (A) 
20Mar78; RE 1-009. 



HEARTBORN. 

Heartburn. By Hortense Calisher. (In 
New American mercury, Jan. 1951) 
21Dec50; B286450. Hortense Calisher 
(A) ; 30Jan78; RE 318. 



HEARTLESS HEART. 

Heartless heart. w John ^Klenner, m 
Bob Miller. 9 15Dec50; EP51339. Nita 
Crabbe Miller Spivy Thrash (W of Bob 
Miller) ; 21Feb78; RE 573. 



HEAT AND TEMPERATURE MEASOREMENT. 

Heat and temperature measurement. By 
Robert L. Weber. Contains certain 
material from Temperature measurement 
and control, by the same author. 
9 4Har50; A41750. Robert L. Weber (A); 
1Mar78; RE 884. 



HEAVE AWAY MY JOHNNY AND OTHER MIHES. 

Heave away my Johnny and other mimes. 
By Evelyn Goshawk. 9 21Nov50; DF57. 
Evelyn Goshawk (A); 27Mar78; RE 2-537. 



HEAVENS ABOVE. 

Heavens above; a comedy in three acts. 
By James Reach. © 30Dec50; DP605. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 17Feb78; 
RE 559. 



HEAVEN'S TELEVISION SCREEN. 

Heaven's television screen. Words 8 
music: Louis Evans Gould. © 24May50; 
E0204964. Peer International 
Corporation (PPW) ; 18May78; RE 4-138. 



HEAVY HEART. 

Heavy heart. By Red Foley 6 Billy 
Collins. © 15Nov50; EP50513. Red 
Foley (A); 10Mar78; RE 1-183. 



HEAVY HEARTED BLOES. 

Heavy hearted blues. Words & music: 
Billy Wright. © 27Jan50; E0191597. 
Billy Wright (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-680. 



HEBREW CHILDREN. 

Hebrew children. For 4-part chorus of 
mixed voices, a cappella. Adaptation 6 
arr. John Jacob Niles, Lewis Henry 
Horton 6 George Pullen Jackson. NM: 
adaptation 6 arr. 9 13Sep50; EP49670. 
John Jacob Niles (A); 11May78; RE 2-828. 



THE HEBREW CHILDREN. 

The Hebrew children. For 3-part 
chorus of women's voices, a cappella. 
Adaptation S arr. John Jacob Niles. NM: 
adaptation B arr. 9 27Dec50; EP51858. 
John Jacob Niles (A); 11May78; RE 2-831. 



HEIGH-HO THE HOLLY. 

Heigh-ho the holly. Words and music: 
Ann Walker (Ann Walker Dodson) 



HELLO, BABY. 

Hello, baby. Words 6 music by 
Lorraine 0. Johnson, piano arr. Leo 
Richard S Hector Richard. 25Sep50; 
EU216588. Lorraine O. Johnson (A) ; 
24Apr78; RE 2-534. 



HELPING CONSERVE OUR NATION'S NATORAL 
RESOORCES. See 
Word from Washington. (RE 3-576.) 



HELPLESS. 

Helpless. Words 6 music: Johnny Otis 
6 Mario DeLagarde. 20Bar50; 
ED 197476. Johnny Otis 6 Mario DeLagarde 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-681. 



HELPLESS HEART. 

Helpless heart. Words £ music by Ted 
Mossman S Sydney Nathen. 9 26Jun5 0; 
E0207853- Sahla Mossman (W) , Myra 
Mossman £ Dawn Mossman Furman (C) ; 
18May78; RE 2-962. 



HENPECKED JOE. 

Henpecked Joe. Words 6 music by Pat 
Noto, Ed Scalzi £ Bob Chester. 
© 30Dec50; EPS 1973. Pat Noto, Ed 
Scalzi £ Bob Chester (A) ; 1Mar78; 
RE 687. 



HENRY GEORGE: CITIZEN OF THE WORLD. 

Henry George: citizen of the world. 
By Anna George DeMille. 9 9Feb50; 
A40947. Agnes DeMille Prude (PPW) ; 
18Apr78; RE 2-265. 



HER FIRST RECITAL. 

Her first recital. By John Quincy 
Adams, author of renewable matter: Anton 
Schutz. 9 31Aug50; H1886. New York 
Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH); 7Mar78; 
RE 998. 



THE HERALD OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. 

The Herald of Christian Science. Vol. 
49, no. 2, Feb. 1951. German ed. 
© 28Dec50; B282539. The Christian 
Science Publishing Society (PWH) ; 
23Jan78; RE 65. 



THE HERALD OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. 

The Herald of Christian Science. Vol. 
34, no. 2, Feb. 1951. French ed. 
© 28Dec50; B282540. The Christian 
Science Publishing Society (PWH) ; 
23Jan78; RE 66. 



HERB JEFFRIES TELESCBIPTIONS. 

Herb Jeffries telescriptions. By 
Snader Telescriptions Corporation. 
© 20Nov50; MP988. Pathe News, Inc. 
(PWH)-. 12May78; RE 2-917. 



THE HERBARIST. 

The Herbarist. No. 16. Editors: Mrs. 
Foster Stearns et al. © 30Mar50; 
AA 146906. The Herb Society of America 
(PCW) ; 11Hay78; RE 2-913. 



HERE AND THERE AND EVERYWHERE. 

Here and there and everywhere. By 
Alice Crew Gall 6 Fleming Crew. 
© 16Mar50; A42448. Alice Gall 6 
Fleming Crew (A); 20Mar78; RE 1-931. 



HERE BY THE PHONE, DEAR. 

Here by the phone, dear. Piano. 
Words 6 ausic: Catherine Martha Larson 
Abuja. © 10flar50; EU196809. Catherine 
Martha Larson Abuja (A) ; 27Feb78; 
RE 3-684. 



HERE COMES CHARLESTON. 

Here comes Charleston, w Michael Carr 
& Robert Nestor, m Robert Nestor S 
Manning Sherwin. © 2Nov50; EF16286. 
Mildred G. Sherwin (W) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 3-665. 



HERE IN BY HEART. 

Here in my heart. Words £ music: 
Peter Michael Fortunato. NM: lyrics 6 
musical adaptation. © 4Apr50; 
E01 99449. Peter M. Fortunato (A); 
27Feb78; RE 3-171. 



HERE'S HOWE. 

Here's Howe; a farce in three acts. 
By A. Thomas Sutton, pseud, of James 
Reach. 9 17Jul50; DP233. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PHH) ; 24Feb78; RE 1-108. 



THE HEROES. 

The Heroes. By Louis Simpson. (In 
Tomorrow, Aug. 1950) © 15Jul50; 
B254133. Louis Simpson (A) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 4-102. 



ON HESOS DE NOTRE TEMPS. 

On Heros de notre temps; translation 
of Vasco Pratolini's On Eroe del nostro 
tempo. By Juliette Bertrand. NM: 
translation. 9 17Nov50; AFO-3750. 
Juliette Bertrand (A) ; 17Apr78; 
RE 2-543. 



HE'S GONE AWAY. 

He's gone away. Arr. for treble 
voices (SSAA) with optional piano ace. 
Leslie Bell. NM: arr. © 14Sep50; 
EP49392. Leona Jessie Bell (W) ; 
17Feb78; RE 601. 



HE'S J0ST MY KIND. 

He's just my kind. Words 5 music: 
Gerald Graham Valentine. © 240ct50; 
E0220094. Gerald Graham Valentine. (A); 
10Apr78; RE 3-314. 



HE'S SOCH A GENTLEMAN. 

He's such a gentleman. w £ m Harry 
Harris. © 15Jun50; E0207766. Harry 
Harris (A); 12Jun78; RE 3-649. 



HIAWATHA. 

Hiawatha. Text: Marion E. Gridley, 
ill.: Irma Wilde. © 29Aug50; A48103. 
Rand McNally £ Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-941. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



45 



THE HIDDEN HERITAGE. 

The Hidden heritage. By John Howard 
Lawson. 20Nov50; A49811. John 
Howard Lawson (A) ; 6tiar76; RE 988. 



HISTORY: SELECTED READINGS. 

History: selected readings. Vol. 1. 
Editor: William McNeill. 2d ed. NH: 
revision. 29Sep50; AA163309. 
William McNeill (A); 31Har78; BE 2-573. 



HOLHAN ON BASKETBALL. 

Holman on basketball. By Nat Holman. 
29Dec50; A50942. Crown Publishers, 
Inc. (PHH); 4Jan78; RE 13. 



HIGHLAND CRADLE SONG. See 

O hush thee my babie. (RE 2-808.) 



HIGHLY DANGEROUS. 

Highly dangerous. By Two Cities 
Films, Ltd. 160ct51 (in notice: 
1950) ; LP1268. Rank Film Distributors, 
Ltd. (PHH) ; <IHay78; RE 3-843. 



HILL-BILLY POLKA. 

Hill-billy polka. Hords 6 music: 
Virginia Halsh. © 26Dec50; E0224581. 
Virginia Halsh (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-685. 



THE HINGE OF FATE. See 

Contributions by Hinston S. Churchill. 
(RE 3-482.) 



THE HINGE OF FATE, V. 4. See 

The Second world war. (HE 3-483.) 



HIPPITY HOP. 

Hippity hop; easy piano solo. Husic 
by Blanche Patecky. © 5Jan50; EP43996. 
Blanche Patecky (A); 31Mar78; HE 1-320. 



HIS EYE IS ON THE SPAHBOH. 

His eye is on the sparrow. By Ethel 
Haters G Charles Samuels. (In Ladies' 
home journal, Oct. 1950) © 27Sep50; 
B5-15249. John Caldwell (E of Ethel 
Haters) 5 Charles Samuels (A); 13Jan78; 
RE 156. 



HIS RAND HILL LEAD. 

His hand will lead. Hords 6 music: A. 
H. Hinrner. (In The Volunteer choir. Hay 
1950) © 27Mar50; B241550. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PHH) ; 27Mar78; 
BE 1-922. 



HIS BAJESTY O'KEEFE. 

His Majesty O'Keefe. By Gerald Green 
S Lawrence Klingman. © 25Sep50; 
A48005. Gerald Green (A); 9Jun78; 
RE 3-792. 



HIS NAME HAS JESUS. 

His name was Jesus. Text: Mary Alice 
Jones, illustrator: Rafaello Busoni. 
22Sep50; A47906. Mary Alice Jones 
(A) & Rand McNally & Company (PHH) ; 
30Hay78; RE 2-798. 



HIS HONDBOUS LOVE TO ME. 

His wondrous love to me. Hords and 
music: Rendell p. Loveless. (In 
Singspiration, no. 6) © 10May51 (in 
notice: 1950); EP57152. Hendell P. 
Loveless (A); 13Apr78; BE 3-578. 



A HISTOBY OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. 

A History of experimental psychology. 
By Edwin Garrigues Boring. 2d ed. NH: 
additions 6 revisions. 1flay50; 
A43448. Edwin Garrigues Boring (A); 
3May7 8; RE 2-714. 



A HISTOBY OF POLITICAL THEOBY. 

A History of political theory. By 
George H. Sabine. Bev. ed. NH: chap. 
30-35 of the 1937 ed. have been 
completely rewritten 6 enlarged. 
O 15Bar50; A42249. Holt, Rinehart and 
Hinston (PHH); 18Apr78; BE 2-459. 



HISTORY: SELECTED READINGS. 

History: selected readings. Vol. 2. 
Editor: Hilliam HcNeill. 2d ed. NH: 
revision. O 30Nov50; A51212. Hilliam 
HcNeill (A); 31Mar78; BE 2-574. 



HISTOBY HITH A HOLD ON. 

History with a hold on. By A. B. 
Guthrie, Jr. (In New York times, Dec. 
3. 1950) 3Dec50; B275796. A. B. 
Guthrie, Jr. (A) ; 16Mar78; BE 1-777. 



HISTOBY 'S LESSON. 

History's lesson. By Hans J. 
Horgenthau. (In The Nation, Dec. 16, 
1950) 14Dec78; B279473. Hans J. 
Morgenthau (A); 25Apr78; HE 3-048. 



BOBBY-HOUSE IDEAS. 

Hobby-house ideas. By Celia H. 
Bright. © 1Apr50; A43518. Celia H. 
Bright (A) ; 21Apr78; HE 2-527. 



HOBBY'S BIFLES. 

Hobey's rifles. By Trendle 6 Striker. 
(The Lone Banger, no. 2671-1896) 
© 22Har50; D023877. Lone Banger 
Television, Inc. (PHH) ; 16Jun78; 
BE 4-075. 



HOLD ON. 

Hold on. Hords & music: E. P. 
Johnson. © 24May50; E0205014. E. P. 
Johnson (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 3-289. 



HOLIDAY. See 

Contributions by Ludwig Bemelaans. 
(BE 3-395.) 



HOLIDAY IN PARIS. See 
A Rainy day. (RE 796.) 



HOLLANDER MANUAL, THE "BIBLE" OF . . . 

Hollander manual, the "Bible" of 
interchangeable automobile and truck 
parts. By Boy Haldemar Hollander. Add. 
ti.: The Hollander, the "Bible" of 
interchange for automobile and truck 
parts. © 15JU150; AA179081. Hollander 
Publishing Company, Inc. (PHH); 13Mar78; 
HE 1-256. 



THE HOLLANDEB, THE "BIBLE" OF 

INTERCHANGE FOB A0TOHOBILE AND TBUCK 
PARTS. See 
Hollander manual, the "Bible" of 

interchangeable automobile and truck 
parts. (BE 1-256.) 



HOLLYHOOD QUABTEBLY. 

Hollywood quarterly. Vol. 4, no. 4, 
summer 1950. © 12May50; B248615. The 
Begents of the Oniversity of California 
(PCH); 19Apr78; BE 2-501. 



HOLLYHOOD QUABTEBLY. 

Hollywood quarterly. Vol. 5, no. 1, 
fall 1950. © 30Aug50; B261926. The 
Begents of the Oniversity of California 
(PCH) ; 19Apr78; BE 2-504. 



HOLLYHOOD QUABTEBLY. 

Hollywood quarterly. Vol. 5, no. 2, 
winter 1950. © 12Dec50; B279465. The 
Begents of the University of California 
(PCH); 19Apr78; BE 2-509. 



HOLY NIGHT. 

Holy night. For unaccompanied chorus 
of mixed voices S.A.T.B. Arr. 6 words 
by Hugh S. Boberton, tune by Franz 
Grueber. NM: words 6 arr. © 23Jun50; 
EFO-3881. Kenneth Bantock Eoberton (C) ; 
5May78; BE 2-814. 



HOLY BEVEEIE. 

Holy reverie; vocal solo with piano 
ace. Music by Arsene Frederic Siegel, 
words by A. B. J. Foundling, pseud, of 
Archie Herzoff. © 1Jul50; EP48560. 
Arsene Frederic Siegel 6 Archie Herzoff 
(A) ; 31Mar78; RE 1-326. 



HOLY SPIBIT, TB0TH DIVINE. 

Holy Spirit, truth divine. Music arr. 
Lee Rogers, pseud, of Hoger C. Hilson. 
(In The Choir leader, Apr. 1950) NH: 
arr. © 24Feb50; B241551. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PHH); 20Jan78; 
BE 107. 



HOMAGE. 

Homage. Op. 41. For viola or 
violoncello and piano. Husic: Paul 
Creston. © 15Dec50; EP51724. Paul 
Creston (A); 12Hay78; HE 4-249. 



HOHE FOE EITHEL THOHSON (THE SOMAN 

Home for Eithel Thomson (the woman who 
wanted to go hone) By David Halker. 
(In Saturday evening post, Dec. 30, 
1950) © 27Dec50; B279977. David 
Halker (A); 31Har78; RE 2-110. 



HOME IS TOMOHHOH. 

Home is tomorrow; play in two acts. 
By John Boynton Priestley. © 28Mar50; 
DP60. J. B. Priestley (A); 17Feb78; 
RE 563. 



HOME MEDICAL BOOK. See 
New drugs. (RE 3-740.) 



THE HOHE PLACE. 

The Home place. By Frederick Benjamin 
Gipson. © 27Sep50; A47986. Thomas 
Beckton Gipson (C) ; 19May78; RE 3-604. 



L'HOMME DE LA SCIEEIE. 

L' Homme de la scierie. By Andre 
Dhotel. © 15Oct50; AFO-3016. Andre 
Dhotel (A); 22May78; HE 2-840. 



HONEY CHILD. See 

More than I care to remember. 
(BE 114.) 



HONK YO0B HOBN. 

Honk your horn. Lyrics & music: James 
Heap & Arlie A. Carter. © 22Sep50; 
E0216318. James Heap 6 Arlie A. Carter 
(A) ; 1Feb78; RE 458. 



HONKY-TONKY-TEN CENT DANCE. 

Honky-tonky-ten cent dance. Hords and 
music: Billie Heber 6 James L. 
HacDonald. © 11Dec50; E0223751. 
Billie Heber (A) ; 6Hay78; HE 3-222. 



HOOSHA SHOOSHA. 

Hoosha shoosha. By Albert Gamse, 
lyrics: Sylvia Greene. NH: lyrics. 
© 24Oct50; EU220093. Sylvia Greene 
(A) ; 23Hay78; BE 3-382. 



46 



RENEWALS 



HOOSICK HILLS. 

Hoosick hills. No. 1415. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Hary Robertson Hoses) 
2»JiU50; GU16660. Janes C. Toaasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; BE 3-723. 



HOPALONG CASSIDY'S WESTEBN MAGAZINE. 

Hopalong Cassidy's western magazine. 
Vol. 1, no. 2, winter 1951. O 10Oct50; 
B274235. CBS Publications, the 
consumer publishing division of C B S, 
Inc. (PCD); 29Jun78; HE 3-984. 



HOPE IS SINGING. 

Hope is singing. Music 6 words: Noel 
Benson, pseud, of Ira B. Wilson 6 
Dorothy Abbott, pseud, of Elsie Duncan 
Yale. (In The Volunteer choir. Bar. 
1950) 20Jan50; B234627. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 20Jan78; 
RE 108. 



THE HOPKINS REVIEW, SPRING 1950. See 
Point of view. (BE 3-752.) 



HOSEA AND HIS FAHILY. 

Hosea and his family. Painting by 
Ortlip. 9 31Har50; K24654.. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 18May78; 
HE 3-069. 



HOSPODI POBIL0I. See 

give thanks. (HE 2-171.) 



HOT ROD. 

Hot rod. Words and music: Roy Butler 
6 Andy Parker. 26Jun50; EU210018. 
Roy Butler 6 Andy Parker (A); 17Apr78; 
RE 2-300. 



HOT ROD WITH SQ0EALING WHEELS. 

Hot rod with sguealing wheels; song 
composition. Words £ music: Lester Iran 
Frank. 9 3JU150; E0208618. Lester I. 
Frank (A); 8Jon78; RE 3-565. 



HO0R OF GLORY. 

Hour of glory; novel. Book by Robert 
Lund. 9 29Sep50; A48336. Helen N. 
Lund (W) ; 15Jun78; RE 3-692. 



HO0SE E GARDEN. 

House 6 garden. Vol. 99, no. 1, Jan. 
1951. Trade ed. 9 15Dec50; B279553. 
The Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PCS) ; 
9Jan78; HE 187. 



HOUSE BEAUTIFUL. 

House beautiful. Vol. 92, no. 9, 
Sept. 1950. 9 18Aug50; B259526. The 
Hearst Corporation (PCW) ; 21Apr78; 
RE 2-341. 



HO0SE BEAUTIFUL. 

House beautiful. Vol. 92, no. 10, 
Oct. 1950. 9 20Sep50; B264232. The 
Hearst Corporation (PCW) ; 21Apr78; 
BE 2-342. 



A HOUSE IN SICILY. 

A House in Sicily. By Truman Capote. 
(In Harper's bazaar, Jan. 1951) 
9 28Dec50; B279560. Truman Capote (A); 
13Har78; HE 3-605. 



THE HO0SE OF BREATH. 

The House of breath. By William 
Goyen. © on full length book version; 
9Aug50; A47776. William Goyen (A); 
24Har78; RE 1-743. 



THE HOUSE OF FICTION. 

The House of fiction; an anthology of 
the short story with commentary. By 
Caroline Gordon (Caroline Gordon Tate) 6 
Allen Tate. NH: compilation 6 critical 
text. 28Apr50; A44077. Caroline 
Gordon Tate (A) ; 9Jun78; BE 3-790. 



HOUSE OF HEHCY. 

House of mercy. By B K O Pathe, Inc. 
(This is America, no. 11) O 21Jul50; 
HP526. Barian B. , Inc. (PWH); 30Har78; 
HE 2-097. 



THE HO0SE OF THE LORD. 

The House of the Lord. Music: Roy S. 
Stoughton. (In The Choir leader, Apr. 
1950) O 24Feb50; B241551. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 20Jan78; 
RE 105. 



HOW CAN YOU REFUSE HIM NOW? 

How can you refuse him now? w 6 m 
Hank Williams (Hiram Williams) 
9 29Dec50; EP51520. Billie Jean 
Williams Horton (W) ; 3flar78; HE 942. 



HOW CAN IO0 REF0SE HIB NOW? 

How can you refuse him now? Words S 
music: Hank Williams. 9 29Dec50; 
EP51520. Hank Williams, Jr. (C) ; 
20Mar78; RE 1-455. 



HOW DO I LOVE THEE? 

How do I love thee? For voice £ 
piano. Poem by Elizabeth Barrett 
Browning, music by Thomas J. Gerald. 
NH: music for voice 6 piano. 9 15Hay50; 
EP46451. Thomas J. Gerald (A); 17Apr78; 
HE 2-288. 



HOW LONG IS FOBEVEE? 

How long is forever? Author £ 
composer: Johnny Harks. 9 13Jan50; 
E0190290. Saint Nicholas Husic, Inc. 
(PWH); 29Jun78; HE 4-257. 



HOW MY HEART SANG: THE STORY OF 

How my heart sang: the story of 
pioneer industrial welfare work. By 
Lena Harvey Tracy. 9 18Sep50; A47552. 
Stephen J. Tracy, Jr. (C) ; 1Bar78; 
RE 3-464. 



HOW PETER FO0ND NEW FRIENDS. 

How Peter found new friends. By 
Ortlip. 9 15Sep50; K25942. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 18Hay78; 
BE 3-075. 



HOW TO BOX. 

How to box. Photographer: Augustus 
Cesar Allen. 9 3Hay50; B05152. 
Augustus Cesar Allen (A) ; 19Jun78; 
BE 3-675. 



HOW TO B0ILD YOUE OWN HOOSE. 

How to build your own house. By Hugh 
Laidman. 9 26Apr50; A43787. Hugh 
Laidman (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 2-219. 



HOW TO HOLD A H0SBAND (FOR F0T0BE ... 

How to hold a husband (for future 
brides) (for worried wives) By I. 
Fishlove. 9 50ct50; KK54660. H. 
Fishlove £ Company (PWH); 21Apr78; 
BE 2-189. 



HOW TO KNOW THE WILD FLOWEBS. 

How to know the wild flowers. By 
Alfred D. Stefferud £ Sidney H. Horn. 
9 16Feb50; A41820. Alfred D. Stefferud 
(A); 29Bar78; HE 1-876. 



HOW TO LIVE WITH YOUR NERVES. 

How to live with your nerves. By 
Walter C. Alvarez. Q 3Aug50; A46137. 
Walter C. Alverez [sic] (A); 7Feb78; 
HE 804. 



HOW TO HAKE ARITHMETIC BEANINGF0L. See 
Study guide for How to make arithmetic 
meaningful. (HE 2-626.) 



HOW TO SELL LATIN AHEBICA BY BAIL. 

How to sell Latin America by mail. By 
Edwin B. Erhardt. © 23Feb50; KK46852. 
Edwin B. Erhardt (A); 15Jun78; BE 3-672. 



HOW TO USE THE BEADING EASE CALCDLATOB. 

How to use the Reading ease 
calculator. By Employee Research 
Section, General Botors. 9 29Dec50; 
AA178282. General Motors Corporation 
(PWH); 13Mar78; RE 1-456. 



HUBBAHD HABDWABE. 

Hubbard Hardware. Catalog no. 50. By 
Weinberg £ BcKee, Inc. 9 10Nov50; 
AA185568. Jaqua-HcKee, Inc. (PWH); 
5Jun78; BE 3-924. 



DEB HUEGEL. See 

La Collina. (BE 611.) 



HUG ME, KISS ME, LOVE BE. 

Hug me, kiss me, love me. w Albert 
Gamse, m Irving Fields. @ 27Nov50; 
EP51188. Lawrence Flax (E of the estate 
of Albert Gamse) ; 26Apr78; HE 2-577. 



HUG YOUB JUG. 

Hug your jug. Lyrics: Sylvia Greene, 
music: 0. Nicholai, words £ music: 
Albert Gamse. 9 7Nov50; EU220590. 
Sylvia Greene £ O. Nicholai (A) ; 
23flay78; 8E 3-380. 



HOGGIN* THE KEYS. 

Huggin' the keys. Music: Armand 0. 
Hug. 9 40ct50; EU217512. Armand O. 
Hug (A); 17Apr78; BE 2-312. 



HUBAN ECOLOGY. 

Human ecology. By James A. Quinn. 
21Apr50; A43494. James A. Quinn (A); 
3Hay78; BE 2-715. 



THE H0HHING SONG. 

The Humming song. Words and melody by 
Hildred Leek BcLarrin (Mildred Leek 
BcLarrin Smith) 9 27Jan50; EU 191844. 
Bildred Smith (A) ; 25flay78; BE 3-160. 



HOBPTY-DOflPTI. 

Humpty-Dumpty; basic pantomime in 
three acts. By Trudy West. 9 28Nov50; 
DF45. Trudy West (A) ; 17Feb78; 
BE 1-117. 



A HUNDBED BILLION SWEETHEARTS CAN'T ... 

A Hundred million sweethearts can't be 
wrong. Words £ music by Eddie Lisbona, 
Arthur Berman £ Jack Wolf Fine. 
9 15Dec50; EP51341. Eddie Lisbona, 
Arthur Berman £ Jack Wolf Fine (A) ; 
1Mar78; BE 681. 



LA HUSSARD BLEU. 

La Hussard bleu. By Roger Nimier. 
9 150ct50; AFO-3006. Madame Boger 
Nimier, nee Nadine Baoul-Duval (W), 
Hartine Nimier £ Marie Nimier (C) ; 
22flay78; HE 2-839. 



1978 



CORRENT REGISTRATIONS 



47 



HYMN TO THE D. A. R. 

Hymn to the D. A. R. Author of words 
E ousic: Albert Hay Halotte. 8Feb50; 
EP44204. aarguecite Malotte (8); 
17Apr78; RE 2-187. 



THE HTHNAL OP THE EVANGELICAL ... 

The Hymnal of the Evangelical Mission 
Covenant Church of America. Editor: 
Oscac Emanuel Olson. 17Jun50; 
EP48124. Grace Olson (»); 19Apr78; 
RE 2-379. 



HYMNS TO OOR LAD*. 

Hymns to Our Lady. For unison, 2 vcs. 
or SATB chorus. New arr. and 
compilation: Pius X School of Liturgical 
Music. NH: arr. S compilation. 
1UDec50; EP51882. A. P. Schmidt 
Company (PWH) ; 10Mar78; RE 934. 



HYHNOS PARADISI. 

Hymnus Paradisi; vocal score with 
piano accompaniment. For soprano 6 
tenor solo, chorus 5 orchestra. Music: 
Herbert Howells. 19Jul50; EFO-4830. 
Herbert Howells (A); 3Jul78; RE 3-774. 



HYPNOSIS: THEORY, PRACTICE AND 

Hypnosis: theory, practice and 
application. By Raphael H. Rhodes. 
B 13Nov50; A49905. Raphael H. Rhodes 
(A) ; 6Feb78; RE 363. 



I COOLD FLOOD A RIVER. 

I could flood a river. Words 6 music: 
Virginia Balsh. 26DecS0; E0224578. 
Virginia Balsh (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-684. 



I DIDN'T EXPECT IT FROM YOD. 

I didn't expect it from you. w Sidney 
Clare, ■ Archie Gottler. 230ct50; 
EU220068. Helen F. Clare (8); 9Jan78; 
RE 35. 



I DON'T CARE. 

I don't care. 8ords & music: Johnny 
Otis. 27Jan50; E0191504. Johnny 
Otis (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-677. 



I DON'T BANT A LOT FOR CHRISTMAS. 

I don't want a lot for Christmas. 
Bords and music by Milton Pascal & 
Gerald Harks. 6 8Nov50; EP50841. 
Roberta J. Patten (E of Milton Pascal) 
13Feb78; RE 624. 



I DON'T BANT NO MORE OF ARMY LIFE 

I don't want no more of army life 
(gee. Mom, I want to go home) Words 6 
music: Esther VanSciver 6 Shelby 
Darnell, pseud, of Bob Miller. 
© 29Dec50; EP52537. Nita Crabbe Miller 
Spivey Thrash (B) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-449. 



I DON'T BANT TO PLAY YOOR SECOND FIDDLE. 

I don't want to play your second 
fiddle. Bords and melody by Mildred 
Leek HcLarrin (Mildred Leek McLarrin 
Smith) © 18Jan50; E0190528. Mildred 
Smith (A) ; 25May78; RE 3-158. 



I HAVE FOOND GOD! 

I have found God! Bords: Lud Isaac 
(Ludwig Isaac) 21Apr50; AA161636. 
Ludwig (Lud) Isaac (A); 2Har78; RE 648. 



I HEAR A CHOIR SINGING. 

I hear a choir singing. w £ m Dave 
Franklin. © 6Nov50; E0220639. Dorothy 
Franklin (8); 18Jan78; RE 500. 



I HEARD HEAVEN CALL. 

I heard heaven call. w 6 m Howlett 
Peter Smith. © 26Jul50; ED211192. 
Howlett Peter Smith (A) ; 26Jun78; 
RE 3-900. 



I JOS' AIN'T FEELIN' RIGHT. 

I jus' ain't feelin' right. Author 6 
composer: Tosh Hammed, arranger: Aletha 
Mae Robinson, employee for hire of 
Harrison Smith. 6 29Dec50; EP51516. 
Harrison Godwin Smith (PBH) ; 12May78; 
RE 2-997. 



I JOST HEARD THE NEBS. 

I just heard the news. Music: John H. 
Batchelor, words: Paul Vandervoort, 2d. 
© 6Sep50; EP49017. John H. Batchelor 
d.b.a. Oak Music Publishing Company 
(PCB); 13Har78; RE 957. 



I JOST BANT TO TALK ABO0T Y00. 

I just want to talk about you. Bords 
6 music: Morris Rattner. Lead sheet. 
© 13Nov50; E0221085. Morris Rattner 
(A) ; 30May78; RE 3-397. 



I AIN'T A-GOIN' TO LET IT HAPPEN NO 

I ain't a-goin' to let it happen no 
more. Bords and music: Tennessee Ernie 
Ford (Ernest Ford) © 18Aug50; 
E0212 745. Ernest (Tennessee Ernie) Ford 
(A) ; 30Jan78; RE 130. 



I AIN'T HAPPY. 

I ain't happy. m Sheldon Paige Fay. 
© 200ct50; E0218902. Sheldon P. Fay 
(A) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-022. 



I AH ON THE BATTLE-FIELD FO-R MY LORD. 

I am on the battle-field for my Lord. 
Bords & music: Estelle V. HcKinley 
Banks. © 17Apr50; EO200712. Estelle 
V. McKinley Banks (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 1-962. 



I AH SAVED, HALLELDJAH! 

I am saved, hallelujah! Bords and 
■asic: Wendell P. Loveless. (In Radio 
songs and choruses) © 10Aug51 (in 
notice: 1950); EP58552. Bendell P. 
Loveless (A); 13Apr78; RE 3-579. 



I FEEL LIKE JUMPING OVER THE MOON. 

I feel like jumping over the moon. By 
Jack Denby, pseud, of John George 
Batson, 5 Muriel Batson. NM: words 6 
music. © 14Apr50; EFO-3874. John 
George Batson (pseud.: Jack Denby) 6 
Muriel Batson (A) ; 16flar78; RE 1-789. 



I FO0GHT EVERY STEP OF THE BAY. 

I fought every step of the way. w 6 
Johnny Hercer. © 15Dec50; E0224367. 
Elizabeth Hercer (B) , John Jefferson 
Hercer 6 Georgia Amanda Corwin (C) ; 
3Apr78; RE 2-035. 



I GET THE BL0ES. 

I get the blues. w £ m Gene Oguin 
(Gene O'Quin) © 15Nov50; E0221202. 

Gene O'Quin (A); 17Apr78; RE 2-325. 



I GOT A HAN. 

I got a man. Bords 6 music: Virginia 
Balsh. © 23Oct50; ED219007. Virginia 
Balsh (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-683. 



I KNOB! 

I know! Husic: Ellen Jane Lorenz. 
(In The Choir leader, Apr. 1950) NM: 
music. © 24Feb50; B241551. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PBH); 22Feb78; 
RE 666. 



I KNOB AN OLD SEA DOG. 

I know an old sea dog. Piano copy, w 
& m Regina Day, pseud, of Elizabeth Joan 
Schroeder. © 16Oct50; E0220016. 
Josephine flaier Leutz 6 John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 22Hay78; RE 3-631. 



I KNOB IO0R KISS BY HEART. 

I know your kiss by heart, m Johnny 
Mercer. © 15Dec50; E0224364. 
Elizabeth Mercer (B) , John Jefferson 
Hercer & Georgia Amanda Corwin (C) ; 
3Apr78; RE 2-032. 



I LIE A8AKE AND DREAH OF YO0. 

I lie awake and dream of you. Bords £ 
music: Horris Rattner. © 180ct50; 
E0218770. Horris Rattner (A); 30May78; 
RE 2-989. 



I BETCHA I GETCHA. 

I betcha I getcha. Bords: Fred 
Stryker, music: Frances Clark. 
© 14Mar50; EP47636. Frances Clark 6 
Fred Stryker (A) ; 26Jan78; RE 278. 



I CAHE ALL THE BAY FROM TEXAS. 

I came all the way from Texas. w 
Harold Adamson, n Jimmy HcHugh. 
© 29Dec50; EP52161. Harold Adamson 
(A); 16Jun78; RE 3-693. 



I GOT A RIGHT. 

I got a right. Bords 6 music: Robert 
Harris. © 25Sep50; ED216556. Robert 
Harris (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-666. 



I GOT TO GO BACK AGAIN. 

I got to go back again. Bords & 
■usic: Thurman Ruth, Allen Bunn G Barren 
Barfield. © 16Oct50; E0218283. 
Thurman Ruth, Allen Bunn 6 Barren 
Barfield (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-669. 



I LIFT HINE EYES TO THE HILLS. 

I lift mine eyes to the hills. Husic: 
Ellen Jane Lorenz. (In The Quarterly 
anthem folio, Apr. 1950) NM: music. 
© 24Feb50; B241547. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PBH) ; 22Feb78; RE 661. 



I LOVE HIH. 

I love him. By Edward C. Schleh. 
© 15Hay50; E0203876. Edward C. Schleh 
(A) ; 10Har78; RE 1-245. 



I CAN'T TELL HY HEART THAT. 

I can't tell my heart that. Bords £ 
music: Johnnie Bright, Jack Anglin & Jim 
Anglin. © 29Dec50; ED224816. Johnnie 
Bright 6 Jim Anglin (A) ; 20Har78; 
RE 1-023. 



I G0ESS THERE ARE OTHER GIRLS. 

I guess there are other girls. By Hax 
Shulman. (In Hearst's International- 
cosmopolitan, Jan. 1951) © 29Dec50; 
B279559. Hax Shulman (A); 20Jan78; 
BE 113. 



I LOVE ONLY YO0 AND FOREVER. 

I love only you and forever, w 6 a 
Frances Austin Catts. © 8Hay50; 
E0202995. Frances Austin Catts (A) ; 
21Feb78; RE 3-586. 



48 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



I LOVE THE LORD. 

I Love the Lord. Words by flax 
Schooner, music by Bob Carleton. NB: 
some words, music C acr. 20Har50; 
E0197536. Bai Schooner (A); 7Jun78; 
HE 3-588. 



I LOVE THY CHOBCH, GOD. 

I love Thy church, o God. Music: 
Ellen Jane Lorenz, words by Timothy 
Dwight, adapted by Elsie Duncan Yale. 
NB: music. 29Jun50; EP48567. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 22Jun78; 
BE 1-088. 



I LOVE YOO DEARLY. 

I love you dearly. w Ted Travers, m 
Al Sack. NB: new words. 22Dec50; 
E0224651. Ted Travers (A) ; 9Jan78; 
RE 139. 



I BISS BY BISS FROS BISSISSIPPI. 

I miss my miss from Mississippi. 
Words G music by Ted Bossman 6 Bartin R. 
Cousin. 18Sep50; E0216116. Sahla 
Bossman (W) , Byra Bossman & Dawn Bossman 
Furman (C) ; 15Bay78; RE 2-963. 



I BUST BE O0T OF BY BIND TO LET YOO 

I must be out of my mind to let you 
out of my arms. Words & music: Virginia 
Walsh. © 14Dec50; E0223716. Virginia 
Walsh (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-675. 



I NEVER KNEW I LOVED YOO (TILL I ... 

I never knew I loved you (till I lost 
you) w Jack Yellen, m Harold Barlow. 
9 8Bay50; EP379893. Jack Yellen (A) ; 
24Apr78; RE 2-531. 



EP49395. Elinor Remick Warren (A) 
24Bar78; BE 2-893. 



I SAW A LITTLE TAILOR. 

I saw a little tailor; song for high 
voice, F, 6 piano. a Elinor Remick 
Warren, w Eleanor Farjeon. © 20Sep50; 
EP49398. Elinor Remick Warren (A) ; 
2UHar78; RE 2-894. 



I SOLEBNLY SWEAB. 

I solemnly swear. w Glen T. Boore, m 
Lou Bandman. © 30Dec50; EP51790. Glen 
T. Moore (A) ; 6Bar78; RE 979. 



I STILL FEEL THE SAME ABOOT YOO. 

I still feel the same about you. w & 
m Donald D. Beid G Dick Manning. 
© 20Dec50; EP51619. Don Beid (A); 
29Mar78; BE 1-807. 



I STILL HAVE THE STABS. 

I still have the stars. u 6 m Edwin 
Henry Light. © 22Har50; E0197973. 
Edwin H. Light (A) ; 16flar78; RE 1-766. 



I STILL BISS YOO. 

I still miss you. w Jack Elliott, 
Lew Quadling. © 28Aug50; E0214117. 
Lew Quadling (A) ; 13Jan78; BE 41. 



I TAOT I TAW A PODDY TAT. 

I taut I taw a puddy tat. Words and 
music: Alan Livingston, Billy Hay 6 
Warren Foster. Add. ti. : I thought I 
saw a pussy-cat. © 22Nov50; EFO-16057. 
Alan Livingston, Billy May 6 Warren 
Foster (A); 3Apr78; BE 2-136. 



I WAS THE LAST ONE TO HEAB. 

I was the last one to hear. Words 6 
music: Tot Seymour G Al Goodhart. 
© 18Sep50; E0215840. Genevieve Wolfe 

(C of Tot Seymour) & Eleanor Goodhart 

(H) ; 7Jun78; BE 3-705. 



I WILL LIFT OP BINE EYES. 

I will lift up mine eyes. Music: 
Gertrude H. Bicholson. (In The Choir 
leader, June 1950) NM: music. 
© 20Apr50; B246284. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-892. 



I WILL PRAISE THEE, O GOD. 

I will praise Thee, God. Painting 
by Ortlip. 31Mar50; K24647. 
Providence Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 
18Bay78; BE 3-067. 



I WILL WAIT. 

I will wait. Words G music: Bildred 
Colclough. © 26Oct50; E0219458. 
Mildred Colclough (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 1-673. 



I WISH WE CO0LD TRY ALL OVER AGAIN. 

I wish we could try all over again. 
Words G music: Ann Jones. © 23Jun50; 
EP47638. Ann Jones (A) ; 26Jan78; 
RE 280. 



I WISHED THAT I WAS DEAD. 

I wished that I was dead. Piano copy, 
w 6 m fiegina Day, pseud, of Elizabeth 
Joan Schroeder. © 27Oct50; E0219610. 
Josephine Baier Leutz E John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 22flay78; RE 3-630. 



I. 0. 0. A LOT 0' LOVIN', BABY. 

I. 0. 0. a lot o 1 lovin' , baby. Words 
and melody by Bildred Leek HcLarrin 

(Mildred Leek BcLarrin Smith) 

© 18Jan50; E0190527. Mildred Smith 

(A) ; 25May78; BE 3-157. 



I OVERLOOKED AN ORCHID. 

I overlooked an orchid. Words S 
music: Carl Story, Carl Smith 6 Shirly 
Lyn, pseud, of Jerry Organ. © 29Dec50; 
EP52347. Margaret Organ (W) ; 3Bar78; 
RE 899. 



I OVERLOOKED AN ORCHID. 

I overlooked an orchid. Words 5 
music: Carl Story, Carl Smith & Shirly 
Lyn. © 29Dec50; EP52347. Carl Story 
(A) ; 3Bar78; RE 900. 



I OVERLOOKED AN ORCHID. 

I overlooked an orchid. Words 6 
music: Carl Story, Carl Smith 6 Shirly 
Lyn. © 29Dec50; EP52347. Carl Smith 
(A) ; 3Har78; RE 901. 



I PLAYED FIDDLE FOB THE CZAR. 

I played fiddle for the Czar. Arr. 
for 4 part male chorus: William 
Stickles. NM: arr. © 31Dec50; 
EP53038. Chappell S Company, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 16Feb78; RE 521. 



I REALLY BELIEVE. 

I really believe. Words G music: Mary 
DeLoach. © 40ct50; E0217356. Bary 
DeLoach (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-667. 



I SAW A LITTLE TAILOR. 

I saw a little tailor; song for low 
voice, D, 6 piano, m Elinor Remick 
Warren, w Eleanor Farjeon. © 20Sep50; 



I THO0GBT I SAW A P0SSY-CAT. See 

I taut I taw a paddy tat. (HE 2-136. 



I TOOK IT LYING DOWN. 

I took it lying down. By Harion 
Spitzer Thompson. (In Ladies' home 
journal, Nov. 1950) © 27Oct50; 
B515738. Barion Spitzer Thompson (A); 
18Bay78; BE 3-088. 



I WALK IN MY SLEEP. 

I walk in my sleep. Lyrics S music: 
Dave Bartholomew. © 27Jun50; E0208056. 
Dave Bartholomew (A) ; 1Feb78; BE 456. 



I WALK WITH GOD. 

I walk with God. Music: Blanche 
Douglas Byles. (In The Choir herald, 
June 1950) NH: music. © 20Apr50; 
B246285. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 27Har78; RE 1-895. 



I WANNA DO SOMETHING FOB SANTA CLA0S. 

I wanna do something for Santa Claus. 
Words: Hal Blair, music: Fred Stryker. 
© 10Jul50; E0210701. Fred Stryker 6 
Hal Blair (A); 1Feb78; RE 457. 



I WANT TO DO IT. 

I want to do it. By Constance Phyllis 
Dietz (Constance Phyllis Hunt) 
© 9Jun50; E0206391. Constance Phyllis 
Hunt (A); 4Bay78; RE 2-587. 



I WANT YOO TO KNOW. 

I want you to know. Words 6 music: 
Winifred Benson 6 Charles Fowlkes. 
© 6Feb50; E0192798. Winifred Benson 5 
Charles Fowlkes (A); 10Apr78; HE 3-279. 



I WONDEB, I WONDEB. 

I wonder, I wonder. Piano copy. w G 
m Begina Day, pseud, of Elizabeth Joan 
Schroeder. © 11Sep50; E0215077. 
Josephine Maier Leutz G John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 22Hay78; RE 3-626. 



THE ICE IS THICK. 

The Ice is thick. No. 1395. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Hoses) © 26Apr50; G016150. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; RE 2-212. 



ICH HAB'S GEBN MITTEN IN DEE NACHT. See 
Tee-ka tee-ka tah. (RE 898.) 



(ICH HAB'S GEHN HITTEN IN DER NACHT) .. 

(Ich hab's gern mitten in der Nacht) 
tee-ka tee-ka tah. w Hal David, m 
Robert Stolz. © on English words; 
11Dec50; EP52178. Hal David (A); 
27Bar78; RE 1-748. 



(ICH HAB'S GERN BITTEN IN DER NACHT) .. 

(Ich hab's gern mitten in der Nacht) 
tee-ka tee-ka tah. w Hal David, m 
Robert Stolz. © 11Dec50; EP52178. 
Yvonne Louise Stolz (W) ; 27Har78; 
RE 1-753. 



ICH KA0F EIN HA0S MIR A0F DEB ALH, J0HO! 

Ich kauf ein Haus mir auf der Aim, 
juhu! w Heinz Woezel, m Siegfried 
Stuerzer (pseud.: S. Stenford) 
© 30May50; EFO-3745. Heinz Woezel (A) ; 
10JU178; BE 3-856. 



ICH NEBH HEIN FAHRBAD. 

Ich nehm mein Fahrrad. w Heinz 
Woezel, m Sigi Stenford, pseud, of 
Siegfried Stuerzer. © 1Aug50; 
EFO-4966. Heinz Woezel (A) ; 10Jul78; 
BE 4-250. 



1978 



COBBENT BEGISTBATIONS 



49 



ICH TEL BENKEN. 

Ich vel beoken. Music by Alexander 
Olshanetsky. 11Oct50; E0217942. 
Anita Olshanetsky Billens (C) ; 17Feb78; 
RE 76 0. 



I'D LIKE TO HEAR THOSE SPOBS ... 

I'd like to hear those spurs 
a-jinglin' Merry Christmas once again. 
Music: Sheldon P. Pay. 14Aug50; 
E0212217. Sheldon P. Fay (A); 3Apr78; 
BE 2-020. 



I'D BATHER BE A BOOSTER. 

1*3 rather be a rooster. v 6 a Benny 
Carter a.k.a. Johnny Gomez, 6 Paul 
Tance. GMar50; E0196144. Benny 
Carter a.k.a. Johnny Gomez (A); 26Apr78; 
RE 2-576. 



I'D BATHER BE WRONG. 

I'd rather be wrong. iords S music: 
Joe Thomas t Howard Biggs. @ 10Mar50; 
E0196771. Joe Thomas (A); 27Mar78; 
RE 1-745. 



AS IDEA OF ENORMOSS TALOE TO A ... 

An Idea of enormous value to a 
cigarette manufacturer. By H. Stewart 
Kilborne, Jr. 6 16Say50; AA150663. R. 
Stewart Kilborne, Jr. (A); 24Apr78; 
BE 2-643. 



IDEAL COZY-BOCS. 

Ideal cozy-mocs. 9 18May50; KK50960. 
Mrs. Day's Ideal Baby Shoe Company, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 5Jun78; RE 3-170. 



IDEAS AND BED: THE STORY. OF BESTERN ... 

Ideas and men: the story of Western 
thought; text ed. By Crane Brinton. 
8Jun50; A44703. Crane Brinton (A) ; 
7Jun78; RE 3-757. 



IDEAS FOB YO0NG PEOPLE'S PARTIES. 

Ideas for young people's parties. By 
Kenneth Oscar Anderson 6 Maurice Arthur 
Carlson. 6 3Har50; AA1 53804. Kenneth 
Oscar Anderson (A) ; 4Bay78; BE 2-707. 



IF ETER YO0 SH00LD CHANGE YO0B MIND. 

If ever you should change your mind, 
w 6 m George Henry Kissling. Q 12Apr50; 
E0200448. Marguerite K. Buurma, 
Lorraine Hichards 6 George H. Kissling, 
Jr. (C) ; 6Apr78; RE 2-163. 



IF I DIDN'T ALREADY LOVE YO0, BABY 

If I didn't already loTe you, baby 
(I'd certainly fall in loTe with you 
now) v Al Lewis, m Mabel Wayne. 
S 17Apr50; EP45495. Mabel Wayne (A) ; 
7Mar78; RE 992. 



IF I DIDN'T LOTE Y00 SO. 

If I didn't loTe you so. iords 6 
music: Bill Richards, Mario DeLagarde £ 
Terrel Leonard. 27Jan50; E0191593. 
Bill Richards, Mario DeLagarde 6 Terrel 
Leonard (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-678. 



IF IT WASN'T FOR YO0. 

If it wasn't for you. words 6 masic: 
Lloyd Thompson. 6 17Apr50; E0200715. 
Lloyd Thompson (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-682. 



IF IT'S SO, BABY. 

If it's so, baby. Bords 6 music: Bill 
Richards 6 Terrel Leonard. 6 27Jan50; 
EB191594. Bill Richards 6 Terrel 
Leonard (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-679. 



IF MY DREAMS WO0LD COME TR0E. 

If ay dreams would come true. iords C 
music: Sid Sprung, Phil Rose 6 Lou 
Sprung. O 19May50; E0204456. Sid 
Sprung, Phil Rose 6 Lou Sprung (A) ; 
10Apr78; RE 3-288. 



IF TEARS iOOLD BRING TOO BACK. 

If tears would bring you back. Words 
6 music: Johnnie Wright, Jack Anglin 6 
Jim Anglin. O 30Dec50; EP51624. 
Johnnie Wright 6 Jim Anglin (A) ; 
20Mar78; RE 1-010. 



IF THIS BE LOTE. 

If this be love. iords 6 music: Gould 
Thomas Pritchett. & 18Sep50; E0215822. 
Gould Thomas Pritchett (A) ; 9Jan78; 
RE 29. 



IF YO0 CAN'T HOLD A MAN ilTH YO0R ... 

If you can't hold a man with your 
kisses. w 6 m Ray T. Muir (TiTian M. 
Landry) S 1May50; E0202213. Tivian M. 
Landry (A); 27Feb78; BE 501. 



IF YO0 COME BACK TO ME. 

If you come back to me. w Marvin 
James Moore, m George Hubbard Campbell, 
Jr. 6 6JQ150; E0208805. Marvin J. 
Moore (A) ; 8May78; RE 3-454. 



IF YO0 DID HALF AS M0CH FLIBTIN*. 

If you did half as ouch flirtin'. 
Words 6 music: Clem Watts, Ben Trace 6 
Sam Martin. © 15Dec50; EP51381. Clem 
Watts, Ben Trace 6 Sam Martin (A) ; 
7flar78; BE 762. 



IF YOD WANT TO KEEP ME BABY. 

If you want to keep me baby. Words G 
music: Gerald Graham Valentine. 
e 14Dec50; E0223694. Gerald Graham 
Valentine (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 3-319. 



IF YOO'RE GONNA SEE O' SHAOGHNESSY 

If you're gonna see O'Shaughnessy 
(tell him he promised to marry me) 
iords: Richard Adler, music: Philip 
Springer. 29Dec50; EP52162. Richard 
Adler S Philip Springer (A); 7Mar78; 
BE 769. 



IF YOO'RE J0ST HALF (OF WHAT I THINK 

If you're just half (of what I think 
you are) Music: John H. Batchelor, 
words: Paul Vandervoort 2d. 25Jul50; 
EP48098. John H. Batchelor d.b.a. Oak 
Music Publishing Company (PCi) ; 13Bar78; 
RE 958. 



ILCO B0ILDERS, APR. 1950. See 

The Legend of the Limestone Hills. 
(RE 989.) 



THE ILIAD. 

The Iliad. Translators, Alston Hard 
Chase S William G. Perry, Jr. NM: 
translation. © 28Mar50; A42401. 
Alston Hurd Chase S William G. Perry, 
Jr. (A); 17Har78; RE 1-441. 



I'LL BE BACK. 

I'll be back. Belody writer: Charles 

F. Kenny, lyric writer: Nick Kenny. 

3Nov50; E0220372. Charles F. Kenny 
(A), B. Joy Dickens 6 Patricia T. Goebel 
(C of Nick Kenny); 23Jan78; BE 135. 



I'LL FARE BETTER IN THAT LAND. 

I'll fare better in that land. Words 
6 music: E. P. Johnson. © 13Jun50; 



E0206780. B_ P. Johnson (A) ; 10Apr78j 
RE 3-299. 



I'LL GO ALL THE WAY WITH YO0, BY . . . 

I'll go all the way with you, my 
darlin'. w £ m Harry Tobias, William A. 
Dillon 6 Henry Tobias. 6 8flay50; 
E0203159. Henry Tobias (A), William A. 
Dillon, Jr. E Beverly Graves (C of 
William A. Dillon); 28Apr78; RE 2-604. 



I'LL BAIL THE LETTER. 

I'll mail the letter. No. 1392. By 
Grandma Boses (Anna Bary Robertson 
Moses) 6 26Apr50; G016147. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; RE 2-209. 



I'LL BAKE BELIETE. 

I'll make believe. Words and music: 
Earl Alberts. O 10Nov50; EP50541. 
Earl Alberts (A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-294. 



I'LL NETEB BE LONELY AGAIN. 

I'll never be lonely again. w Ruth 
Hughes Aarons, m Albert Hague. 
27Dec50; EP52268. Albert Hague (A) ; 
27Har78; RE 1-749. 



I'LL NEVER BE LONELY AGAIN. 

I'll never be lonely again, w Ruth 
Hughes Aarons, m Albert Hague. 
6 27Dec50; EP52268. Ruth Hughes Aarons 
(A) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-027. 



I'LL NEVERBOBE BE SHACKLED IN A 

I'll nevermore be shackled in a fool's 
paradise. Bords & music: Boudleaux 
Bryant & Cowboy Copas. © 29Dec50; 
E0224811. Boudleaux Bryant (A); 
20flar78; RE 1-019. 



I'LL REilEBBER APRIL. 

I'll remember April. Original words 6 
music by Don Raye, Gene DePaul S Pat 
Johnston, arr. for piano solo: George 
Shearing. 6 on arr.; 3Nov50; EP50425. 
B C A Basic, a division of B c A, Inc. 
(PWH of George Shearing); 1Har78; 
RE 679. 



I'LL RIDE ON A CLO0D ilTH BY LOSD. 

I'll ride on a cloud with my Lord. 
Bords & music: Bary DeLoach. © 1Sep50; 
E02 14016. Bary DeLoach (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 1-665. 



I'LL SEE IA IN KOREA. 

I'll see ya in Korea, w Buddy Ebsen 
(Christian Ebsen) , m Bonnie Lake (Bonnie 
Lake Burray) © 31Aug50; E0213958. 
Buddy Ebsen a.k.a. Christian Ebsen (A); 
3Jan78; RE 6. 



I'LL STILL KEEP LOVING IO0. 

I'll still keep loving you. Bords & 
music by Ted Bossman. C 6Nov50; 
E0220514. Sahla Bossman (I), Byra 
Bossman & Dawn Hossman Farman (C) ; 
15May78; RE 2-964. 



I'M ALWAYS DO0BLE CROSSED BY THE BOON. 

I'm always double crossed by the Boon. 
Author of music: Albert Hay Balotte, 
author of lyrics: Irving Walter 
Phillips. O ^BaySO; E0205147. 
Barguerite Balotte (W) 6 Irving Phillips 
(A); 17Apr78; BE 2-188. 



I'M AT THAT PERFECT AGE. 

I'm at that perfect age. w S m Harry 
Harris. O 15Jun50; E0207765. Harry 
Harris (A); 12Jun78; BE 3-648. 



50 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



I'M BACK TO WHERE I STAHTED. 

I'm back to where I started. Words 6 
music by Eddie Lisbona S Joe Lubin. 
15Dec50; EP51342. Eddie Lisbona 6 
Joe Lubin (A); 1Bar78; BE 682. 



I'M BOUND FOR IRELAND. 

I'm bound for Ireland. w & m George 
Henry Kissling. 12Apr50; EU200449. 
flarguerite K. Buurma, Lorraine Bichards 
6 George H. Kissling, Jr. (C) ; 6Apr78; 
RE 2-162. 



I'D BHEAKIN' HI BACK, POTTIN' OP A 

I'm breakin' my back, puttin' up a 
front for you. w Hort Greene, m Allie 
Wrubel. O 22Dec50; EP51720. Bort 
Greene (A); 13Mar78; RE 1-759. 



I'M BREAKIN' BY BACK, POTTIN' OP A 

I'm breakin" my back, puttin" up a 
front for you. w Mort Greene, m Allie 
Wrubel. © 22Dec50; EP51720. Wanda 
Wood Wrubel (W) , Robert W. Wrubel & 
Thomas P. Wrubel (C) ; 29Har78; RE 1-808. 



I'M CONFESSIN" (THAT I LOVE TOO) 

I'm confessin' (that I love you) By 
Bourne, Inc., employer for hire of 
arranger, Milton James. NM: arr. 
Q 20Dec50; EP51353. Bourne Company 
(PWH) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-943. 



of Oskar Ernst Bernhardt. NM: revisions 
6 additions. 29Dec50; APO-4393. 
Irmingard Bernhardt (PPW) ; 18May78; 
BE 3-852. 



I'd LITTLE, BOT I'M LO0D. 

I'm little, but I'm loud. Words 6 
music: Jimmy Dickens 6 Boudleauz Bryant. 
29Dec50; B0224817. Jimmy Dickens 6 
Boudleaux Bryant (A) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-024. 



I'M LIVIN" O.K. 

I'm livin' O.K. Words 6 music: N. 
DeLagarde, B. S. Richard, B. Eichard, B. 
Nunn, T. Leonard & Johnny Otis. 
C 20Bar50; E0197479. M. DeLagarde, B. 
Nunn, B. S. Richard, T. Leonard, R. 
Richard G Johnny Otis (A); 10Apr78; 
RE 1-659. 



I'M NOT FALLING IN LOVE WITH YO0. 

I'm not falling in love with you. 
Words 6 music: Johnny Otis. © 9Feb50; 
E0193154. Johnny Otis (A) ; 10Apr78; 
BE 1-655. 



I'M ON TOP OF THE WORLD (DEAR) 

I'm on top of the world (dear) Words 
and melody by Mildred Leek McLarrin 
(Mildred Leek McLarrin Smith) © 9Jan50; 
E0189586. Mildred Smith (A); 25Bay78; 
BE 3-156. 



31Jan50; B23 1863. Alfred McClung Lee 
(A) ; 20Mar78; BE 126. 



THE IBPOSTOB. See 

Tartuffe. (BE 1-601.) 



IMPOSTOHA. 

Impostora. Words 6 music: Mario Cesar 
DeJesus B. 20Dec50; EP52176. Mario 
Cesar DeJesus B. (A); 24Feb78; BE 695. 



IMPRESSIONISTS AND SYMBOLISTS. 

Impressionists and symbolists; Manet, 
Degas, Monet, Pissarro. Sisley, Renoir, 
Cezanne, Seurat, Gauguin, Van Gogh and 
Toulouse-Lautrec. By Lionello Venturi, 
translation: Francis Steegmuller. NM: 
translation. © 14Aug50; A47724. 
Francis Steegmuller (A) ; 1May78; 
RE 2-651. 



IMPRESSIONISTS AND SYMBOLISTS. 

Impressionists and symbolists; Manet, 
Degas, Monet, Pissarro, Sisley, Renoir, 
Cezanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Toulouse- 
Lautrec. By Lionello Venturi 6 Francis 
Steegmuller. © 14Aug50; A47724. Ada 
Venturi (W) ; 12Jun78; RE 3-609. 



L'IMPROMPTO DE VERSAILLES. 
Tartuffe. (RE 1-601.) 



See 



I'M GONNA GET A DOG, LIKE OLD MOIHEB ... 

I'm gonna get a dog, like Old Mother 
Hubbard had. Words & music: Mary 
Schaeffer. © 180ct50; EP50191. Elinor 
Schaeffer Ellis (C) ; 6Jun78; BE 2-991. 



I'M GONNA MAKE YO0 RON. 

I'm gonna make you run. Words S 
music: Oliver B. Adams. © 20Mar50; 
E01971I75. Oliver B. Adams (A); 10Apr78; 
BE 1-657. 



I'M GONNA BOCK ('TIL MY BOCKER ... 

I'm gonna rock ('til my rocker breaks 
down) w 5 m Benny Carter a.k.a. Johnny 
Gomez, 6 Paul Vance. © 30Jan50; 
E0192077. Benny Carter (A); 26Apr78; 
BE 2-579. 



I'M HAPPY TO KNOW YOO'BE HAPPY. 

I'm happy to know you're happy. w Al 
Hoffman & Mann Curtis, pseud., m Paul 
Siegel. © 5Oct50; EP70468. Nancy 
Hoffman (W of Al Hoffman); 20Jun78; 
BE 3-829. 



I'M SO M0CH IN LOVE WITH DIXIE. 

I'm so much in love with Dixie. By 
Chuck Wolfe (Charles Vernon Wolfe) 
© 15May50; E0203849. Charles Vernon 
Wolfe (A) ; 3Bar78; BE 949. 



I'M THBO0GH. , 

I'm through. Words S music: B. 
DeLagarde, B. S. Richard, B. Richard, B. 
Nunn, T. Leonard 6 Johnny Otis. 
© 20flar50; E0197478. M. DeLagarde. B. 
Nunn, B. S. Eichard, T. Leonard, R. 
Richard 6 Johnny Otis (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 1-658. 



I'M TIRED. 

I'm tired. Words & music: E. P. 

Johnson. © 24May50; E0205015. E. P. 

Johnson (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 3-290. 



I'M TIRED OF PLAYIN' SECOND FIDDLE 

I'm tired of playin' second fiddle to 
a steel guitar. Words and music: Larry 
Buchanan. © 40ct50; E0217299. Larry 
Buchanan (A) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-309. 



THE IMPROVEMENT EBA, NOV. 1950. See 
Rebound. (BE 3-406.) 



IN A0TOMN TIME. 

In autumn time. No. 1422. By Grandma 
Boses (Anna Mary Bobertson Moses) 
© 24JU150; G016667. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c. t.a. ); 12Jun78; BE 3-730. 



IN LOVE AGAIN. 

In love again. By Lonny Johnson. 
© 27Jan50; E01 92369. Lonny Johnson 
(A) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-094. 



IN MEHORIAM. 

In memoriam; a comminatory comedy in 
one act. By Campbell Robson. 
© 31Dec50; DF70. Myrtle Robson (W) ; 
17Feb78; BE 1-115. 



IN NEW JER0SALEM. 

In new Jerusalem. Words £ music: 
P. Johnson. © 13Jun50; E0206775. 
P. Johnson (A); 10Apr78; BE 3-295. 



E. 
E. 



I'M IN HIS CABE. 

I'm in His care. Words and music: 
Wendell P. Loveless. (In Radio songs 
and choruses) © 10Aug51 (in notice: 
1950) ; EP58552. Wendell P. Loveless 
(A) ; 13Apr78; RE 3-580. 



I'M IN LOVE WITH A FACE I NEVER SEE. 

I'm in love with a face I never see. 
Words S music: Virginia Walsh. 
9 26Dec50; E0224582. Virginia Walsh 
(A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-676. 



I'M TIBED OF YO0 BEING TIBED OF ME. 

I'm tired of you being tired of me. 
Words 6 music: Bill Roberts. © 9Nov50; 
E0221296. Peer International 
Corporation (PWH) ; 6Mar78; BE 1-196. 



I'M TRYING TO REMEMBER TO FORGET. 

I'm trying to remember to forget. 
lords 6 music: Dallas Turner 6 Bill 
Griffin. S 9Nov50; E0221294. Peer 
International Corporation (PWH of Bill 
Griffin); 20Mar78; BE 1-708. 



IN OLD VIENNA. 

In old Vienna. Words 6 music: Herman 
Lubinsky 6 Jack Betzner. © 26Oct50; 
E0219455. Herman Lubinsky & Jack 
Betzner (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-671. 



IN STALIN'S APABTMENT. 

In Stalin's apartment. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 155) © 9Nov50; AA166401 V Sara 
Audley 6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78;* 
BE 3-505. 



IM LICHTE DEB WAHRHEIT. 

Im Lichte der Wahrheit. Bd. 2, 
Gralsbotschaft. By Abd-ru-shin, pseud, 
of Oskar Ernst Bernhardt. NM: revisions 
6 additions. © 17Aug50; AFO-2645. 
Irmingard Bernhardt (PPW) ; 18Bay78; 
BE 3-851. 



THE IMPACT OF GOVEBNBENT ON BEAL 

The Impact of government on real 
estate finance in the Onited States. By 
Biles Lanier Colean. © 30ct50; A48256. 
National Bureau of Economic Research, 
Inc. (PWH); 7Apr78; BE 2-182. 



IN THAT OLD LOG CABIN. 

In that old log cabin, w & m Bill 
Wellington Noble (William Wellington 
Noble) © 13flar50; E0196763. William 
Wellington Noble (Bill) (A); 27Feb78; 
BE 838. 



IB LICHTE DER WAHRHEIT. 

Im Lichte der Wahrheit. Bd. 3, 
Gralsbotschaft. By Abd-ru-shin, pseud. 



IBPLEBENTATION OF OPINION SORVEY 

Implementation of opinion survey 
standards. By Alfred McClung Lee. (In 
Public opinion quarterly, Jan. 31, 1950) 



IN THE BLACKSMITH SHOP. 

In the blacksmith shop. No. 1429. By 
Grandma Boses (Anna Mary Robertson 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



51 



IN THE BLACKSMITH SHOP. (CON.) 

Doses) 24Jul50; GU16674. James C. 

Tomasi (Ada. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-737. 



IN THB CAMP. 

In the camp. No. 1421. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Hacy Robertson Hoses) 
24Jul50; GU16669. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a. of the estate of Anna Hary 
Robertson Hoses); 12Jun78; RE 3-732. 



IN THE KITCHEN. 

In the kitchen; six easy pieces for 
the pianoforte. Husic: Hontague fining. 
6 5Jul50; EPO-4454. Hontague Ewing 
(A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-260. 



IN THE KBEMLIN. 

In the Kremlin. By Winston Spencer 
Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, episode 
153) 7Nov50; AA 166402. Sara Audley 
5 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-506. 



IN THE NAHE OF JUSTICE. 

In the name of justice. By 
Trendle-Dougall. (The Lone Banger, no. 
2673-1898) 6 22Har50; D023879. Lone 
Hanger Television, Inc. (PBH); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-529. 



IN THE SHADOB OF HIS KINGS. 

In the shadow of His wings. Music 
arr. Ellen Jane Lorenz. (In The 
Volunteer choir, July 1950) NM: music 
arr. © 31Hay50; B249249. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PBH) ; 24May78; 
RE 3-237. 



IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT. 

In the still of the night. Arr. for 
piano accordion: Charles Nunzio. NH: 
arr. 6 31Dec50; EP52679. Chappell £ 
Company, Inc. (PBH) ; 16Feb78; RE 518. 



IN YOUR HEART. 

In your heart. Bords and melody by 
Hildred Leek HcLarrin (Mildred Leek 
HcLarrin Smith) © 27Jan50; E0191845- 
Hildred Smith (A) ; 25May78; BE 3-161. 



INCREDIBLE TALE: THE ODYSSEY OF THE 

Incredible tale: the Odyssey of the 
average American in the last half 
century. By Gerald B. Johnson. 
© 16Har50; A42681. Gerald B. Johnson 
(A) ; 13Bar78; RE 1-423. 



LA INDESEABLE. 

La Indeseable. Bords S music: Carlos 
Crespo Cafuentes. 6 20Dec50; EF17221. 
Carlos Crespo Cafuentes (A); 24Feb78; 
BE 70 1. 



INDEX TO HANDICRAFTS, HODELHAKING ... 

Index to Handicrafts, modelmaking and 
workshop projects. 2d suppl. By 
Eleanor Cook Lovell E Ruth Hason Hall. 
4Dec50; A50267. Ruth H. Hall (A); 
5Hay78; HE 2-656. 



INDIAN AGENT. 

Indian agent. By Albert H. Kneale. 
© 11Sep50; A47989. Albert H. Kneale 
(A) ; 28Feb78; BE 829. 



INDIAN ART OF THE AHEEICAS. 

Indian art of the Americas. By LeBoy 
H. Appleton. © 90ct50; A48554. LeBoy 
H. Appleton (A); 29Har78; BE 1-867. 



INDIANA HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS, V. 32. 
See 
Journals of the General Assembly of 
Indiana Territory, 1805-1815. 
(RE 2-532.) 



INDIFPERENT. 

Indifferent. Bords £ music: Morris 
Rattner. O 6Nov50; E0220492. Morris 
Rattner (A); 30May78; BE 3-433. 



INDIVIDUAL INITIATIVE IN BUSINESS. 

Individual initiative in business. 
Editor: George Howard Allen. © 13Dec50; 
A50505. George Howard Allen (A); 
18Apr78; HE 2-445. 



THE INDOOB BIHD BATCHER'S MANUAL. 

The Indoor bird watcher's manual. 
Text: Helen Ferril 6 Anne Folsom. 
© 1Apr50; A43860. Helen Ferril 6 Anne 
Folsom (A) ; 22May78; RE 2-770. 



INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS REVIEB. 

Industrial and labor relations review. 
Vol. 3, no. 3, Apr. 1950. © 20Har50; 
B239179. Cornell University (PCB) ; 
8Feb78; RE 462. 



INDUSTRIAL AND LABOB RELATIONS BEVIEB. 

Industrial and labor relations review. 
Vol. 3, no. 4, July 1950. 6 20Jun50; 
B257041. Cornell University (PCB) ; 
8Feb78; BE 463. 



INDUSTRIAL AND LABOB RELATIONS BEVIEB. 

Industrial and labor relations review. 
Vol. 4, no. 1, Oct. 1950. © 40ct50; 
B274677. Cornell Oniversity (PCB) ; 
8Feb78; RE 464. 



INDUSTRIAL INSPECTION METHODS. 

Industrial inspection methods. By 
Leno C. Hichelon. Revised ed. NH: 
completely re-written and brought 
up-to-date. © 12Apr50; A42915. Leno 
C Michelon (A) ; 13Jun78; RE 3-669. 



INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 

Industrial Supply Company, Inc. 
Catalog no. 50. By Beinberg 6 McKee, 
Inc. © 1Dec50; AA168922. Jagua-McKee, 
Inc. (PBH) ; 5Jun78; RE 3-922. 



THE INFANT BABE IS RESTING. 

The Infant Babe is resting. For solo, 
SATB voices S organ. Music by Paul C. 
Tonner, text by Ann Bowers £ Ada 
Shippen. © 14Dec50; EP51885. Paul C. 
Tonner (A) ; 10Mar78; RE 937. 



THE INNOCENTS. 

The Innocents; a new play in two acts. 
By Billiam Archibald. Acting ed. Based 
on The Turn of the screw, by Henry 
James. S 2Har50; D23482. Baldwin 
Bergersen (E of Billiam Archibald) ; 
12Jan78; BE 84. 



INNOCENTS AT HOME. 

Innocents at home. By Bob Considine 
(Robert Considine) © 7Feb50; A40696. 
Mildred Considine (B) ; 6Feb78; RE 415. 



INSIGNIA IN OUTLINE OF MOOSE'S ANTLER. 

Insignia in outline of moose's antler. 
By Sidney Lee Courtney. © 23Feb50; 
G15539. Sidney Lee Courtney (A) ; 
3Apr78; RE 2-186. 



INSTRUCTIONS ET LISTE DES PARTIES ... 

Instructions et liste des parties pour 
l'attachement pour boutonnieres Singer 
121795. Formule 20442, French (650) By 
Singer Manufacturing Company. NM: new 
translation 6 ill. 18JU150; 
AA157145. The Singer Company (PWH) ; 
3Apr78; RE 2-067. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADJUSTING FEED 

Instructions for adjusting feed dogs, 
needle carrier, left and right loopers 
on Singer machines 246-1, 246-2, 246-3 
and 246-4 using gauge number 164459 and 
on machine 246-5 using gauge number 
164460. Form 20449, Mar. 1950. By 
Singer Manufacturing Company. NM: new 
ill. © 21Apr50; AA150462. The Singer 
Company (PBH) ; 3Apr78; HE 2-054. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOB INSTALLING SINGER ... 

Instructions for installing Singer 
needle cooler air hose and nozzle 
complete, 160136. Form 20462, Apr. 
1950. By Singer Manufacturing Company. 
© 3May50; AA150464. The Singer Company 
(PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-059. 



INSTRUCTIONS 

Instruction 
needle cooler 
complete, 160 
241, 400B and 
245-2 and 245 
transmitter S 
rev. June 195 
Company. NM: 
© 17Jul50; A 
Company (PBH) 



FOR INSTALLING SINGER ... 
s for installing Singer 

air hose and nozzle 
136, on machines of classes 

410N and machines 245-1, 
-3 driven by electric 
46 or S59. Form 20462, 
0. By Singer Manufacturing 

new ill. £ text. 
A157146. The Singer 
3Apr78; RE 2-068. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SINGER 

Instructions for installing Singer 
needle cooler air hose and nozzle 
complete 160163 on machines 253-1 and 

253-2 Form 20494, Sept. 1950. By 

Singer Manufacturing Company. 

© 21Nov50; AA168153. The Singer 

Company (PBH) ; 3Apr78; HE 2-083. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SINGER 

Instructions for installing Singer 
needle cooler air hose and nozzles 

complete 160154 . Form 20480, Nov. 

1950. By Singer Manufacturing Company. 
© 30Nov50; AA169178. The Singer 
Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-090. ■ 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SINGEH 

Instructions for installing Singer 
needle cooler air hose and nozzles 
complete 160155 .... Form 3068, Dec. 
1950. © 28Dec50; AA171096. The Singer 
Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-092. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SINGER ... 

Instructions for installing Singer 
needle coolers 994719 on electric 
transmitters S47 and S69 and 994787 on 
electric transmitters S46 and S59. Form 
20459, Mar. 1950. By Singer Manu- 
facturing Company. © 13Mar50; 
AA146746. The Singer Company (PBH); 
3Apr78; RE 2-052. 



INSTR0CTIONS FOR INSTALLING SINGER 

Instructions for installing Singer 
needle coolers 994719 on electric 
transmitters S47 and S69 and 994787 on 
electric transmitters S46 and S59 and 
994803 on sewing motors S38. Form 
20459, rev. June 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. £ 
text. © 17JU150; AA157147. The Singer 
Company (PBH) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-069. 



52 



HENEHALS 



JAN-JUN 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING, USING 

Instructions for installing, using and 
adjusting Singer sewing machine 1 <*6- 3 3. 
Form 20436, Jan. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: oei ill. 6 
text. O 30Mar50; AA148209. The Singer 
Company (PHH); 3Apr78; BE 2-055. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING AND ADJOSTING 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
Singer electronic seamer 248-2. From 
20098, rev. Apr. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NB: new ill. 6 
text. O 11May50; AA151950. The Singer 
Company (PHH); 3Apr78; RE 2-061. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR OSING AND ADJUSTING ... 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
Singer sewing machine 45H53 balance 
wheel at the left. Form 3055H, Sept. 
1950. By Singer Manufacturing Company. 
NR: new ill. £ text. 6 22Nov50; 
AA168269. The Singer Company (PWH) ; 
3Apr78; HE 2-084. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING AND ADJOSTING 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
Singer sewing machine 168H101. From 
3057H, May 1950. By Singer Manu- 
facturing Company. NB: new ill. 6 text. 
9 16Jun50; AA156073. The Singer 
Company (PHH); 3Apr78 ; RE 2-063. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING AND ADJUSTING ... 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
Singer sewing machine 178-1. Form 
19011, rev. Jan. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. £ 
text. 5Dec50; AA169177. The Singer 
Company (PHH); 3Apr78; RE 2-089. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING AND ADJOSTING 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
Singer sewing machine 212H100. Form 
3054W, Bar. 1950. By Singer Manu- 
facturing Company. NH: new ill. 6 text. 
9 28Apr50; AA150461. The Singer 
Company (PHH); 3Apr78; RE 2-053. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING AND ADJUSTING 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
Singer sewing machine 402H100. Form 
3034H, Feb. 1950. By Singer Manu- 
facturing Company. NM: new ill. 6 text. 
9 1Mar50; AA146744. The Singer Company 
(PHH) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-051. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING AND ADJUSTING 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
Singer sewing machines 147-100, 117-101, 

117-102, and 117-103 Form 18930, 

rev. Oct. 1950. By Singer Banuf acturing 
Company. NB: new ill. 9 22Nov50; 
AA168270. The Singer Company (PHH) ; 
3Apr78; RE 2-085. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING AND ADJUSTING 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
Singer sewing machines 117-114 and 
147-116, two needles and one looper. 
Form 20231, June 1950. By Singer 
Banuf acturing Company. NM: new text 6 
ill. 27Jul50; AA161787. The Singer 
Company (PHH); 3Apr78 ; RE 2-071. 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING AND ADJOSTING 

Instructions for using and adjusting 
singer sewing machines 117-117 and 
147-118, two needles and one looper, 
etc. Form 20452, July 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. 6 
text. O 20Sep50; AA 164013. The Singer 
Company (PHH); 3Apr78; HE 2-079. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOB USING NEW IMPROVED 

Instructions for using new improved 
Singer adjustable zigzag attachment 
160620 on Singer lock stitch family 
sewing machines. From 20458, Mar. 1950. 
By Singer Manufacturing Company. NM: 
new ill. £ text. O 31Mar50; AA148208. 
The Singer Company (PHH); 3Apr78; 
BE 2-056. 



INSTBUCTIONS FOB USING SINGEB 

Instructions for using Singer 
embroidery attachment 26538 on Singer 
lock stitch family sewing machines. 
Form 7464, rev. Nov. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. From form 7464, 
rev. Feb. 1930. NM: new ill. 
6 20Dec50; AA1 70583. The Singer 
Company (PHH); 3Apr78; HE 2-091. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING SINGER 

Instructions for using Singer portable 
electric sewing machine 221-1. Form 
20327, rev. July 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NH: compilation, 
new ill. 6 text. 6 19Sep50; AA164009. 
The Singer Company (PHH) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 2-07 5. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR OSING SINGEB SEHING .. 
Instructions for using Singer sewing 
machine 17-41. Form 20451, rev. Jan. 
1950. By Singer Manufacturing Company. 
© 25Jan50; AA141349. The Singer 
Company (PHH) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-050. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOB USING SINGEB SEHING 

Instructions for using Singer sewing 
machine 111H155. Form 3056H, Feb. 1950. 
By Singer Manufacturing Company. 
6 19Apr50; AA 150463. The Singer 
Company (PHH) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-058. 



INSTROCTIONS FOB USING SINGEH SEHING 

Instructions for using Singer sewing 
machines 15-88 and 15-89, reversible 
feed. Form 20316, rev. Apr. 1950. By 
Singer Manufacturing Company. NM: new 
ill. 6 text. © 17Oct50; AA166896. The 
Singer Company (PHH) ; 3Apr78: BE 2-080. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING SINGEB SEHING ... 

Instructions for using Singer sewing 
machines 253-1 and 253-2 one needle and 
one looper two-thread chain stitch. 
Form 20426, June 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. @ 31Jul50; 
AA161783. The Singer Company (PHH); 
3Apr78; BE 2-070. 



THE IV'STROMENTALIST. 

The Instrumentalist. Vol. 5, no. 1, 
Sept. 1950. 9 25Aug50; B260737. The 
Instrumentalist Company (PCH) ; 15May78; 
BE 2-958. 



THE INSTRUMENTALIST. 

The Instrumentalist. Vol. 5, no. 2, 
Oct. 1950. 9 25Sep50; B265194. The 
Instrumentalist Company (PCH); 15May78; 
BE 2-959. 



THE INSTRUMENTALIST. 

The Instrumentalist. Vol. 5, no. 3, 
Nov.-Dec. 1950. 9 250ct50; B274743. 
The" Instrumentalist Company (PCH) ; 
15May78; BE 2-960. 



THE INSTRUMENTALIST. 

The Instrumentalist. Vol. 5, no. 4, 
Jan.-Feb. 1951. 9 30Dec50; B279590. 
The Instrumentalist Company (PCH) ; 
26Jun78; BE 3-896. 



INTEBIOBS. 

Interiors. Vol. 109, no. 12, July 
1950. O 17Jul50; B256524. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-003. 



INTERIORS. 

Interiors. Vol. 110, no. 1, Aug. 
1950. O 9Aug50; B261325. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
BE 3-0 10. 



INTERIOBS. 

Interiors. Vol. 110, no. 2, Sept. 
1950. 6 15Sep50; B264847. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 3-014. 



INTERIORS. 

Interiors. Vol. 110, no. 3, Oct. 
1950. 50ct50; B267984. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 3-020. 



INTERIORS. 

Interiors. Vol. 110, no. 4, Nov. 
1950. 15Nov50; B273440. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
BE 3-027. 



INTERIORS. 

Interiors. Vol. 110, no. 5, Dec. 
1950. 20Dec50; B278882. Billboard 
Publications, Inc. (PCH); 6Jun78; 
BE 3-033. 



INTERMEDIATE BAND MUSICIANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. For 
trombone. Music & instructions by 
Irving Cheyette 6 Edwin M. Salzman. 
© 30Dec50; EP52035. Irving Cheyette £ 
Edwin M. Salzman (A) ; 1Mar78; BE 669. 



INTEBMEDIATE BAND MUSICIANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. For 
baritone (bass clef) Music 6 
instructions by Irving Cheyette 6 Edwin 
M. Salzman. © 30Dec50; EP52037. 
Irving Cheyette £ Edwin M. Salzman (A) ; 
1Mar78; RE 670. 



INTEBMEDIATE BAND M0SICIANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. For 
alto clarinet. Music 6 instructions by 
Irving Cheyette 6 Edwin M. Salzman. 
© 30Dec50; EP52038. Irving Cheyette 6 
Edwin M. Salzman (A); 1Mar78; RE 671. 



INTERMEDIATE BAND MUSICIANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. For 
tuba. Music £ instructions by Irving 
Cheyette E Edwin M. Salzman. 30Dec50; 
EP52039. Irving Cheyette £ Edwin M. 
Salzman (A); 1Mar78; BE 672. 



INTERMEDIATE BAND B0SICIANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. For 
baritone (treble clef) Busic £ 
instructions by Irving Cheyette £ Edwin 
M. Salzman. © 30Dec50; EP52040. 
Irving Cheyette £ Edwin H. Salzman (A) ; 
1Mar78; BE 673. 



INTERMEDIATE BAND M0SICIANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. For 
bass clarinet. Music £ instructions by 
Irving Cheyette £ Edwin M. Salzman. 
30Dec50; EP52041. Irving Cheyette £ 
Edwin B. Salzman (A) ; 1Mar78; BE 674. 



INTEEBEDIATE BAND MUSICIANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. For 
tenor saxophone. Music £ instruction by 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



53 



INTERMEDIATE BAND B USICI ANSHIP. (CON.) 
Irving Cheyette G Edwin H. Salzman. 
30Dec50; EP52042. Irving Cheyette £ 
Edwin B. Salzman (A); 1Bar78; RE 675. 



INTERBEDIATE BAND B OSICI ANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. Foe 
bassoon. Busic £ instructions by Irving 
Cheyette S Edwin B. Salzman. © 30Dec50; 
EP52044. Irving Cheyette 6 Edwin B. 
Salzman (A); 1Bar78; RE 676. 



INTERBEDIATE BAND BOS ICI ANSHIP. 

Intermediate band musicianship. For 
oboe. Busic £ instructions by Irving 
Cheyette £ Edwin B. Salzman. 30Dec50; 
EP52045. Irving Cheyette E Edwin B. 
Salzman (A); 1Bar78; BE 677. 



INTERBEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA. 

Intermediate college algebra. By 
Edward B. J. Pease. © 16Bay50; A44313. 
Edward B. J. Pease (A); 3Hay78; 
RE 2-722. 



INTERNATIONAL-COSBOPOLITAN, JAN. 1951. 
See 
I guess there are other girls. 
(RE 113.) 



INTRO DOCTION TO ECONOBICS. 

Introduction to economics. By 
Theodore Morgan. © 24Apr50; A43477. 

Theodore Borgan (A); 3Apr78; RE 2-119. 



INTRODUCTION TO HEART OF DARKNESS & .. 
Introduction to Heart of darkness £ 
Secret sharer, by Joseph Conrad. By 
Albert J. Guerard. S 1Dec50; 651801. 
Albert J. Guerard (A) ; 26Apr78; 
RE 2-586. 



INTRODUCTORY HEBREW GRABBAR. 

Introductory Hebrew grammar. By R. 
Laird Harris. e 9Oct50; A48808. H. 
Laird Harris (A); 10Apr78; RE 2-261. 



INTRODUCTORY SPANISH. See 

A Brief introduction to Spanish. 
(RE 474.) 



L'INTROOVABLE. 

L'Introuvable. De Dashiell Hammet, 
translation from English £of] The Thin 
man: Henri Robillot. NB : translation. 
6 1Oct50; AFO-3359. Henri Robillot 
(A) ; 22Hay78; RE 2-851. 



INVENTORIES AND BUSINESS CYCLES, 

Inventories and business cycles, with 
special reference to manufacturers' 
inventories. By Boses Abramovitz. 
160ct50; A48516. National Burean of 
Economic Research, Inc. (PWH) ; 7Apr78; 
«E 2-183. 



THE INVISIBLE REWEAVER. See 

The Listening child. (RE 3-571.) 



THE IOWA JOURNAL OF HISTORY. 

The Iowa journal of history. Vol. 48, 
no. 4, Oct. 1950. 1Dec50; B277119. 
Iowa State Historical Department, 
division of the State Historical Society 
(PCW) ; 23Feb78; RE 485. 



THE IOWA POOL: A STUDY IN RAILROAD 

The Iowa pool: a study in railroad 
competition, 1870-84. By Julius 
Grodinsky. 6 30Jun50; A45442. Sara 
Grodinsky (W) ; 15Hay78; RE 3-138. 



IRAN. 

Iran. (Cosmo series) 29May50; 
F8463. Rand McNally 6 Company (PWH); 
27Har78; RE 1-955. 



IRAN, PAST AND PRESENT. 

Iran, past and present. By Donald N 
wilber. 2d ed. NB: revisions. 
6 15Oct50; A50626. Donald N. Rilber 
(A) ; 16Jan78; RE 232. 



IRELAND. 

Ireland. (Cosmo series) © 29Bay50; 
F8 461. Rand HcNally E Company (PWH); 
27Har78; RE 1-954. 



THE IRISH LULLABY. 

The Irish lullaby. By Frederick 
Hazlitt Brennan. © 27Har50; A42286. 
Frederick Hazlitt Brennan (A); 21Apr78; 
BE 2-456. 



IRISH SUITE. See 

The Girl I left behind oe. (RE 790.) 



IRREBEDIABLEBENTE SOLO. 

Irremediablemente solo. Letra y 
musica: Avelino Hanoz. © 28Dec50; 
EF18184. Editorial Bexicana de Busica 
Internacional, S. A. (PHH) ; 13Har78; 
RE 1-458. 



IS IT LIFE ETEHNAL? 

Is it life eternal? Music £ words: 
Ira B. Wilson (A. T. Gilbert) £ Grace L. 
Hosmer. (In The Volunteer choir. Hay 
1950) © 27Bar50; B241550. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH); 27Sar78; 
RE 1-918. 



THE ISLE OF PORTLAND. 

The Isle of Portland; song. m John 
Edmunds. © 28Dec50; EFO-5753. John 
Edmunds (A); 24Feb78; RE 514. 



ISN'T IT STRANGE. 

Isn't it strange. Words £ music: 

Morris Rattner. 6 19Oct50; EU218799. 

Morris Rattner (A); 30Hay78; RE 2-990. 



IT AIN'T A GONNA HAPPEN TO BE. 

It ain't a gonna happen to me. Words 
6 music: Rodney Morris. © 21Aug50; 
EP48495. Rodney Horris (A) ; 26Jan78; 
RE 279. 



IT AIN'T RIGHT. 

It ain't right. Words and music: 
Emitt Slay. © 29Dec50; EP52163. Emitt 
Slay (A); 6Har78; RE 793. 



IT ALL HAPPENED TO BE. See 

Anybody can do anything. (RE 1-651.) 



IT DIDN'T BAKE ANY DIFFERENCE TO YOU. 

It didn't make any difference to you. 
w 6 a Charles Vernon Wolfe. © 15Bay50; 
EU203848. Charles Vernon Wolfe (A) ; 
3Bar78; RE 948. 



IT BIGHT BE YOU. 

It might be you. Busic by Hans May, 
words by Harold Purcell. © 30oct50; 
EFO-5338. Peter Ash (E of Hans Bay) 6 
L. B. L. Purcell (W) ; 13Bar78; BE 1-270. 



IT BILL SOON BE OVER. 

It will soon be over. Words 6 music: 
E. P. Johnson. © 13Jun50; EU206776. 
E. P. Johnson (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 3-296. 



IT'S A BOY. 

It's a boy. By Peter Arno. (In The 
New Yorker, Feb. 4, 1950) © 2Feb50; 
B230594. Patricia Arno, formerly 
Maxwell (C) ; 20flar78; RE 964. 



IT'S A GBAND NIGHT FOR SINGING. 

It's a grand night for singing. From 
State fair. Words: Oscar Hammerstein 
2d, music: Bichard Rodgers, arr. for 2 
part chorus: William Stickles. NB: arr. 
© 3 1Dec50; EP52678. Williamson Music, 
Inc. (PWH of William Stickles) ; 23Feb78; 
RE 724. 



IT'S A REAL PRETTY DAY. 

It's a real pretty day. Words: Hal 
Richardson, music: Johnny Potoker (John 
Potoker) © 29Dec50; EP52348. John 
Potoker (A); 21Feb78; RE 607. 



IT'S A REAL PRETTY DAY. 

It's a real pretty day. Words: Hal 
Ainslie Richardson, music: Johnny 
Potoker. © 29Dec50; EP52348. Hal 
Ainslie Richardson (A); 21Feb78; RE 608. 



IT'S A REAL PRETTY DAY. 

It's a real pretty day. Words: Hal 
Ainslie Richardson, music: Johnny 
Potoker (John Potoker) © 2Har50; 
E0195573. John Potoker (A) ; 21Feb78; 
RE 609. 



IT'S ALL OVER BUT THE TEARS. 

It's all over but the tears. Words 6 
music: Dallas Turner 6 Bill Griffin. 
© 9Nov50; EU221293. Peer International 
Corporation (PWH of Bill Griffin) ; 
20flar78; RE 1-710. 



IT'S ONLY BUSCLE. 

It's only muscle. By R K o Pathe, 
Inc. (Screenliner) © 8Sep50; BP746. 
Marian B. , Inc. (PHH); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-658. 



IT'S SO NICE TO HAVE A BAN AROUND ... 

It's so nice to have a man around the 
house. w Jack Elliott (John M. 
Elliott), m Harold Spina. © 25Jan50; 
EP4 3976. Vicki Benet Elliott (W) 6 John 
M. Elliott, Jr. (C) ; 28Apr78; RE 2-584. 



IT'S STORY TIflE AGAIN. 

It's story time again. Words E music: 
Sargy Baker. © 7Bar50; EU196252. Peer 
International Corporation (PWH) ; 
18Hay78; RE 4-137. 



IT'S STRANGE HOW YOU'VE CHANGED. 

It's strange how you've changed. w £ 
m Alfred Charles BcGarry. @ 21Apr50; 
EU201235. Alfred Charles BcGarry (A); 
28Feb78; RE 3-926. 

I'VE BEEN IN THE STOHfl. 

I've been in the storm. Words £ 
music: E. P. Johnson. © 13Jun50; 
EU206779. E. P. Johnson (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 3-298. 



(I'VE GOT A) BANAGER IN HEAVEN. 

(I've got a) manager in heaven. By 
Willard Robison. © 15Dec50; E0223921. 
Goline Robison (C) ; 2Har78; RE 882. 



514 



RENEWALS 



JAN- JUN 



J. A. SBT.A0ER MANUFACTURING COHPANY. .. 

J. A. Sexauer Manufacturing Company, 
Inc., catalog. By Janes H. Sexauer. 
Ed. P. NO: new ed. of prev. catalog 
with necessary changes, additions 6 
deletions. 29Aug50; AA160070. J. I 
Sexauer, Inc. (PHH) ; 8May78; RE 2-879. 



A JANUARY THAW. 

A January thaw. No. 1384. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna flacy Robertson Noses) 
O 26Apr50; GU16140. Janes C. Tomasi 
(Ada. c.t.a.); 20Har78; BE 1-641. 



JAPANESE BHUMBA. 

Japanese rhumba. w, translation, m & 
arr. Gerald Prank Miller. 28Peb50; 
EU195241. Gerald Frank Miller (A); 
17Peb78; RE 603. 



additions 6 revisions; 6Jan50; 
AA1 40225. The Lawyers Co-operative 
Publishing Conpany (PHH) ; 31Jan78; 
BE 218. 



JESU, JESU, LITTLE SON. 

Jesu, Jesu, little Son. For junior 
choir with optional descant. Music by 
Stanley A. Day. 6 22Sep50; EP49468. 
Elisabeth C. Day (W) ; 6Mar78; BE 779. 



J. V. OHINGS' AUDITORIUM QUARTETS 

J. V. Owings' Auditorium guartets for 
clarinets; a collection of ten student 
guartets for clarinets with score. m J. 
V. Owings. 20JU150; EP47859. J. V. 
Owings (A); 13Mar78; RE 1-252. 



JACK AND JILL. 

Jack and Jill. Vol. 12, no. 5, Mar. 
1950. 22Feb50; B233502. The 
Saturday Evening Post Company (PCS) ; 
2Feb78; RE 238. 



LA JAOLA. 

La Jaula. Words & music: Carlos 
Crespo (Carlos Crespo Cafuentes) 
O 27Dec50; EFO-6509. Carlos Crespo 
(Cafuentes) (A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-509. 



JEALOUS SOMAN. 

Jealous woman. New novel by James M. 
Cain, cover art work by Hike Doyle. 
© 5Jul50; AA202238. Alice H. Piper (E 
of James H. Cain) ; 23Jan78; BE 467. 



JESUS AND THE CHILDREN. See 

The Sord of the Lord is right. 
(BE 3-084.) 



JESUS DIED FOB SINNERS (JUST LIKE 

Jesus died for sinners (just like you 
and me) Words 6 music: Bobert 
Patterson. © 25Aug50; EU213376. 
fiobert Patterson (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-663. 



JESUS HEALING THE LEPEB. See 

Be gentle unto all. (BE 3-087.) 



JACK AND JILL. 

Jack and Jill. Vol. 12, no. 6, Apr. 
1950. 29Har50; B238762. The 
Saturday Evening Post Company (PCS) ; 
24Apr78; RE 2-356. 



JEALOUS SOMAN. 

Jealous woman. Author: James M. Cain, 
artist: Mike Doyle. © 5Jul50; A48897. 
Alice M. Piper (E of James M. Cain) ; 
23Jan78; RE 469. 



JESUS HELPS A WOBBIED FATHER. 

Jesus helps a worried father. By 
Elsie Anna Bood. © 30Dec50; H1794. 
Providence Lithograph Company (PHH) ; 
18Hay78; BE 3-081. 



JACK AND JILL. 

Jack and Jill. Vol. 12, no. 7, May 
1950. 26Apr50; B243005. The 
Saturday Evening Post Company (PCS) ; 
5May78; BE 2-634. 



JACK AND JILL. 

Jack and Jill. Vol. 12, no. 8, June 
1950. © 31May50; B248194. The 
Saturday Evening Post Company (PCS) ; 
1May78; BE 2-730. 



JACK AND JILL. 

Jack and Jill. Vol. 12, no. 9, July 
1950. © 28Jun50; B252516. The 
Saturday Evening Post Company (PCS) ; 
2Jun78; BE 3-788. 



JACKIE BOBINSON. 

Jackie Robinson. 
© 17May50; A44867. 
23Mar78; BE 1-547. 



By Bill Boeder. 
Bill Boeder (A) ; 



JEAN-JACQUES. 

Jean-Jacgues. Tome 2: Roman et verite 

(1750-1758) By Jean Guehenno. 

© 30Nov50; AFO-4096. Jean Guehenno 

(A) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-568. 



JEANNE. 

Jeanne. Sords 6 music: Salter Louis 
Longval. © 15May50; EU203855. Jeanne 
Bosilda Campbell (formerly Longval) 
(PPS) ; 5May78; RE 2-737. 



JEFF. 

Jeff. By Raoul Praxy. © 21Dec50; 
DU26323. Madame B. Praxy, nee Lise 
Mazet (H) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-563. 



JELLY BEAN BAG. 

Jelly bean rag. h 6 m Edith Gunnell 6 
Niel Levang. © 27Apr50; EU202004. 
Edith Gunnell S Niel Levang (A) ; 6Mar78; 
BE 1-029. 



JESUS IS THE BOCK OF AGES. 

Jesus is the rock of ages. Words and 
music: Hendell P. Loveless. (In Badio 
songs and choruses) © 10Aug51 (in 
notice: 1950) ; EP58552. Hendell P. 
Loveless (A); 13Apr78; BE 3-581. 



JESUS, LIGHT OF ALL OUE SEEING. 

Jesus, light of all our seeing. 
Music: Ralph E. Marryott. (In The Choir 
leader, Apr. 1950) NM: music. 
© 24Feb50; B241551. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PHH) ; 22Feb78; BE 667. 



JESUS, THE VERY THOOGHT OF THEE. 

Jesus, the very thought of Thee. 
Sords translated from 12th century Latin 
by Edward Caswall, music and S.A.T.B. 
arr. Boland Diggle. NM: music 6 arr. 
© 5Jul50; EP47799. Dorothy Diggle 
Bertucci (C) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-132. 



JACOBIAN ELLIPTIC FUNCTION TABLES. 

Jacobian elliptic function tables; a 
guide to practical computation with 
elliptic functions and integrals 
together with tables of sn u, en u, dn 
u, Z(u) By L. M. Milne-Thomson. 
© 29Dec50; A53114. L. M. Milne-Thomson 
(A) ; 29«ar78; BE 1-872. 



JAMES MADISON. 

James Madison; Father of the 
Constitution, 1787-1800. By Irving 
Brant. © 5Apr50; A42673. Irving Brant 
(A) ; 10Apr78; BE 2-198. 



JANE EYBE. 

Jane Eyre. By Charlotte Bronte, 
introd. : Joe Lee Davis. NM: introd. 
© 13Mar50; A41889. Joe Lee Davis (A); 
14Apr78; BE 2-344. 



JANE' S BEST FBIEND. 

Jane's best friend. By Trendle- 
Beattie. (The Lone Banger, no. 
2675-1900) 9 20Mar50; DU23881. Lone 
Banger Television, Inc. (PHH) ; 16Jun78; 
BE 3-531. 



JEBK IN THE BOX (CAUTION OPEN SLOHLY) 

Jerk in the box (caution open slowly) 
By I. Fishlove. © 50ct50; KK54662. H. 
Fishlove S Company (PHH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-191. 



JEBRY GRAY AND THE BAND OF TODAY. 

Jerry Gray and The Band of Today. By 
Universal Pictures Company, Inc. 
© 15Dec50; LP596. Universal City 
Studios, Inc. (PHH); 27Apr78; RE 2-636. 



JESSOP-BEDFIELD LAH AND PR 

Jessup-Bedf ield Law and 
the Surrogates' Courts in 
New York. Vol. 4. By Edw 
Appl. states copyright is 
any material secured from 
Govt, sources. © on addit 
revisions; 6Jan50; A40297 
Co-operative Publishing Co 
31Jan78; BE 217. 



ACTICE IN 

practice in 
the State of 
in H. Bohm. 
not claimed in 
official O.S. 
ions 6 

The Lawyers 
mpany (PHH) ; 



JESSUP-REDFIELD LAS AND PRACTICE IN . . . 

Jessup-Bedfield Law and practice in 
the Surrogates* Courts in the State of 
New York. Vol. 1-3, 1949 suppl. By 
Edwin H. Bohm. Appl. states copyright 
is not claimed in any material secured 
from official 0. S. Govt, sources. © on 



JESUS SALKED THE SATEB. 

Jesus walked the water. Sords G 
music: S. 0. Hoyle, arr. 6 harmonization 
by S. 0. Hoyle, for hire by Bowles Music 
House. © 18Dec50; EP51955. H. 0. 
Hoyle (A); 31Jan78; BE 141. 



LES JEOX SA0VAGES. 

Les Jeux sauvages. 
© 10ct50; AFO-3027. 
22May78; BE 2-844. 



By Paul Colin. 
Paul Colin (A) ; 



THE JEH AND PALESTINE IN PROPHECY. 

The Jew and Palestine in prophecy. By 
Martin Balph DeHaan. © 28Mar50; 
A44678. Mrs. Anthony Haaksma (C) ; 
24Feb78; BE 747. 



JEHISH LIFE. 

Jewish life. Vol. 4, no. 6, Apr. 
1950. © 15Mar50; B237005. Jewish 
Currents, Inc. (PCW) ; 7Mar78; BE 1-00 4. 



JEHISH LIFE. 

Jewish life. Vol. 4, no. 7, May 1950. 
© 15Apr50; B242327. Jewish Currents, 
Inc. (PCS); 7Mar78; BE 1-005. 



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CDBEENT REGISTRATIONS 



55 



JEWISH LIPE. 

Jewish life. Vol. <t, no. 8, June 
1950. 15Bay50; B247864. Jewish 
Currents, Inc. (PCH) ; 7Bar78; RE 1-006. 



JEBISH LIFE. 

Jewish life. Vol. 4, no. 9, July 
1950. 15Jun50; B251494. Jewish 
Currents, Inc. (PCH) ; 7Har78; RE 1-007. 



JEHISH LIFE. 

Jewish life. Vol. 4, no. 10, Aug. 
1950. 15JU150; B256251. Jewish 
Currents, Inc. (PCH) ; 7Bar78; RE 1-008. 



JEHISH SOCIAL STUDIES. 

Jewish social studies. Vol. 12, no. 
1, Jan. 1950. © 1Feb50 ; B235186. 
Editors of Jewish Social Studies (PCH) ; 
8Bay78; RE 2-659. 



JEHISH SOCIAL STUDIES. 

Jewish social studies. Vol. 12, no. 
2, Apr. 1950. © 1Bay50; B245945. 
Editors of Jewish Social Studies (PCH) ; 
16Jun78; RE 3-180. 



JEHISH SOCIAL STUDIES. 

Jewish social studies. Vol. 12, no. 
3, July 1950. O 17JU150; B257829. 
Editors of Jewish Social Studies (PCH) ; 
16Jun78; RE 3-181. 



JEHISH SOCIAL STUDIES. 

Jewish social studies. Vol. 12, no. 
4, Oct. 1950. © 30Nov50; B278180. 
Editors of Jewish Social Studies (PCH) ; 
16Jun78; RE 3-182. 



JEHS HABP BLUES. 

Jews harp blues; musical composition, 
w e in Edward William Ruston. © 2Hay50; 
EU202457. Edward H. Ruston (A); 
21Apr78; RE 2-519. 



JIBLETS. 

Jiblets. Basic: Charles Thompson. 
© 27Feb50; EU195089. Charles Thompson 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-656. 



JIH HBLLS COUNTY, TEX., OHNERSHIP ... 

Jim Hells County, Tex. , ownership map 
with well data. By Edgar Tobin Aerial 
Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole owner. Scale 
1" = 3 000". 9 29Dec50; F9258. Tobin 
Surveys, Inc. (PHH) ; 9Jan78; RE 270. 



JINGLE BELLS. 

Jingle bells, w 5 m J. Pierrepont, 
arr. Roy Ringwald. NH: arr. © 4Apr50; 
E0199693. Shawnee Press, Inc. (PHH) ; 
22Hay78; RE 3-267. 



JO- ANN. 

Jo-Ann. w 6 m Irving Taylor, Morton 
P. Jacobs E Jack Ross. © 30Oct50; 
E0219942. Morton P. Jacobs (A); 
20Jan78; RE 337. 



JOGO INFANTIL. 

Jogo infantil. a Frederica DeFreitas. 
Add. ti.: Childish play; Kindlishes 
Spiel. (In Six morceaux) © 18Dec50; 
EFO-7534. Frederica DeFreitas (A) ; 
13Har78; RE 1-841. 



JOHN AND MARSHA. 

John and Marsha. m Stan Freberg, 
Billy Liebert 6 Cliffie Stone. 
1»Dec50; E0223733. Stan Freberg, 
Billy Liebert e cliffie Stone (A) ; 
30Jan78; RE 132. 



JOHN THE BAPTIST. 

John the Baptist. By Cicely Barker. 
O 15Jun50; H1608. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PHH); 18May78; 
BE 3-085. 



JOHNNY AND THE BIRDS. 

Johnny and the birds. Text: Ian Bunn, 
pseud, of Harie Bussell, illustrator: 
Elizabeth Hebbe, pseud, of Barjorie 
Cooper. © 20Jun50; A45129. Harie 
Russell (A) £ Rand HcNally 6 Company 
(PHH); 30Hay78; RE 2-791. 



THE JOLLY COPPERSMITH. See 
The Merrymakers. (RE 2-649.) 



THE JOLLY JUMPING BAN. 

The Jolly jumping man. By Jean Horton 
Berg, artist: Si Frankel. © 25Aug50; 
A47952. Jean Horton Berg (A) ; Unn78; 
RE 2-925. 



JOSEPH JACOBS' THE FABLES OF AESOP. 

Joseph Jacobs' The Fables of Aesop. 
111. by Kurt Riese. (New children's 
classics) NM: ill. © 26Sep50; A47757. 
Hacmillan Publishing Company, Inc. , 
formerly The Hacmillan Company (PHH) ; 
8Hay78; RE 3-054. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 182, no. 1. © 24Jan50; B229103. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 6Mar78; BE 966. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEHISTBY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 182, no. 2. © 14Feb50; B233193. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH); 6flar78; RE 967. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 183, no. 1. © 15Mar50; B236696. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 6flar78; RE 968. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 183, no. 2. © 19Apr50; B242206. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 6Mar78; RE 969. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 184, no. 1. © 17Bay50; B246417. 
American Society of Biological Chemis-ts, 
Inc. (PCH); 6Mar78; RE 970. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 184, no. 2. © 20Jun50; B251281. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH); 6Bar78; RE 971. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEBISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 185, no. 1. © 20JU150; B255530. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH); 6Mar78; RE 972. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 185, no. 2. © 15Aug50; B258991. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 6Bar78; RE 973. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 186, no. 1. 14Sep50; B263402. 



American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 6Bar78; RE 974. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEBISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 186, no. 2. © 23Oct50; B270015. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 6Mar78; RE 975. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 187, no. 1. © 13NOV50; B273507. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH); 6Mar78; RE 976. 



THE JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY. 

The Journal of biological chemistry. 
Vol. 187, no. 2. © 12Dec50; B278659. 
American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Inc. (PCH); 6Mar78; RE 977. 



THE JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND 

The Journal of pharmacology and 
experimental therapeutics. Vol. 99, no. 
4, Dec. 1950. © 28Dec50; B279655. 
Hilliaos and Hilkins Company (PCH) ; 
8flay78; RE 3-637. 



THE JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL AND COLLOID ... 

The Journal of physical and colloid 
chemistry. Vol. 55, no. 1, Jan. 1951. 
© 29Dec50; B282565. The Williams and 
Hilkins Company (PCH) ; 8Hay78; RE 2-874. 



JOURNAL OF POLITICS. 

Journal of politics. Vol. 12, no. 4. 
© 11Dec50; B282173. The Southern 
Political Science Association (PCH) ; 
13Mar78; RE 1-253. 



JOURNALS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF ... 

Journals of the General Assembly of 
Indiana Territory, 1805-1815. Editors: 
Gayle Thornbrough S Dorothy Riker. 
(Indiana historical collections, v. 32) 
© 29Dec50; A51770. Indiana Historical 
Bureau (PHH) ; 24Apr78; RE 2-532. 



JOY RIDE. 

Joy ride. Busic 6 orchestration: Jack 
Coles. © 180ct50; EFO-5345. Jack 
Coles (A) ; 13Bar78; RE 1-275. 



JUAN CHAflALONGA. 

Juan Chamalonga. Busic: Damaso Perez 
Prado. © 29Dec50; EFO-6049. Damaso 
Perez Prado (A) ; 24Feb78; RE 709. 



JUAN SIBON. 

Juan Simon; calypso. By Johnny 
Rodriguez. © 25Bay50; ED205135. 
Johnny Rodriguez (A) ; 23Jun78; RE 4-092. 



JUDITH. 

Judith; choreographic poem for 
orchestra. Study score no. 58. m 
William Schuman. © 29Dec50; EP52463. 
William Schuman (A) ; 12Bay78; RE 3-137. 



JULIUS CAESAR. 

Julius Caesar. By William Sha- 
kespeare, adapted into an illustrated 
story by Albert L. Kanter. (Classics 
illustrated, no. 68) NB: adaptation. 
© 6flar50; AA144754. Twin Circle 
Publishing Company, division of Frawley 
Enterprises (PHH) ; 16Har78; RE 1-560. 



J0BPIN' TONIGHT. 

Jumpin' tonight. Lyrics S music: Joe 

Turner. © 22Sep50; EU216320. Joe 

Turner (A); 7Feb78; RE 455. 



56 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



JUNE CHRISTY AND THE ERNIE FILICE 

June Christy and The Ernie Filice 
Quartet telescriptions. By Snader 
Telescciptions Corporation. O 200ct50; 
MP981. Pathe News, Inc. (PHH) ; 15flay78; 
BE 2-955. 



JUNGLE PATHFINDER: CENTRAL AFRICA'S 

Jungle pathfinder: Central Africa's 
most fabulous adventurer. By Kathaleen 
Stevens Rukavina (Kathaleen Stevens 
Snithford) 29Dec50; A51611. 
Kathaleen Stevens Snithford (pen-name: 
Kathaleen Stevens Rukavina) (A) ; 
12Hay78; RE 2-995. 



JUNIOR VOGUE PATTERNS, FEBRUARY 1951. 

Junior Vogue patterns, February 1951. 
By Ruth Seder Cooke. 22Dec50; 
AA170136. The Conde Nast Publications, 
Inc. (PCW) ; 9Jan78; RE 353. 



JUST A FEW LINES. 

Just a few lines. w Saul Joel Tepper, 
m Benny Martini. © 23Jan50; EU190966. 
Saul Joel Tepper (A) ; 19Jan78; RE 309. 



JUST AS I AM. 

Just as I am. Music: E. S. Lorenz. 
(In The Choir herald. May 1950) 
6 29Mar50; B2H 1554 . Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PHH) ; 27Sar78; RE 1-926. 



JUST CAN'T GET FREE. 

Just can't get free. Words & music: 
Johnny Otis. 9 22Hay50; EU201606. 
Johnny Otis (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-660. 



JUST IN CASE. 

Just in case; song. Piano & voice. 
Lyrics 6 music: Mary Lasswell (Mary L. 
Lasswell Smith) © IDecSO; E0222671. 
Mary L. Lasswell Smith (A); 5Jun78; 
RE 3-511. 



JUST IN CASE HE HAVE TO SAY GOODBYE .. 
Just in case we have to say goodbye 
again, w Sammy Cahn, m Sammy Fain. 
© 1Aug50; EU211111. Sammy Cahn (A); 
2i»Apr78; BE 2-529. 



JUST OVER IN GLORYLAND. 

Just over in Gloryland. Hords 6 
music: Robert Patterson. © 25Aug50; 
EU213 378. Robert Patterson (A); 
10Apr78; RE 1-661. 



JUST PLAIN NUTTIN'. 

Just plain nuttin'. Hords 6 music: 
Virginia Halsh 6 Jack Betzner. 
© 260ct50; EU219153. Virginia Halsh 6 
Jack Betzner (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-670. 



KAEPT'N BAY-BAY. 

Kaept'n Bay-Bay. Heft 1. Piano. 
Music: Norbert Schultze, words: Fritz 
Grasshoff. 12Sep50; EPO-7136. 
Norbert Schultze (A) ; 30May78; BE 3-1(01. 



KAEPT'N BAY-BAY. 

Kaept'n Bay-Bay. Heft 2. Piano. 
Music: Norbert Schultze, words: Pritz 
Grasshoff 6 Norbert Schultze. 
12Sep50; EFO-7137. Norbert Schultze 
(A); 30May78; BE 3-102. 



KAEPT'N BAY-BAY. See 

signorina, rina, rina. (BE 3-100.) 



KALEVALA, THE LAND OF HEBOES. See 
Vejnemojnen muzsikal. (RE 19.) 



THE KANSAS HALT2. 

The Kansas waltz. Hords: Charlotte 
Hiler, music: Howard Redmond. 
6 29Dec50; EP52319. Peer International 
Corporation (PHH); 20Mar78; BE 1-706. 



THE KANSAS WALTZ. 

The Kansas waltz. Hords: Charlotte 
Hiler, music: Howard Redmond. 
© 21Nov50; EU222361. Peer Inter- 
national Corporation (PHH) ; 20Mar78; 
RE 1-711. 



KEEP A-LOOKIN' STRAIGHT AHEAD. 

Keep a-lookin' straight ahead, v 
Sammy Cahn, m David Bose. Add. ti. 
Red, white, and blue. © 6Nov50; 
EP52682. Sammy Cahn (A) ; 3Apr78; 
RE 2-029. 



KEEP A-LOOKIN* STEAIGHT AHEAD. See 
(Red, white and blue) keep a-lookin' 
straight ahead. (HE 2-289.) 



THE KENYON BEVIEH. 

The Kenyon review. Vol. 12, no. 1, 
autumn 1950. © 10ct50; B267561. 
Kenyon College (PCH) ; 21May78; BE 2-906. 



THE KENYON BEVIEH. 

The Kenyon review. Vol. 12, no. 2, 
spring 1950. © 11Apr50; B210611. 
Kenyon College (PCH) ; 21May78; RE 2-907. 



THE KENYON BEVIEH. 

The Kenyon review. Vol. 12, no. 3, 
summer 1950. © 1Jul50; B258731. 
Kenyon College (PCH) ; 21May78; BE 2-908. 



KHAKI BOYS MARCH. 

Khaki boys narch. Hords & music: 
Billy Hhitlock. 6 28Dec50; EP68058. 
Southern Music Publishing Company, Ltd. 
(PHH); 10Apr78; BE 2-359. 



KIDNAPPED. 

Kidnapped. By Stevenson, deletions 6 
rewritten for the slow or non-reader by 
Buth T. King 6 Hilton D. King. NM: 
adaptation. C 2Jun50; A11966. Globe 
Book Company, Inc. (PHH); 15May78; 
BE 2-919. 



KIFF BLUES. 

Kiff blues. Hords 6 music: Mickey 
Cooper. © 160ct50; EU218280. Mickey 
Cooper (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-668. 



KIJE'S HEDDING. 

Kije's wedding. From Lieutenant Kije. 
By S. Pcokofieff [Sergei Prokofiev], 
arr. for clarinet 6 piano: Paul Daho. 
NM: arr. © 5Apr50; EP16311. 
llargaretta Kingsbury Maganini (PHH) ; 
12Apr78; RE 2-391. 



KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS. 

Kind hearts and coronets. By Ealing 
Studios, Ltd. © 1May50; LP118. EMI 
Films, Ltd. (PHH) ; 3Mar78; RE 1-032. 



KINDLISHES SPIEL. See 

Jogo infantil. (BE 1-811.) 



KING ALFfiED THE CAKE BUBNEB. See 
The Hhitest elephant. (BE 3-602.) 



THE KING AND THE NOBLE BLACKSMITH. 

The King and the noble blacksmith. By 
Jacob Blanck, illustrator: Louis 
Slobodkin. © 8Aug50; A16195. Stella 
Blanck, Florence Slobodkin (H), 
Rosamunde Blanck, Michael Slobodkin 6 
Laurence Slobodkin (C) ; 20Jun78; 
BE 1-067. 



KING-DOCTOR OF OLITHI. 

King-Doctor of Ulithi. By Marshall 
Paul Hees 6 Francis Beauchesne Thornton. 
© 11Mar50; A11691. Archdiocese of 
Saint Paul and Minneapolis (E of Francis 
Beauchesne Thornton); 8May78; BE 3-052. 



KING OF THE BULLHHIP. 

King of the bullwhip. By Western 
Adventure Productions, Inc. © 15Dec50; 
LP583. Howco Productions, Inc. (by 
change of name Hestern Adventure 
Productions, Inc.) (PHH); 10May78; 
RE 2-927. 



JUST TO SEE YOU SMILE AGAIN. 

Just to see you smile again. Hords 6 
music: John Carroll. © 260ct50; 
E0219156. John Carroll (A); 10Apr78; 
BE 1-672. 



JOST YOB AND I. 

Just you and I; song. w 6 m Isabelle 
Rose Gabura. © 21Mar50; ED198081. 
Isabelle Rose Gabura (A) ; 8May78; 
BE 2-660. 



JUST YOU, DEAB. 

Just you, dear. w, m 6 piano arr. 
Carl Adam Keth. © 17Aug50; E0212627. 
Carl A. Keth (A); 30Jan78; RE 1-316. 



THE KENYON REVIEH, SOMBER 1950. See 
Hordsworth and the iron time. 
(RE 166.) 



KERRY SHING. 

Kerry swing. SATB. Musical arr. 
Robert S. Childe. NM: arr. © 18May50; 
EP16639. Bobert S. Childe (A) ; 7Apr78; 
BE 2-167. 



KEY TO NUMERICAL SYSTEM OF THE ... 

Key to numerical system of the 
American Bankers Association with check 
routing symbols. By Band HcNally 6 
Company. 32d ed. , 1950. NM: revision. 
© 15Jun50; AA1 56089. The American 
Bankers Association (PHH); 10Jul78; 
RE 1-096. 



THE KING BIDES FORTH. 

The King rides forth. Music & words: 
Ira B. Hilson 6 Edith Sanford Tillotson. 
(In The Choir leader. Mar. 1950) 
© 23Jan50; B235305. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PHH); 20Jan78; RE 101. 



THE KING'S SERVANT. 

The King's servant; a play in three 
acts. By Felix Doherty. © 29May50; 
DP102. Felix Doherty (A); 30May78; 
RE 3-177. 



KISS ME KATE. See 

Brush up your Shakespeare. (BE 520.) 



KISS MY TEARS AHAY. 

Kiss my tears away. Hords 6 music: 
Roy King. © 29Dec50; EP52161. Boy 
King (A); 7Mar78; BE 770. 



1978 



CORBENT 8EGISTBATI0NS 



57 



KITTY DOONE. 

Kitty Doone; a comedy in three acts. 
By Aben Kandel. 3Nov50; DP443. Aben 
Kandel (A) ; 7Mar78; BE 1-133. 



KLEINB KANMEBMOSIKEN. See 

Vier kleine Kammermusiken- (BE 621.) 



KLEINE SONATE FOER KLAVIEB. 

Kleine Sonate fuer Klavier. Op. 41, 
Hr. 3, H-moll. Basic: Karl Hoeller. 
2Dec50; EFO-7930. Kacl Hoeller (A) ; 
25Hay78; BE 3-139. 



KLEINE SOITE FOEB KLAVIEB. See 

Lille suite for klaver. (BE 1-835.) 



LADIES* HOME JODBNAL, OCT. 1950. See 
His eye is on the sparrow. (BE 156.) 



LADY IN A HIST. 

Lady in a list, flusic: Johnny 
Sparrow. 3Jul50; EU208783. Johnny 
Sparrow (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 3-308. 



LADY LOCK. 

Lady Luck, w s m Charles Vernon 
Wolfe. 28Aug50; E0213571. Charles 
Vernon Wolfe (A) ; 3Har78; BE 952. 



A LADY HISLAID. 

A Lady mislaid. By Kenneth Home. 
28JU150; DP217. Mrs. Kenneth Home 
(W) ; 7Har78; BE 814. 



LASCIAHI SOGNAB. 

Lasciami sognar. Words G music: 
Haugeri Neto £ Armando Ciglioni. Add. 
ti. : Deixa-me sonhar. 22Jun50; 
EF24910. Armando Ciglioni (A); 12Jun78; 
BE 3-798. 



THE LAST DANCE. 

The Last dance. w Harvin James Moore, 
m George Hubbard Campbell, Jr. 
3 28Aug50; E0213531. Harvin J. Hoore 
(A) ; 8Hay78; BE 3-455. 



THE LAST FABEWELL. 

The Last farewell. Words and music: 
Hattie O'Neil. 6 29Dec50; EP52165. 
Hat tie O'Neil (A) ; 7Har78; BE 771. 



DER KLEINE TOTE VOGEL. See 
Avezinha caida. (BE 1-840. ) 



KNIGHT OF FLOBENCE. 

Knight of Florence. By Hargery 
Evernden (Hargery E. Gulbransen) , 
illustrator: Bafaello Busoni. NH: text. 
S 19Jun50; A45318. Hargery Evernden 
(Hargery E. Gulbransen) (A); 31Jan78; 
BE 23 5. 



KOLO HEGO 0GB0DECZKA. See 

Coalminer polka. (BE 3-149.) 



KONSERVATORIET. 

Konservatoriet. Music by Simon Holger 
Faulli, arr. Leif Haraldsted. Add. ti. : 
The Conservatory. (In Ballet music, 2) 
NH: arr. © 15Dec50; EFO-7538. Leif 
Haraldsted (A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-845. 



KOREA PATROL. 

Korea patrol. By Jack Schwarz 
Productions. 6 9Dec50; LP1090. 
Video-Cinema Films, Inc. in trust for 
Tele-Pac, Inc. (PWH) ; 2Jun78; BE 3-413. 



KOKLA, FRAN AND OLLIE. 

Kukla, Fran and ollie. By Burr 
Tillstrom. 13Oct50; LP514. Burr 
Tillstrom (A); 17Har78; BE 1-370. 



LADY OF SPAIB. 

Lady of Spain. Women's (S. S. A.) 
voices. Husic: Tolchard Evans, words: 
Erell Beaves, arr. Victor Lamont, pseud, 
of Victor Haiorana. NH: arr. 
6 30Dec50; EP52362. Sam Fox Publishing 
Company, Inc. (PWH); 17Apr78; BE 2-339. 



LADY OF THE DEEP. 

Lady of the deep. By B K O Pathe, 
Inc. (Sportscope, no. 12) C 28Jul50; 
HP528. Marian B. , Inc. (PWH); 30flar78; 
BE 2-101. 



LAHENTO DEL DESIERT0. 

Lamento del desierto. Letra y musica: 
Menita Caron. 6 29Dec50; EP52355. 
flenita Caron (A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-469. 



THE LA9P THAT B0BNETH. 

The Lamp that burneth. Music S words: 
Boger C. Wilson S Herman VonBerge. 
12Apr50; EP45700. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH); 27Har78; BE 1-909. 



LAND OF THE CONQ0ISTADORES. 

Land of the conguistadores. By Cleve 
Hallenbeck. © 15Dec50; A50804. 
Juanita Saylor (W) ; 16Jun78; BE 3-462. 



LAND OF THE FBEE SEBIES. See 
The Silver fleece. (BE 3-742.) 



THE LAST S0PPEB. 

The Last Supper. By Leonardo DaVinci. 
30Dec50; H1795. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 18Hay78; 
BE 3-080. 



THE LATE EDSINA BLACK. 

The Late Edwina Black; a play in three 
acts. By William Horum 6 William 
Dinner. 6 20ct50; DP422. William 
Dinner 6 William Horum (A) ; 7Har78; 
BE 1-132. 



THE LATEST 7 ISBAELI HITS OF THE 

The Latest 7 Israeli hits of the 
composer Pinhassi-Ariel. Music: Ariel 
Pinhassi. Q 15Aug50; EFO-5674. Ariel 
Pinhassi (A); 10Hay78; RE 2-732. 



LATIN TREATISES ON COHETS BETWEEN 

Latin treatises on comets between 1238 
and 1368 A. D. By Lynn Thorndike. 
6 24Har50; A42356. Bobert L. Thornidke 
[sic] (E) ; 23flar78; BE 1-730. 



LAOGH COHICS. 

Laugh comics. Vol. 1, no. 43, Feb. 
1951. 6 22DecS0; B281226. Close-Op, 
Inc. (PCW) ; 1Hay78; BE 2-654. 



THE LA0GHING GHOST. 

The Laughing ghost. By LeBoma Bose. 
6 6Sep50; DP344. The Heuer Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 12Apr78; BE 2-048. 



LABORATORY MANOAL FOB ELEMENTARY 

Laboratory manual for Elementary 
statistical methods, as applied to 
business and economic data. By William 
A. Neiswanger, Floyd B. Haworth & 
William L. Leavitt. Bev. ed. NH: 
additions 5 revisions. O 10Oct50; 
AA164799. William A. Neiswanger (A) S 
Virginia H. Lindguist (C of Floyd B. 
Haworth); 8Hay78; BE 3-051. 



LABOBATOBY TEXT IN OBGANIC CHEMISTRY. 

Laboratory text in organic chemistry. 
By James Cason E Henry Bapoport. 
8Hay50; A43925. James Cason 6 Henry 
Bapoport (A) ; 3May78; BE 2-718. 



LADIES' HOME JOOBNAL, MAB.-J0LY 1950. 
See 
Wintertime. (BE 2-783.) 



LADIES' HOME JOOBNAL, MAY 1950. See 
The Child who never grew. (RE 959.) 



LADIES' HOME JOOBNAL, NOV. 1950. See 
I took it lying down. (BE 3-088.) 



LAND OF THE LIVING. 

Land of the living; a play in 3 acts. 
By Leonard Irwin. 14Sep50; DF50. 
Leonard Irwin (A); Uun78; BE 3-601. 



LANDFALL. 

Landfall. By Stratford Pictures 
Corporation. & 1Nov50; LP439. EMI 
Films, Ltd. (PWH) ; 3Har78; BE 1-038. 



THE LANDS OF YESTERDAY. 

The Lands of yesterday. By L. Sprague 
Decamp. (In Galaxy science fiction, 
Nov. 1950) 80ct50; B270768. L. 
Sprague Decamp (A) ; 12Apr78; BE 2-240. 



LANDSCAPE. 

Landscape. By Jacob Isaacks 
VanBuisdael, author of renewable matter: 
Bobert Freund. S 10JU150; H1793. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Mar78; BE 997. 



LANHAH'S GIT-BOOGIE. 

Lanham's git-boogie. Music: Boy 
Lanham. 6 26Dec50; EP51868. Boy 
Lanham (A); 6Har78; BE 788. 



THE LAUGHING HEART. 

The Laughing heart. By Jeanne Bowman. 
8Jun50; A44600. Jeanne Bowman (A) ; 
17Apr78; BE 2-273. 



LA0NDBY DAY. 

Laundry day. No. 1412. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson Moses) 
6 24Jul50; G016657. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. ct.a. ); 12Jun78; BE 3-720. 



LAW AND PRACTICE IN THE S0BBOGATES' 

C00BTS IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. See 
Jessup-Bedf ield Law and practice in 
the Surrogates' Courts in the State 
of New York. (BE 217.) 
Jessup-Bedf ield Law and practice in 
the Surrogates' Courts in the State 
of New York. (BE 218.) 



LAB AND SOCIAL ACTION. 

Law and social action; selected essays 
of Alexander Haim Pekelis. By Hilton B. 
Konvitz. 24Nov50; A50468. Milton R. 
Konvitz (A) ; 27Mar78; RE 2-233. 



LAWS OF THE ILLINOIS TEBBITOBY, 

Laws of the Illinois Territory, 
1809-1818. Author: Francis Samuel 



58 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



LAWS OF THE ILLINOIS ... (CON.) 
Philbrick, editor: Jay nonaghan 4th 
(Janes Nonaghan 1th) O INovSO; A49772. 
Illinois State Historical Library (PBH) ; 
21Peb78; HE 629. 



LEAD HE ALL THE HAY. 

Lead me all the nay. Music arr. 
Lorenz Publishing Company, employer for 
hire of Otis H. Carrington. (In The 
Volunteer choir, Apr. 1950) 6Mar50; 
B2415 49. Lorenz Publishing Coapany 
(PHH) ; 2Har78; HE 869. 



LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. 

Learning a foreign language; a 
handbook for nissionaries. By Eugene 
Albert Nida. 10Feb50; A11061. 
Eugene Albert Nida (A); 27Har78; 
BE 1-756. 



LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. 

Learning a foreign language. By 
Eugene A. Nida. 30Jan50; A11691. 
Eugene A. Nida (A); 4May78; HE 2-672. 



LEATHER BRAIDING. 

Leather braiding. By Bruce Grant. 
8fiay50; A13828. Catherine B. Grant 
(H) ; 8May78; HE 2-752. 



LEATHER TOOLING AND CARVING. 

Leather tooling and carving. By Chris 
H. Gronenan. © 5Hay50; A13816. Chris 
H. Gronenan (A); 29Mar78; RE 1-861. 



LEAVES FBOH A GARDEN OF VEHSES. 

Leaves from a garden of verses. fiords 
by Robert Louis Stevenson, music by John 
Brydson. Nil: music. 6 28Aug50; 
EFO-4690. John Brydson (A); 13Har78; 
RE 1-264. 



THE LEAVES HOSN'T FALL. 

The Leaves musn't fall. Co-authors of 
words and music: Dorothy Sebastian £ 
Jack Kenney. © 23Feb51 (in notice: 
1950) ; EP57204. Dorothy Sebastian £ 
Jack Kenney (A); 24Feb78; HE 807. 



LECONS SOH LA GEOHETRIE PROJECTIVE. See 
Cahiers scientif iques. (BE 2-553.) 



LEE AND GRANT AT APPOHATTOX. 

Lee and Grant at Appomattox. By 
NacKinlay Kantor, ill.: Donald HcKay. 
NH: ill. © 12Oct50; A49320. Random 
House, Inc. (PHH) ; 20 Jan 78; BE 233. 



LEE AND GBANT AT APPOHATTOX. 

Lee and Grant at Appomattox. By 
HacKinlay Kantor, illustrator: Donald 
HcKay. NH: text. 6 12Oct50; A49319. 
Irene Layne Kantor (H(, Tim Kantor 6 
Layne Kantor Schroder (C) ; 31Jan78; 
BE 44 3. 



LEE-KAY PERSONAL HANAGEHEHT PLAN. 

Lee-Say personal management plan. By 
Lewell N. Hays. © 9Jun50; A153739. 
Lewell N. Hays (A); 11May78; HE 2-757. 



THE LEGEND OF THE LIHESTONE HILLS. 

The Legend of the Limestone Hills. By 
Alleta Starr Hardwick. (In Ilco 
builders, Apr. 1950) © 5Apr50; 
B5136 54. Alleta Hardwick (A) ; 6Har78; 
HE 98 9. 



LEGEND OF THE REDWOODS. 

Legend of the redwoods. For harp 
solo. By Grace Becker Vamos. © 1flay50; 



EP49622. Grace Becker Vamos (A) ; 
5Apr78; BE 2-380. 



LEICHTE KLAVIEBSTOECKE. See 

6 lette Klaverstykker. (RE 1-834.) 



LEHON SQUEEZES. 

Lemon squeezer, w £ m Allen Bunn. 
O 250ct50; E0219370. Allen Bunn (A) 
10Apr78; HE 1-974. 



LEONARD DEVINCI. 

Leonard DeVinci. By Andre Halraux. 
O 15Dec50; AF0-3832. Albert Beuret 
(E) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-555. 



LEROY LETTERING AND SYMBOLS. 

Leroy lettering and symbols. NH: 
revisions of text 6 ill. 14Sep50; 
AA162385. Keuffel & Esser Company 
(PBH) ; 13Feb78; HE 627. 



LET HE TELL YOO. 

Let me tell you. Words & music: 
Horris Battner. Lead sheet. © 10Nov50; 
E0220898. Horris Rattner (A); 30Hay78; 
RE 3-396. 



LET HE WALK IN THY HAY. 

Let me walk in Thy way. Husic arr. S 
words: Ellen Jane Lorenz 6 Hildred Lewis 
Kerr. (In The Choir leader. Hay 1950) 
NH: music arr. £ words. © 29Mar50; 
B241552. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PHH); 27Har78; HE 1-883. 



LET THERE BE HOSIC. 

Let there be music. Arr. for SA 
voices: Frances Hilliams. 6 23Aug50; 
EP50060. Harold Flamoer, Inc. (PNH) ; 
5Jun78; BE 3-611. 



LET TB0E LOVE AHONG OS BE. 

Let true love among us be; 13th 
century poem rendered into modern 
English. For two-part men's or women's 
chorus with piano. By William Bergsma £ 
Nancy Nickerson. © 18Jan50; EP44278. 
Carl Fischer, Inc. (PHH); 21Feb78; 
BE 558. 



LET'S DANCE. 

Let's dance. © 24Nov50; LP638. 
Paramount Pictures Corporation (PHH) ; 
3Har78; HE 1-040. 



LET'S DO A SQUARE DANCE. 

Let's do a square dance; or. The 
Hay-foot straw-foot strut. For voice 6 
piano. Words 6 square dance creation by 
Lowell Hall, m Wendell Hoods Hall. 
© 28oct50; EP52437. Hendell Hoods 
Hall, Jr. e Lowell H. Hall (C of Hendell 
Hoods Hall) ; 23Har78; RE 1-549. 



LET'S GET TOGETHER. 

Let's get together, w 6 m Lawrence A. 
Herchant, Robert E. Jaqua £ Harion 
Jaqua. © 8Sep50; EP48986. Jaqua- 
HcKee, Inc. (PHH) ; 5Jun78; RE 3-925. 



LET'S GO DANCIN'. 

Let's go dancin'. w £ m Jimmy Kersey. 
© 26Jun50; E0210016. Jimmy Kersey (A); 
17Apr78; RE 2-328. 



LET'S HAVE A HEART TO HEART TALK. 

Let's have a heart to heart talk. 
Hords 6 music: Billy Austin, Eddie 
Brandt 6 Paul Sanders. © 29Aug50; 
E0 21 3701. Billy Austin, Eddie Brandt 6 
Paul Sanders (A); 5Jun78; HE 3-175. 



LET'S JOIN THE HOHAN RACE. 

Let's join the human race. By 
Stringfellow Barr. 30Nov50; A50633. 
Stringfellow Barr (A); 23Har78; 
BE 1-732. 



LET'S LOOK AHEAD. 

Let's look ahead. By Elizabeth 
Sherman, pseud, of N. Friskey. 
22Jun50; A45215. Children's Press 
Division, Begensteiner Publishing 
Enterprises, Inc. (PHH) ; 17Apr78; 
RE 2-282. 



LET'S HAKE BELIEVE. 

Let's make believe; a comedy of youth 
in three acts. By Hilda Banning, pseud. 
of James Reach. © 16Aug50; DP231. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH) ; 7Har78; 
RE 1-126. 



LET'S NOT TALK ABOUT LOVE. 

Let's not talk about love. Arr. for 4 
part male chorus: William Stickles. NH: 
arr. C 31Dec50; EP53046. Chappell 6 
Company, Inc. (PHH); 16Peb78; RE 654. 



LET'S PRETEND. 

Let's pretend. Hords 6 music: 
Catherine Hartha Larson Abuja. 
© 6Har50; E0196024. Catherine Hartha 
Larson Abuja (A) ; 27Feb78; HE 3-687. 



LET'S SELL. 

Let's sell. By John L. Beckley. 
© 14Apr50; A43183. John L. Beckley 
(A) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-117. 



LETTE KLAVEBSTYKKEB. See 

6 lette Klaverstykker. (RE 1-834.) 



LETTER SCENE. 

Letter scene. From La Perichole. 
Composer of music: J. Offenbach, English 
translation: H. C, pseud, of Henri 
Elkan. NH: English translation. 
© 15Feb50; EP44591. H. C. (Henri 
Elkan) (A); 4Hay78; BE 2-909. 



LETTERING: THE HISTORY AND TECHNIQUE ... 

Lettering: the history and technique 
of lettering as design. By Alexander 
Nesbitt. © 30Jun50; A45396. Alexander 
Nesbitt (A); 29flar78; RE 1-863. 



LETTERS OF RICHARD HAGNER. 

Letters of Richard Hagner: the Burrell 
Collection. Edited with notes by John 
N. Burk. © 12Dec50; A50340. Hacmillan 
Publishing Company, Inc., formerly the 
Hacmillan Company (PHH); 8Hay78; 
RE 3-059. 



LETTERS ON OCCULT HEDITATION. 

Letters on occult meditation. By 
Alice Ann Bailey. NH: change in front 
matter 6 new index. © 1Apr50; A43079. 
Lucis Trust (PPH) ; 18Hay78; HE 2-977. 



LETTRES A SON FILS LUCIEN. 

Lettres a son fils Lucien. By Camille 
Pissarro. © 4Sep50; AFO-3864. John 
Rewald (PPH) ; 22Hay78; RE 2-861. 



•LEVEN LITTLE HELPLESS CHILLUN, AN' ... 

'Leven little helpless chillun, an' 
one po ' pitiful wife, w £ m Hank Fort £ 
Larry Harkes. © 5Sep50; EU214935. 
Eleanor Sisk £ George T. Boggs (E of 
Hank Fort); 17Jan78; BE 124. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



59 



LEBIS BOUT SONG. 

Lewis boat song. Foe voice 6 piano. 
Bords S tone: E. Rosslyn Mitchell, art. 
Hugh Stevenson Roberton. 30Nov50; 
EFO-5U6 3. Kenneth Bantock Roberton (C) 
5Hay78; RE 2-809. 



THE LIBERAL IMAGINATION. 

The Liberal imagination; essays on 
literature and society. By Lionel 
Trilling. NH: pref. 6 revisions. 
7Apr50; A42922. Diana Trilling (B) ; 
13Jan78; RE 240. 



THE LIBERAL IMAGINATION. 

The Liberal imagination; essays on 
literature and society. By Lionel 
Trilling. NH: preface 6 revisions. 
7Apr50; A42922. Janes Trilling (C) 
10Say78; RE 2-832. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 8. 17Feb50; 
62331*1. Tine, Inc. (PC8J ; 29Jun78; 
RE 4-168. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 5. International 
ed. 13Feb50; B234410. Time, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jun78; RE 4-169. 



LIPE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 9. 24Feb50; 
B234411. Tine, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-170. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 10. 6 3Mar50; 
B235552. Tine, Inc. (PCB) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-171. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 19. 5Hay50; 
B245221. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 

RE 4-181*. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 10. International 
ed. 24AprS0; B245222. Tine, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jun78; BE 4-185. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 20. 12flay50; 
B246323. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-186. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 11. International 
ed. 8Hay50; B247118. Tine, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jun78; BE 4-187. 



EIN LIED AOS RIO DE JANEIRO. 

Ein Lied aus Bio De Janeiro. Bords: 
Paul Giese S Bolf Nerz, nusic: Paul 
Giese. 18Hay52 (in notice: 1950) ; 
EFO-15491. Paul Giese 6 Bolf Berz (A); 
30Hay78; RE 3-408. 



LIEUTENANT KIJE. See 

Kije's wedding. (BE 2-394.) 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 6. International 
ed. 27Feb50; B236541. Time, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jun78; BE 4-172. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 11. 6 10Har50; 
B236542. Tine, Inc. (PCB) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-173. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 21. 6 19Bay50; 
B247119. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-188. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 22. 26Hay50; 
B248076. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-189. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 1. International 
ed. UanSO; B225201. Tine, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-158. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 12. 6 17Bar50; 
B237 286. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-174. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 12. International 
ed. 6 22flay50; B249292. Tine, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jun78; BE 4-190. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol.- 28, no. 2. 6Jan50; 
B226506. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-159. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 7. International 
ed. 13Har50; B238442. Tiae, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-175. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 23. 2Jun50; 
B250252. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-191. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 3. International 
ed. 9Jan50; B230606. Tiae, Inc. - 
(PCB); 29Jun78; BE 4-160. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 13. 6 24Har50; 
B238443. Tiae, Inc. (PCB) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 4-176. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 24. 9Jun50; 
B251607. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
RE 4-192. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 5. 27Jan50; 
B230607. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
RE 4-161. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 14. 31Har50; 
B241122. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-177. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 13. International 
ed. e 5Jun50; B251609. Tiae, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jun78; BE 4-193. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 2. International 
ed. e 2Jan50; B2310 31. Tine, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-16 2. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 8. International 
ed. O 27flar50; B241123. Tine, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jun78; BE 4-178. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 25. 6 16Jun50; 
B252139. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-194. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 4. 6 20Jan50; 
B231032. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
RE 4-163. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 15. 6 7Apr50; 
B242386. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-179. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 26. 6 23Jun50; 
B252140. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-195. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 3. O 13Jan50; 
B231033. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-164. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 16. IKAprSO; 
B242387. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-180. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 1. 29Jun50; 
B253631. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-196. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 6. 3Feb50; 
B231443. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-165. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 9. International 
ed. 10Apr50; B242929. Tiae, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jun78; BE 4-181. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 1. International 
ed. C 19Jun50; B253659. Tine, Inc. 
(PCB); 29Jan78; BE 4-197. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 8, no. 4. International 
ed. 9 30Jan50; B232268. Tiae, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-166. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 17. O 14Apr50; 
B242930. Tiae, Inc. (PCB) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-182. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 2. International 
ed. 3Jul50; B255147. Tiae, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-198. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 7. 10Feb50; 
B232269. Tiae, Inc. (PCB) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-167. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 28, no. 18. 28Apr50; 
B243917. Tiae, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-183. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 2. 6Jul50; 
B255224. Tine, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-199. 



60 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 3. 13Jul50; 
B256220. Tine, Inc. (PCS); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-200. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 15. 6Oct50; 
B267966. Time, Inc. (PCM); 29Jun78; 
RE 4-216. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 26. © 22Dec50; 
B279360. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
HE 4-232. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 4. 20Jul50; 
B256905. Tine, Inc. (PCD) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 1»-201. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 8. International 
ed. 25Sep50; B267967. Tine, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-217. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 3. International 
ed. © 17Jul50; B257269. Time, Inc. 
(PCH); 29Jun78; BE 4-233. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 4. International 
ed. 31JU150; B259323. Time, Inc. 
(PCH| ; 29Jun78; BE 4-202. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 16. 6 13Oct50; 
B269224. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-218. 



LIFE. See 

Contributions by Winston S. Churchill. 
(BE 3-482.) 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 5. 27Jul50; 
B257932. Time, Inc. (PCW) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-203. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 17. © 200ct50; 
B270318. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jan78; 
BE 4-219. 



THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF SAINT PAUL. 

The Life and letters of Saint Paul. 
By John Hatson Shepard. © 7Nov50; 
A49638. Evelyn Shepard (C) ; 10Apr78; 
BE 2-262. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 6. 6 3Aug50; 
B259324. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-204. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 9. International 
ed. © 90ct50; B271004. Time, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-220. 



LIFE'S LIKE THAT. 

Life's like that; a sophisticated 
rollick in one act. By Campbell Robson. 
© 21Har50; DP64. S. C. Swanson £ C. M. 
Strachan (C) ; 27Har78; BE 2-538. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 7. C 10Aug50; 
B260686. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-205. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 8. © 17Aug50; 
B260687. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-206. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 5. International 
ed. 9 14Aug50; B262119. Time, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 29Jun78; RE 4-207. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 18. © 27Oct50; 
B272060. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
EE 4-221. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 10. International 
ed. © 23Oct50; B272290. Time, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 29Jnn78; RE 4-222. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 19. © 3Nov50; 
B273080. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-223. 



LIFT HIGH THE TRIUMPH SONG. 

Lift high the triumph song. Husic: 
Elizabeth T. VanHoert. (In The Choir 
herald. Bar. 1950) © 23Jan50; B235303. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PHH) ; 
20Jan78; BE 92. 



LIFT OP THE GATES OF PRAISE. 

Lift up the gates of praise. Husic 
arr. Ira B. Hilson (Fred B. Holton) (In 
The Choir herald, June 1950) NM: music 
arr. © 20Apr50; B246285. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PHH); 27Har78; 
RE 1-899. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 9. © 24Aug50; 
B262120. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
RE 4-208. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 10. © 31Aug50; 
B262121. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
RE 4-209. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 6. International 
ed. © 28Aug50; B263855. Time, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 29Jun78; RE 4-210. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 11. © 7Sep50; 
B263856. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 4-211. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 11. International 
ed. © 6Nov50; B273082. Time, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-224. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 20. © 10Nov50; 
B273940. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-225. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 12. International 
ed. © 20NovS0; B274291. Time, Inc. 
(PCH); 29Jun78; RE 4-226. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 21. © 17Nov50; 
B275 162. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-227. 



LIGHT OF THE WORLD. 

Light of the world. Husic 6 arr. for 
T.T.B. B. : Robert H. Gibb, words: John S. 
B. Monsell. NM: arr. © 22Dec50; 
EP51795. Dorothy F. Barry (E of Robert 
H. Gibb); 10Bar78; RE 916. 



LIKE AS THE HART. 

Like as the hart. Editing: Healey 
Hillan. (Concordia church choir series, 
CH-72) NH: editing. © 28Dec50; 
EP51579. Concordia Publishing House 
(PHH) ; 27Jan78; RE 315. 



LILLE S0ITE FOR KLAVEE. 

Lille suite for klaver. m Sven Erik 
Tarp. Add. ti. : Kleine suite fuer 
Klavier; Little suite for piano. 
© 22Dec50; EFO-7497. Sven Erik Tarp 
(A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-835. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 12. © 14Sep50; 
B264763. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-212. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 22. © 24Nov50; 
B276107. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-228. 



THE LINCOLN TBEASOBI. 

The Lincoln treasury. By Caroline 
Thomas Harnsbergur. © 13Nov50; A49936. 
Caroline Thomas Harnsbergur (A) ; 7Feb78; 
RE 738. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 7. International 
ed. © 11Sep50; B265388. Time, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 29Jun78; RE 4-213. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 13. © 21Sep50; 
B265389. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
RE 4-214. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 14. © 29Sep50; 
B266822. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 4-215. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 23. © 1Dec50; 
B276997. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-229. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 9, no. 13. International 
ed. © 4Dec50; B276998. Time, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 29Jun78; BE 4-230. 



LIFE. 

Life. Vol. 29, no. 24. © 8Dec50; 
B277908. Time, Inc. (PCH); 29Jun78; 
RE 4-231. 



LINDEN LEA. 

Linden lea; a Dorset song. Husic by 
R. Vaughan Hilliams, arr. for orchestra: 
Harold Perry. NM: arr.. © 28Dec50; 
EFO-5752. Boosey 6 Hawkes, Inc. (PHH) ; 
24Feb78; RE 513. 



LIST OF PARTS, MACHINE NOHBEH 47H62. 

List of parts, machine number 47H62. 
Form 2929H, Jan. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. 8 
plates. © 14JU150; AA157143. The 
Singer Company (PHH) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-065. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



61 



LIST OF PUBIS, MACHINE NOHBER 47B63. 

List of parts, machine number 47B63. 
Form 29311, Dec. 1949. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NH: new plates G 
ill. 22Aug50; AA161784. The Singer 
company (PBH); 3ipr78; BE 2-071. 



LIST OF PARTS, MACHINES NOMBEBS ... 

List of parts, machines numbers 107B18 
and 107B19. Form 2831B, Jan. 1950. By 
Singer Manufacturing Company. NM: new 
plates. C 26Sep50; AA164012. The 
Singer Company (PBH) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-078. 



THE LITTLE BAG DOLL (WITH THE SHOE ... 

The Little rag doll (with the shoe 
button eyes) Words and music by Milton 
Pascal £ Gerald Harks. 15Dec50; 
EP51378. Boberta J. Patten (E of Milton 
Pascal); 13Feb78; BE 626. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NUMBER 51B54. 

List of parts, machine number 51B54. 
Form 19728, rev. Apr. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new plates. 
S 240ct50; AA166899. The Singer 
Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-082. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOMBEB 52W31. 

List of parts, machine number 52B31. 
Form 2908B, Mar. 1949. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. 6 
plates. O 16Har50; AA146745. The 
Singer Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-057. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOMBEB 79-104. 

List of parts, machine number 79-104. 
Form 2836B, Apr. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new plates. 
27Sep50; AA 164011. The Singer 
Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-077. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOHBEB 107B13. 

List of parts, machine number 107B13. 
Form 2180B, rev. Nov. 1949. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. 6 
plates. 6 20Jul50; AA157144. The 
Singer Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-066. 



LIST OF PARTS, MACHINE NOMBEB 246-3. 

List of parts, machine number 246-3. 
Form 20447, Mar. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new plates. 
9 19JU150; AA157142. The Singer 
Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-064. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOMBEB 246-4. 

List of parts, machine number 246-4. 
Form 20 420, Nov. 19 49. By Singer . 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new plates. 
© 25Aug50; AA161785. The Singer 
Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-072. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOMBEB 410B10. 

List of parts, machine number 410B10. 
Form 3021B, Feb. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new plates. 
© 28Sep50; AA 164010. The Singer 
Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-076. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOMBEB 410B20. 

List of parts, machine number 410B20. 
Form 3023B, Feb. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. 6 
plates. © 6Sep50; AA161786. The 
Singer Company (PBH) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-073. 

LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOHBEB 4101110. 

List of parts, machine number 4 10B110. 
Form 3025B, Mar. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NM: new ill. G 
plates. © 8Nov50; AA166898. The 
Singer Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-081. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOHBEB 410W111. 

List of parts, machine number 410B111. 
Form 3027B, Mar. 1950. By Singer 
Manufacturing Company. NH: new ill. G 
plates. © 1Dec50; AA169176. The 
Singer Company (PBH) ; 3Apr76; BE 2-088. 



LIST OF PABTS, MACHINE NOMBEBS 52B21 .. 

List of parts, machine numbers 52B21 
and 52B22. Form 2844B, Oct. 1949. By 
Singer Manufacturing Company. NH: new 
plates. O 30Jun50; AA156072. The 
Singer Company (PBH); 3Apr78; BE 2-062. 



THE LISTENING CHILD. 

[The Listening child, and other 
contributions] By Hargaret Saint Clair. 
Hargaret Saint Clair (A) ; BEG 6Mar78; 
BE 3-571. 

The Listening child. (In Hagazine of 
fantasy and science fiction, Dec. 
1950) POB 19Sep50; B265859. 
The Everlasting food. (In Thrilling 
wonder stories, Dec. 1950) POB 
29Sep50; B274250. 
The Invisible reweaver. (In Beird 
tales, Nov. 1950) POB 1Sep50; 
B268222. 



LITTLE BEE. 

Little bee. Bords G music: Dave 
Bartholomew. S 25Apr50; E0201779. 
Dave Bartholomew (A) ; 7Feb78; BE 453. 



A LITTLE BIBD TOLD ME. 

A Little bird told me; a domestic 
comedy in three acts. By Nan Fleming, 
pseud, of Wilbur Braun. © 11Aug50; 
DP237. Samuel French, Inc. (PBH) ; 
7Mar78; BE 1-128. 



LITTLE BOY BL0ES. 

Little boy blues. w Baiter Hannah, m 
Paul Weston. © 3Nov50; E0220347. Paul 
Weston (A); 8Hay78; BE 3-456. 



LITTLE BBITCHES. 

Little britches. By Ralph Hoody. 
6 14Aug50; A46370. Balph Hoody (A); 
8Mar78; BE 3-537. 



THE LITTLE DEAD BIBD. See 
Avezinha caida. (BE 1-840.) 



A LITTLE FIHE. 

A Little fire. By Elizabeth Kyle, 
pseud, of Agnes H. B. Dunlop. 6 1Hay50; 
A43692. Agnes H. R. Dunlop (A); 3Har78; 
RE 8 49. 



LITTLE JOHNNIE COBBOI. 

Little Johnnie Cowboy, w Jack T. 
Scholl, m H. K. Jerome. © 17Feb50; 
E0194465. Jack T. Scholl (A); 29Har78; 
BE 1-811. 



THE LITTLE LOST BOY. 

The Little lost boy. Husic: Glad 
Robinson Youse, poem: Grace Noll 
Crowell. © 20Dec50; EP52173. Glad 
Robinson Youse (A); 16Har78; BE 1-792. 



LITTLE HISS H0FFET. 

Little Hiss Huffet; basic pantomine in 
2 acts. By G. champneys Burnham G 
Conrad Carter. © 21Nov50; DF44. G. 
Champneys Burnham G Conrad Carter (A) ; 
Uun78; RE 3-59 8. 



A LITTLE RAG DOLL. 

A Little rag doll. w Kim Gannon, m 
Mabel Bayne. © 18Apr50; EP45883. 
Mabel Bayne (A) ; 7Mar78; RE 994. 



A LITTLE RAG DOLL. 

A Little rag doll, w Kim Gannon, m 
Babel Bayne. © 24Oct50; EP51012. 
Mabel Bayne (A) ; 7Har78; RE 995. 



LITTLE BED HEN. 

Little red men. Bords 6 music: Floyd 
Hillis G Johnny Otis. © 8Feb50; 
E0193158. Floyd Hillis 6 Johnny Otis 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-961. 



LITTLE ROQ0EFORT IN THBEE IS A CBOBD. 

Little Roquefort in Three is a crowd. 
By Terrytoons, Inc. © 22Dec50; LP817. 
Viacom International, Inc. (PWH) ; 
21Feb78; RE 582. 



LITTLE S0ITE FOR PIANO. See 

Lille suite for klaver. (RE 1-835.) 



A LITTLE TREAS0RY OF LOVE POEHS. 

A Little treasury of love poems. By 
John Holmes. NH: compilation. 
© 25Sep50; A49878. John Holmes (A); 
9Jun78; RE 3-794. 



THE LITTLE WORLD OF HOHE. 

The Little world of home. By Wilfred 
Tyler G Frances Tyler. © 3Jan50; 
A39827. Frances Tyler (A); 4Jan78; 
RE 125. 



LIVING A DREAM. 

Living a dream. Husic by Harry 
Parr-Davies, words by Christopher 
Hassall. © 18Sep50; EFO-5332. 
Harjorie Carina David (NK of Harry 
Parr-Davies) G E. Hassall (B) ; 10May78; 
RE 2-919. 



LIVING FOB YO0NG HOHEHAKEBS. 

Living for young home makers. Vol. 3, 
no. 12, Dec. 1950. © 22Nov50; B282080. 
The Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PCB) ; 
9Jan78; RE 190. 



LIVING FOE YO0NG HOHEHAKEBS. 

Living for young hooemakers. Vol. 4, 
no. 1, Jan. 1951. © 22Dec50; B282149. 
The Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PCB) ; 
9Jan78; RE 350. 



LIVING PRAISE. 

Living praise; a collection. 
Compilation by Albert Edward Brumley. 
© 1Oct50; EP51670. Hartford Husic 
Company (PCB) ; 6Har78; RE 1-296. 



LIVING WITH NEIGHBORS ARO0ND THE WORLD. 

Living with neighbors around the 
world; a workbook to accompany Neighbors 
around the world. Grade 4. By Heredith 
B. Smith, Frank E. Sorenson G Norman 
Carls. (Our neighbors' geographies 
series) © 2Mar50; AA144258. Holt, 
Rinehart and Winston (PBH) ; 27Apr78; 
RE 2-625. 



LLENA DE GRACIA. 

Llena de gracia. Letra: Jose Pal 
Latorre, musica: Manuel Salina. 
© 31Dec50; EF22084. Jose Pal Latorre 
(A) ; 13Har78; RE 1-486. 



LLENA DE GRACIA. 

Llena de gracia. Letra: Jose Latorre, 
musica: Manuel Salina, pseud, of Hanuel 
G. Salinger. © 31Dec50; EF22084. 
Hanuel G. Salinger (pseud.: Hanuel 
Salina) (A); 13Har78; BE 1-487. 



62 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



LLEVANE. 

Llevame. Words G music: Goozalo 
Curiel. 28Dec50; EFO-6591. Maria 
Concepcion Torre DeCuriel (W) ; 27Peb78; 
BE 717. 



THE LONE BANGKH. NO. 2671-1896. See 
Hobey's rifles. (BE 0-075.) 



THE LONE BANGEB, NO. 2672-1897. See 
The Wandering cowpoke. (BE 3-528.) 



A LOOK TO THE FUTOBE. 

A Look to the future. By Trendle- 
Stciker. (The Lone Banger, no. 
261*6-1871) O 13Jan50; D023136. Lone 
Banger Television, Inc. (PWH) ; 16Jun78; 
RE 3-517. 



LO! THE STAR! 

Lo! the star! A Nativity play. By 
Charles Wilkinson. 30Aug50; DP354. 
Charles Wilkinson (A) ; Uun78; RE 3-597. 



THE LOBO BREED. 

The Lobo breed. By Chuck Martin 
(Charles n. Martin) 3Nov50; A49274. 
Catherine Hartin (W) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-276. 



LOCAL YOKEL. 

Local yokel; song composition. Words 
6 music: Lester Iran Frank. © 3Jul50; 
E0208617. Lester I. Frank (A) ; 8Jun78; 
RE 3-566. 



LOLA. 

Lola. Music: Danaso Perez Prado. 
6 28Dec50; EF 18564. Damaso Perez Prado 
(A) ; 24Feb78; RE 704. 



LOLLYTOOD0M- 

Lollytoodum. Arr. for treble voices 
(SSA) with piano ace: Leslie Bell. NH: 
arr. 6 14Sep50; EP49389. Leona Jessie 
Bell (W) ; 17Feb78; RE 602. 



THE LONE RANGER, 2682-1907. See 
Guilty knowledge. (BE 4-079.) 



THE LONE BANGER, 2683-1908. See 
Bother Calhoun. (RE 4-078.) 



THE LONE RANGER, 2684-1909. See 
Coppertown round-up. (RE 4-077.) 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2646-1871. See 
A Look to the future. (RE 3-517.) 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2653-1878. See 
The End of the Yuma Kid. (BE 3-518.) 



THE LONE BANGER, NO. 2673-1898. See 
In the name of justice. (RE 3-529.) 



THE LONE BANGEB, NO. 2674-1899. See 
One jump ahead. (BE 3-530.) 



THE LONE BANGER, NO. 2675-1900. See 
Jane's best friend. (RE 3-531.) 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2676-1901. See 
Stubborn thunder. (BE 3-532.) 



THE LONE RANGES, NO. 2678-1903. See 
Outcasts of San Antone. (RE 3-533.) 



THE LONE BANGEB, NO. 2679-1904. See 
The Great imitator. (BE 4-076.) 



THE LONE BANGEB, NO. 2680-1905. See 
Doc Stevens. (RE 3-534.) 



THE LONE BANGER, NO. 2681-1906. See 
Frame up. (RE 3-535.) 



LONELY. 

Lonely. w, m G piano arr. Carl Adam 
Keth. 6 12Dec50; E0223553. Carl A. 
Keth (A); 30Jan78; BE 1-319. 



LONELY BL0ES. 

Lonely blues. Words & music: Mel 
Walker 6 Johnny Otis. 9 21Jul50; 
£0210240. Mel Walker G Johnny Otis (A) 
10Apr78; EE 1-967. 



LONELY HEART. 

Lonely heart. w 6 m Allen Bunn. 
O 160ct50; E02 18284. Allen Bunn (A); 
10Apr78; RE 1-973. 



LOONEY TUNES AND MEBRIE MELODIES COMICS. 

Looney Tunes and flerrie Melodies 
comics. Vol. 1, no. 111, Jan. 1951. By 
Warner Brothers Cartoons, Inc. 
O 28NOV50; B279424. Warner Brothers, 
Inc. (PWH); 10Mar78; RE 1-740. 



LOONEY TONES AND MEBRIE MELODIES COMICS. 

Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies 
comics. Vol. 1, no. 112, Feb. 1951. By 
Warner Brothers Cartoons, Inc. 
© 26Dec50; B282893. Warner Brothers, 
Inc. (PWH); 10Mar78; RE 1-741. 



LOOTLESS LOVE. 

Lootless love. v Buddy Ebsen, m Lev 
Spence. 6 18Dec50; EU224359. Buddy 
Ebsen (A); 3Jan78; RE 9. 



LOBD BEAVEBBBOOK RESIGNS. 

Lord Beaverbrook resigns. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 132) © 130ct50; AA164966. 
Lady Sara Audley G Lady Soames (C) ; 
21Jun78; RE 3-495. 



LOBD GOD OF SABAOTH. 

Lord God of Sabaoth. Words and music: 
John Cowley, pseud, of Katherine K. 
Davis. 6 200ct50; EP50180. Katherine 
K. Davis (A); 10Mar78; BE 931. 



LOBD, I GIVE THANKS TO THEE. 

Lord, I give thanks to Thee. w 6 m 
Scripture Press. 6 17Jul50; EP373394. 
Scripture Press Publications, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 22Feb78; BE 597. 



LORD, I NEED THEE. 

Lord, I need Thee. Words & music: 
Jefferson Broun G Robert L. Patterson. 
6 18Dec50; E0224071. Jefferson Brown 6 
Bobert L. Patterson (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 1-977. 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2654-1879. See 
Banner of Virginia. (RE 3-519.) 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2655-1880. See 
The Would-be outlaw. (RE 3-520.) 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2656-1881. See 
The Petrified giant. (BE 3-521.) 



THE LONE RANGES, NO. 2657-1882. See 
Comanche raid. (RE 3-522.) 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2666-1891. See 
One man rule. (BE 3-523.) 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2667-1892. See 
One night in Dodge. (BE 3-524.) 



THE LONE RANGER, NO. 2668-1893. See 
Retired Banger. (RE 3-525.) 



THE LONE BANGER, NO. 2669-1894. See 
Chuck Gurnee's downfall. (BE 3-526.) 



THE LONE BANGER, NO. 2670-1895. See 
Two gold lockets. (RE 3-527.) 



LONELY WITHO0T YO0 DEAB. 

Lonely without you dear. lords G 
music: Lloyd Thompson. © 17Apr50; 
E0200713. Lloyd Thompson (A); 10Apr78; 
RE 1-963. 



A LONG WAY FROM HOME. 

A Long way from home. Author of words 
£ music: Albert Hay Malotte. © 20Sep50; 
E0215976. Marguerite Malotte (W) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-378. 



LOOK ME OP. 

Look me up. Words 6 music: Aubrey A. 
Gass. 6 16May50; EP46657. Aubrey A. 
Gass (A); 30Jan78; BE 277. 



LOOK 00T FOB LIZA. 

Look out for Liza. By Faith Baldwin 
(Faith Baldwin Cuthrell) A shortened 
version of this story appeared in the 
Woman's home companion. NM: sentences, 
paragraphs added throughout. 6 27Mar50; 
A42248. Faith Baldwin Cuthrell (A); 
21Mar78; RE 1-156. 



LOOK TO THE EAST. 

Look to the east. Lyricist: Orio, 
pseud, of Henrietta Schoandt, music: 
Cecilia Reeker. O 6Har50; EP44714. 
Cecilia Beeker (A); 13Jun78; BE 3-463. 



THE LORD'S LABI AT. 

The Lord's lariat. Words and music: 
Tennessee Ernie Ford (Ernest Ford) & 
Cliffie Stone. © 4Aug50; E0211486. 
Ernest (Tennessee Ernie) Ford E Cliffie 
Stone (A); 17Apr78; BE 2-303. 



THE LOHD'S PRAYEB. 

The Lord's Prayer. For piano S organ. 
By Albert Hay Malotte, transcription for 
piano G organ from the original setting 
for voice & piano: Carl Deis. NH: 
transcription. © 20Jan50; EP44534. G. 
Schirmer, Inc. (PWH) ; 12May78; RE 3-108. 



THE LORD'S PRAYER. 

The Lord's Prayer. For 2 pianos, four 
hands. By Albert Hay Malotte, 
transcription for two pianos, four hands 
from the original setting for voice G 
piano: Carl Deis. NH: transcription. 
© 20Jan50. EP44535; G. Schirmer, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 12May78; RE 3-109. 



LORENZ'S CHANCEL CHOIR. 

Lorenz's Chancel choir. Compilation: 
Ellen Jane Lorenz. NM: compilation. 
© 10Apr50; EP45699. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-908. 



1978 



COBBENT REGISTRATIONS 



63 



THE LOS ANGELES BOOK. 

The Los Angeles book. By Lee Shippey, 
photographer: (lax Yavno. 9Nov50; 
A49856. Haz Tavno 6 Lee Shippey (A) ; 
19Jun78; RE 4-071. 



LOST AMERICA. 

Lost America; the story of the 
pre-Columbian Iron Age in America. By 
Arlington Humphrey nailery. Kith the 
assistance of Hary Boberts Harrison. 
16Nov50; A49780. Paul Hallery, Paula 
Hallery S Carol Eldridge (C) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 1-761. 



LOST AND FOUND BLUES. 

Lost and found blues. Words £ music: 
Elton Britt 6 Jim Hand. 29Dec50; 
EP51518. Jim Hand (A); 20Mar78; 
HE 1-184. 



LOST DREAM BLUES. 

Lost dream blues. Hords £ music: 
Johnny Otis. 21Jul50; E0210238. 
Johnny Otis (A) : 10Apr78; BE 1-966. 



LOTUS BLUE. 

Lotus blue. For piano. Music by Ted 
Bossman. O 1Nov50; EP50910. Sahla 
Sossman (») , Hyra Hossman 6 Dawn Hossman 
Furman (C) ; 18Bay78; BE 2-961. 



LOUISIANA. 

Louisiana. By Joseph Darensbourg. 
270ct50; EU220282. Joseph 
Darensbourg (A); 10Apr78; BE 2-219. 



LE LOUP, LA BICHE ET LE CHEVALIEB. 

Le Loup, la biche et le chevalier. 
Music: Henri Salvador, words: Maurice 
Poo. 30Dec50; EFO-6830. Henri 
Salvador £ Maurice Pon (A); 17Apr78; 
BE 2-761. 



LOVE IN ALBANIA. 

Love in Albania. By Eric Linfclater. 
6 30Dec50; DF42. Eric Linklater (A) ; 
7Har78; BE 845. 



THE LOVE-MAKING OF MAX-ROBERT. 

Ths Love-making of Max-Bobert. 
Introd.: Bobert Shaplen. Former title: 
A Corner of the world, by Bobert 
Shaplen. NB: introd. 6 1Jun50; 
A47346. Robert Shaplen (A); 5May78; 
BE 2-704. 



LOVE HE. 

Love me. w Ben Blossner, m Irma 
Hollamder. 22Dec50; EU224393. 
Brenda Hall (C of Irma Hollander) ; 
2Hay78; BE 3-841. 



LOVE BE LITTLE, LOVE BE LONG. 

Love me little, love me long. By Earl 
B. HcCandless. 6 24Apr50; EU204844. 
Earl R. BcCandless (A); 21Feb78; 
RE 3-670. 



LOVE, POETS WHITE ABOUT. 

Love, poets write about, w Ben 
Blossner, m Irma Hollander. 6 18Sep50; 
EU215655. Brenda Hall (C of Irma 
Hollander) ; 2May78; HE 3-836. 



LOVE WILL BREAK IOUR HEART. 

Love will break your heart. Words £ 
music: Johnny Otis. 4Oct50; 
EU217362. Johnny Otis (A): 10Apr78; 
HE 1-969. 



LOVELT REBEL. 

Lovely rebel. By Muriel Marshall. 
26Sep50; A4790 3. Muriel Marshall 
(A) ; 21Feb78; BE 628. 



LOVER, COME BACK TO ME. 

Lover, come back to me. By Bobert 
Woodruff Anderson. C 4Apr50; DU238S1. 
Bobert (Woodruff) Anderson (A); 23Mar78; 
HE 1-546. 



LOVE'S SUPREMACY. 

Love's supremacy. For voice £ piano, 
w R. Clark Harrington, m David W. Guion. 
Add. ti. : Beloved. 14Mar50; EP45962. 
David N. Guion (A); 12May78; HE 3-119. 



LOVING SPIRIT. See 

La Chaine d'amour. (RE 2-542.) 



LOWER THE BOOH. 

Lower the boom. By Universal Pictures 
Company, Inc. O 18Oct50; MP699. 
Universal City Studios, Inc. (PWH) ; 
27Apr78; RE 2-493. 



LUCKY CHARM. 

Lucky charm. Music by Arsene Siegel. 
C 27Dec50; EP54401. Arsene Siegel (A) ; 
31Mar78; RE 1-329. 



LULLABY. 

Lullaby. From the musical drama The 
Consul. For voice 6 piano, w 6 m Gian 
Carlo Henotti, piano reduction by G. 
Schirmer, Inc., employer for hire of 
Thomas Schippers. 3 16Har50; EP46350. 
Gian Carlo Benotti (A) £ G. Schirmer, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 11Hay78; BE 2-819. 



LULLABY FOR JOHNNY. 

Lullaby for Johnny. For violin & 
piano. By Louis G. Simon. S 15Dec50; 
EP51693. Hargaretta Kingsbury Baganini 
(PWH) ; 12Apr78; RE 2-247. 



LOLLY, PETIT VIOLON DU HOI. 

Lully, petit violon du roi. By 
Germaine Guillemot-Hagitot. © 1Nov50; 
AFO-3395. Gilbert Guillemot (C) ; 
22Hay78; RE 2-857. 



LULU CHABLOTT. 

Lulu chariot t. Piano. w Heinz 
Woezel, m Heinz Hihm. © 1Aug50; 
EFO-4961. Heinz Woezel (A): 10Jul78; 
HE 3-857. 



THE LOSIADS OF LUIS DECAMOES. 

The Lusiads of Luis DeCamoes. 
Translation: Leonard Bacon. NM: 
translation. 6 28Jun50; A46309. The 
Hispanic Society of America (PWH) ; 
22Jun78; HE 3-861. 



LUTO EN EL ALBA. 

Luto en el alma. Words £ music: 
Claudio Estrada. 6 21Dec50; EF25167. 
Claudio Estrada (A) ; 24Feb78; BE 707. 



LYIN' KISSES. 

Lyin' kisses. w 6 m Claude Demetrius. 
© 26Jan50; EP43799. Claude Demetrius 
(A) ; 6Bar78; RE 1-025. 



LYING AWAKE — AND DREAMING. 

Lying awake — and dreaming. Music by 
Harry Parr Davies, words by Harold 
Purcell. 13Dec50; EFO-6533. 
Barjorie Carina David (NK of Harry Parr 
Davies) 6 I. H. L. Purcell (W) ; 13Bar78; 
HE 1-286. 



LYRIC PRELUDE. 

Lyric prelude. For trombone (or 
bassoon or cello) 6 piano. By Sam 
Raphling. © 2Jul50; EP48239. 
Hargaretta Kingsbury Maganini (PWH) ; 
12Apr78; HE 2-405. 



BA AND PA POLKA. 

Ba and Pa polka. m Walter Obzut. 
20Feb50; EU194315. Dana Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 12Hay78; RE 3-143. 



MACHINERY'S HANDBOOK. 

Machinery's handbook. By Erik oberg £ 
Franklin D. Jones. 14th ed., 3d print. 
NB: revisions £ additions. 14Dec50; 
AA171349. Industrial Press, Inc. (PWH); 
15May78; BE 3-184. 



MADAME BOVARY. 

Badame Bovary. 111.: Pierre Brissaud. 
NB: ill. © 20Jun50; A48666. The 
Heritage Press (PWH) ; 19Jun78; BE 3-806. 



BADABE EST SEBVIE. 

Badame est servie; comedie gaie en 4 
actes. By Georges DeWissant, pseud, of 
Georges Lemoine, £ Jean Kolb. 
S 21Dec50; DU26327. Mme. Lemoine, nee 
Marcelle Gaudry (W) ; 22May78; RE 2-870. 



MADEMOISELLE. 

Mademoiselle. Vol. 32, no. 3, Jan. 
1951. © 29Dec50; B281261. The Conde 
Nast Publications, Inc. .(PCW); 9Jan78; 
RE 189. 



THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES. 

The Magazine Antigues. Vol. 58, no. 
1, July 1950. © UulSO; B257409. 
Straight Enterprises, Inc. (PCR) ; 
9Jan78; BE 444. 



THE BAGAZINE ANTIQUES. 

The Magazine Antigues. Vol. 58, no. 
2, Aug. 1950. © 1Aug50; B257833. 
Straight Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
9Jan78; RE 445. 



THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES. 

The Magazine Antigues. Vol. 58, no. 
3, Sept. 1950. © 1Sep50; B263301. 
Straight Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
9Jan78; BE 446. 



THE BAGAZINE ANTIQUES. 

The Magazine Antigues. Vol. 58, no. 
4, Oct. 1950. 6 20ct50; B268267. 
Straight Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
9Jan78; BE 447. 



THE BAGAZINE ANTIQUES. 

The Bagazine Antigues. Vol. 58, no. 
5, Nov. 1950. 1NOV50; B272857. 
Straight Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
9Jan78; RE 448. 



THE BAGAZINE ANTIQUES. 

The Bagazine Antigues. Vol. 58, no. 
6, Dec. 1950. IDecSO; B276223. 
Straight Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
9Jan78; RE 449. 



THE BAGAZINE OF FANTASY £ SCIENCE 
FICTION, DEC. 1950. See 
The Better mousetrap. (RE 2-238.) 
The Listening child. (RE 3-571.) 



I. 'I 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE 
PICTION, WINTEB-SPBING 1950. See 
Contributions by Damon Knight. 
(RE 3-64 3- ) 



BAGGIE. 

Maggie. Words and music by Frances 
Knight, pseud, of Plorence Knipe LaBue. 
6Feb50; E0192835. Florence Knipe 
LaBue (pseud.: Frances Knight) (A); 
12JU178; BE 3-850. 



MAGGIE, GET A HAMMER. 

Maggie, get a hammer, w 6 m Raaey 
Idriss (Bamez Idriss) S George Tibbies. 
6Apr50; E0199706. Lois Idriss (W) , 
Carol Grimes, Suzanne Idriss, Judy 
Idriss 6 Pamela Idriss (C of Banez 
Idriss); 29Mar78; BE 1-812. 



Coulter, John D. Hicks t Nelson P. Head. 
NH: coapletely rev. ed. of Onited States 
in the making. JJanSO; A40054. Leon 
H. Canfield, Ellis Merton Coulter (A), 
Esther N. Wilder, Monica Anderson, 
Lucile C. Hicks (W) 6 Florence Schank (C 
of Nelson P. Mead) ; 20Jun78; BE 1-072. 



MAKING 0SEF0L THINGS OF HOOD. 

Making useful things of wood. By 
Franklin H. Gottshall. O 28Dec50; 
A50940. Franklin H. Gottshall (A) ; 
13Jan78; BE 43. 



MALACHI ASKS FOB O0B BEST FOB GOD. 

Malachi asks for our best foe God. 
Painting by Becher. 6 31Mar50; K24655. 
Providence Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 
18May78; BE 3-070. 



MAN IS A OTCBOCOSM. 

Han is a microcosm. By J. A. V. 
Butler. O 22Sep50, AI-3063; 27flar51, 
A53827. Elizabeth K. Warrington (C) ; 
8May78; BE 3-066. 



MAN TO MAN, AUG. -SEPT. 1950. See 
Modeled in clay. (RE 2-665.) 



THE MAN WHO BOUGHT THE WALDOBP. 

The Man who bought the Waldorf. By 
Thomas Swing Dabney. 5Jan50; A40203. 
Thomas Dabney (A) ; 20Jan78; BE 210. 



THE MAN WHO INVENTED MUSIC. 

The Man who invented music. w 6 m Don 
Gillis, w Claris A. Boss. © 11Dec50; 
EU223502. Barbara Gillis (W) & Claris 
A. Boss (A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-855. 



MAGIC IS THE EARTH. 

Magic is the Earth. w 6 m Dunham 6 
Joe Hooven, pseud, of J. Bussel 
Robinson. O 8May50; E0203112. 
Gertrude Bobinson (W) ; 8May78; BE 3-451. 



THE MAGNET. 

The Magnet. By Ealing Studios, Ltd. 
23May50; LP991. EMI Films, Ltd. 
(PWH) ; 3Mar78; BE 1-043. 



MAGYAR MELODY. 

Magyar aelody. Book & lyrics: Eric 
Maschwitz, book, lyrics 6 music: George 
Posford, music: Bernard Green. Acting 
ed. Adapted froa the play of Eric 
Maschwitz, Fred Thoapson 6 Guy Bolton. 
NH: book & lyrics only. © 28Aug50; 
DP357. The Public Trustee (E of Eric 
Maschwitz); 30May78; BE 3-475. 



THE MAID OF SHANAG0LDEN. 

The Maid of Shanagolden. Music by 
James Haywood, words by Brendon Beidy. 
S 4Sep50; EFO-5341. E. Haywood (W) 6 
Brendon Reidy (A); 13Mar78; BE 1-273. 



MAIDEN VOYAGE. 

Maiden voyage. By Barnaby Dogbolt, 
pseud, of Herbert Silvette. © 21Jun50; 
A45378. Barnaby Dogbolt (A); 15Jun78; 
BE 4-046. 



THE SAIL IS HERE. 

The Mail is here. No. 1387. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Hoses) © 26Apr50; GU16143. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; BE 1-644. 



THE MAINE WOODS. 

The Maine woods. By Henry David 
Thoreau, introd., notes 6 arr. of text: 
Dudley C. Lunt. NM: introd., notes S 
arr. of text. © 24Bar50; A42281. 
Dudley C. Lunt (A); 7Feb78; BE 473. 



THE HALE LOOK. 

The Hale look. (The March of time) 
© 17flar50; MP104. Time, Inc. (PBH) ; 
30Jan78; BE 325. 



MAMA'S BOOGIE. 

Mama's boogie, w 6 m Eddie Harris. 
© 25Sep50; E0216563. Eddie Harris (A) 
10Apr78; BE 1-968. 



HA HBO "B. " 

Mambo "B." Music: Cuco Valtierra, Jr. 
© 6Nov50; EFO-5300. Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Husica (PWH); 20Mar78; 
BE 1-717. 



HAM BO "C. " 

Mambo "C." Husic: Cuco Valtierra, Jr. 
© 29Dec50; EFO-5994. Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, S.A. (PWH); 
20Mar78; BE 1-718. 



HAMBO EN TBOHBON. 

Mambo en trombon. Husic: Memo 
Salamanca (Guillermo Salamanca Herrera) 
© 29Dec50; EFO-6054. Guillermo 
Salamanca Herrera (pseud.: Memo 
Salamanca) (A); 13Har78; RE 1-506. 



HAHBO EN VEBACEUZ. 

Hambo en Veracruz. Husic: Jose Sabre 
Harroguin. © 29Dec50; EFO-6491. Jose 
Sabre Harroguin (A); 13Har78; BE 1-507. 



HAHBO HODEBNO. 

Hambo moderno. Husic: Edward Prince. 
© 19Dec50; EF18729. Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Husica (PWH); 20 Mar 78; 
BE 1-716. 



HAHBO RIFF. 

Hambo riff. Composer of music: Pete 
Bugolo. © 26Dec50; E0225095. Pete 
Bugolo (A); 20Har78; BE 1-541. 



THE HAN WHO LAUGHS. 

The Han who laughs. No. 71. By 
Victor Hugo, adapted into an illustrated 
story for Classics illustrated: Albert 
L. Kanter. NH: adaptation. © 25May50; 
A152608. Twin Circle Publishing 
Company, division of Frawley Enterprises 
(PWH) ; 30flay78; BE 3-393. 



HANAGEB IN HEAVEN. See 

(I've got a) manager in heaven. 
(BE 882.) 



A MAN'S BEST FBIEND. See 

Nobody understands me. (BE 2-041.) 



A MAN'S COOK BOOK FOB OUTDOOBS AND 

A Man's cook book for outdoors and 
kitchen. By James Henry Meyer, ill.: 
Ernest Bland Bowers, editor: Claud H. 
Corrigan. © 10Jul50; A155685. Jack 
Lee Meyer (C) ; 28Jun78; RE 4-255. 



HANUAL FOB COHPABATIVE ANATOMY. 

Hanual for comparative anatomy. By 
Leonard P. Sayles. Rev. ed. NH: 
revisions 6 additions. © 12Sep50; 
AA161352. Hazel H. Sayles (W) ; 8Hay78; 
BE 3-050. 



THE HANOAL OF WESTHINSTEB FELLOWSHIP. 

The Hanual of Westminster fellowship. 
By Board of Christian Education of the 
Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. , 
employer for hire. © 16Jun50; A45362. 
The Westminster Press (PWH) ; 6Mar78; 
RE 1-188. 



HAP OF CLEVELAND AND CUYAHOGA COUNTY. 

Hap of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. 
By Robert Edwin Wayland. NH: revisions 
£ additions. © 20Har50; F7567. 
Commercial Survey Company (PWH) ; 1May78; 
BE 2-642. 



THE MAITLANDS. 

The Haitlands; a play in three acts. 
By Bonald HacKenzie. Acting ed. 
17Aug50; DP416. Clifford Kent-Wright 
(E) ; 7Har78; BE 1-131. 



BAKING MATHEHATICS WOBK. 

Baking mathematics work. By Gilbert 
D. Nelson, Herschel E. Grime 6 Fred N. 
Burroughs. © 20Feb50; A41601. 
Gertrude S. Nelson (W) 6 Herschel E. 
Grime (A); 19Jun78; BE 4-069. 



THE BAKING OF MODEBN AHEBICA. 

The Baking of modern America. By Leon 
H. Canfield 5 Boward B. Wilder, editors: 
Howard B. Anderson, Ellis Herton 



BABBOTH WESTEBN. See 

Contributions by Harry Whittington. 
(BE 3-864.) 



BABBOTH WESTEBN, SEPT. 1950. See 
Wyoming wildcatter. (BE 289.) 



HAN IN THE BOON. 

flan in the moon. Words by John 
Gutman. English adaptation of German 
opera Die Welt auf deo Bonde, by Joseph 
Haydn. NH: English words. © 19Jun50; 
D02V693. John Gutman (A); 6Jun78; 
BE 1-704. 



HAP OF CUYAHOGA AND ADJACENT COUNTIES. 

flap of Cuyahoga and adjacent counties. 
By Robert Edwin Wayland. © 20Feb50; 
F7565. Commercial Survey Company (PWH) ; 
1flay78; BE 2-641. 



A HAP OF SHELTER ISLAND. 

A Hap of Shelter Island. By Edith H. 
Shepherd. © 14Hov50; F8373. Edith H. 
Shepherd (A); 27flar78; BE 2-228. 



HAPPING OF FIELDS. See 

Electromagnetic fields. (BE 1-862.) 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



65 



BAR TAMBEM CONRECE. 

O flar tambem conhece. lords 6 music: 
Acy Barroso. 19Dec50; EF24144. 
Ivonne Arantes Barroso (S) ; 13Mar78; 
RE 1-492. 



MARCH OF THE REDCOATS. 

March of the redcoats. Music by Harry 
Parr Davies, words by Christopher 
HassaH. 6Nov50; EFO-6521. aarjorie 
Carina David (NK of Harry Parr Davies) 6 
E. Hassall (B) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-280. 



THE MARCH OF TIME. See 

As Russia sees it. (RE 328.) 

Beauty at work. (RE 327.) 

The Gathering storm. (RE 329.) 

The Male look. (RE 325.) 

Mid century: half way to where? 

(RE 324.) 
Schools march on! (RE 330.) 
Tito — new ally? (RE 331.) 
Where* s the fire? (BE 326.) 



MARCH ON! YE SOLDIERS OF THE LORD. 

March on! ye soldiers of the Lord. By 
T. Francis Burke, arranger: Lester 
Brockton, pseud, of Mayhem Lester Lake. 
NB: arr. for band. 6 20Dec50; EP51894. 
A. P. Schmidt Company (PBH) ; 10Mar78; 
RE 924. 



MARCHING ON. 

Marching on; piano solo. Music by 
Lora Dickinson. 27Dec50; EP544 06. 
Lora Dickinson (A); 31Bar78; RE 1-334. 



MARIA MARESCAOD. See 
On a tue grand pere. 



(BE 2-562.) 



MARIONETTE DOUCE. 

Marionette douce. For four single 
mixed voices or four part mixed chorus, 
harmonium or organ ad lib. Tran- 
scription 6 translation: Doe Anselm 
Hughes, editing: Percy Aldridge 
Grainger. NH: transcription, 
translation S editing. @ 8Nov50; 
EP52451. Ella Grainger (B) ; 12May78; 
RE 3-136. 



MARITIME PROVINCES AND ADJACENT 

Maritime Provinces and adjacent 
territories. By C. S. Hammond 6 
Company. © 6Dec50; F8533. Hammond, 
Inc. (PBH) ; 8Mar78; BE 1-150. 



HARK IN THE GREEK NEB TESTAMENT. 

Bark in the Greek New Testament. By 
Kenneth S. Buest. © 15Apr50; A42894. 
Jeannette I. Buest (H) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 2-259. 



MARRIAGE TIES. 

Marriage ties. For voice 6 piano. By 
Irving Gordon. 6 31Bar50; EP52672. 
Irving Gordon (A); 10Apr78; RE 2-253. 



MARTIN BOTTERFIELD. 

Martin Butterfield. By John Burgan. 
Uul50; A45497. Banda Burgan (B) ; 
12Jun78; BE 3-746. 



THE MARVEL FAMILY. 

The Barvel Family. Vol. 10, no. 56, 
Feb. 1951. © 20Dec50; B278870. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 
30Jan78; RE 145. 



THE BARVEL FAMILY. 

The Marvel Family. Vol. 10, no. 55, 
Jan. 1951. © 22Nov50; B275535. 



Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 
30Jan78; BE 146. 



THE BARVEL FAMILY. 

The Marvel Family. Vol. 9, no. 54, 
Dec. 1950. 6 20Oct50; B274751. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH); 
30Jan78; RE 149. 



THE MARVEL FAMILY. 

The Marvel Family. Vol. 9, no. 53, 
Nov. 1950. 6 22Sep50; B267218. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 
30Jan78; RE 152. 



THE MARVEL FAMILY. 

The Barvel Family. Vol. 9, no. 52, 
Oct. 1950. © 23Aug50; B263062. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 
30Jan78; RE 155. 



THE MARVEL FAMILY. 

The Marvel Family. Vol. 9, no. 51, 
Sept. 1950. © 21JU150; B256582. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 
30Jan78; RE 339. 



THE MARVEL FABILY. 

The Bacvel Family. Vol. 9, no. 50, 
Aug. 1950. 6 21Jun50; B251476. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 
30Jan78; BE 342. 



THE MARVEL FAMILY. 

The Marvel Family. Vol. 8, no. 49, 
July 1950. © 19May50; B247085. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 
30Jan78; RE 343. 



THE MARVEL FAMILY. 

The Marvel Family. Vol. 8, no. 48, 
June 1950. 6 21Apr50; B242248. 
Fawcett Publications, Inc. (PBH); 
30Jan78; BE 345. 



BARY, MARY, BHERE IS YO0R BABY? 

Bary, Bary, where is your baby? Bords 
and music: Jester Hairston. © 22Dec50; 
EP51811. Jester Hairston (A); 23Jan78; 
BE 137. 



MARY BCCLELLAN HOSPITAL. 

Bary BcClellan Hospital. Vickers, 
1949. By Grandma Boses (Anna Mary 
Robertson Boses) 6 26Apr50; G016127. 
James C. Tomasi (Ada. c.t.a.); 20Bar76; 
RE 1-628. 



MARY ROSE. 

Mary Rose. English lyric: Tommie 
Conner, Dutch words & music by Pi 
Scheffer, Jan Vogel S Han Dunk. 
© 20Dec50; EFO-7466. Tommie Conner 



(A) ; 13Bar78; BE 1-292. 



BASKED BIDEB BESTEBN. 

Basked rider western. Vol. 28, no. 3, 
Nov. 1950. © 1Sep50; B268500. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCS); 29Jun78; 
BE 3-982. 



MASKED RIDER BESTERN. 

Masked rider western. Vol. 29, no. 1, 
Jan. 1951. © 3Nov50; B280555. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCB); 29Jun78; 
RE 3-990. 



MASON SMITH FAMILY LETTERS, 1860-1868. 

Bason Smith family letters, 1860-1868. 
By Daniel Elliott Huger Snith, Alice 



Ravenel Huger Smith 6 Arney Robinson 
Childs. 15Nov50; A52140. Arney 
Bobinson Childs (A); 7Apr78; RE 1-739. 



MASQUERADE SUITE. 

Masquerade suite. From Masquerade 
suite. m Aram Khachaturian [Aram 
Khatchaturian ], score 6 optional 
obbligato for 2d accordion by Anthony 
Galla-Rini. NM: arr. for accordion. 
© 29Nov50; EP50884. Leeds Music 
Corporation (PBH) ; 21Feb78; RE 575. 



BASS OF THE GUARDIAN ANGELS. 

Mass of the guardian angels. By 
Arthur T. BcEvoy, arr. for 2 equal, SAB 
or SATB voices & organ by James A. 
Reilly. NB: arr. 30Dec50; EP55294. 
A. P. Schmidt Company (PPB) ; 10flar78; 
RE 930. 



BASTES COMICS. 

Master comics. Vol. 20, no. 120, Feb. 
1951. © 1Nov50; B275507. Fawcett 
Publications, Inc. (PBH); 30Jan78; 
BE 148. 



MASTEB COMICS. 

Baster comics. Vol. 20, no. 119, Dec. 
1950. © 13Sep50; B264880. Fawcett 
Publications, Inc. (PBH); 30Jan78; 
RE 154. 



BASTER COMICS. 

Master comics. Vol. 20, no. 118, Oct. 
1950. © 12JU150; B256268. Fawcett 
Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 30Jan78; 
RE 340. 



MASTER COMICS. 

Baster comics. Vol. 20, no. 117, Aug. 
1950. © 12Bay50; B245938. Fawcett 
Publications, Inc. (PBH); 30Jan78; 
BE 344. 



MASTEB COBICS. 

Master comics. Vol. 20, no. 116, June 
1950. © 12Apr50; B241875. Fawcett 
Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 30Jan78; 
RE 346. 



MASTER COMICS. 

Baster comics. Vol. 19, no. 115, May 
1950. © 10flar50; B236253. Fawcett 
Publications, Inc. (PSH) ; 30Jan78; 
BE 347. 



MASTEB COBICS. 

Baster comics. Vol. 19, no. 114, Apr. 
1950. © 10Feb50; B231926. Fawcett 
Publications, Inc. (PBH); 30Jan78; 
BE 348. 



BASTEB COMICS. 

Master comics. Vol. 19, no. 113, Mar. 
1950. © 11Jan50; B229155. Fawcett 
Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 30Jan78; 
BE 349. 



MASTEB OF ARTS. 

Master of Arts; a farcical comedy in 
three acts. By Billiam Douglas Home. 
© 30Dec50; DF56. Billiam Douglas Home 
(A) ; 7Mar78; BE 1-124. 



THE MASTER OF THE MORNING. 

The Master of the morning. Music arr. 
& words: Roger C. Bilson 6 Elsie Duncan 
Yale. (In The Choir leader. Bar. 1950) 
NM: arr. 6 words. © 23Jan50; B235305. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PBH) ; 
20Jan78; BE 99. 



66 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



HATCH BOX BLUES. 

Natch box blues. w 6 m Mickey Cooper 
6 Ralph Bass. 160ct50; E0218281. 
Mickey Cooper £ Ralph Bass (A); 10Apr78; 
RE 1-971. 



MEAN OLD WINE. 

Mean old wine. Words £ music: Lee 
Magid £ Herman Lubiusky. Add. ti. : Mean 
ole nine. 20Dec50; EU224228. Lee 
Magid £ Herman Lubinsky (A) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 1-979. 



Chuck Plachmann (Charles Randall 
Flachmann) NN: cartoon map of St. 
Louis, Mo. O 27Jun50; F8042. Charles 
Randall Flachmann (A); 15Mar78; 
RE 1-360. 



MATE IN THREE. 

Mate in three; a matrimonial comedy in 
four acts. By L. DuGarde Peach. 
11May50; DP105. D. Walker 6 G. 
Willams (E) ; 8May78; RE 2-683. 



MATHEMATICAL ENGINEERING ANALYSIS. 

Mathematical engineering analysis. By 
Rufus Oldenburger. 9 19Dec50; A50517. 
Rufus Oldenburger (A) ; 29Mar78; 
RE 1-870. 



MATILDA. 

Matilda. w E m James B. Kennedy. 
20Nov50; EFO-5583. Jimmy Kennedy 
(A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-279. 



MAY THE GOOD LORD BLESS AND KEEP YOU. 

May the good Lord bless and keep you. 
v S m Meredith Willson. © 26Dec50; 
EP51685. Meredith Willson (A) ; 13Feb78; 
RE <»30. 



MAYBE YES, MAYBE NO. 

Maybe yes, maybe no. Original lyric £ 
music by Ramon Vives, English lyric: 
Maurice Sonny Miller. Add. ti. : Que si, 
que no. NM: English lyric. © 21Jun50; 
EFO-3742. Harold Miller (NK) ; 10May78; 
RE 2-668. 



MCCALL'S. 

McCall's. Vol. 78, no. 1, Oct. 1950. 
© 27Sep50; B267959. The McCall 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 2-112. 



MCCALL' S. 

McCall's. Vol. 78, no. 2, Nov. 1950. 
© 200ct50; B272336. The HcCall 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 10Apc78; 
RE 2-113. 



MCCALL'S. 

McCall's. Vol. 78, no. 3, Dec. 1950. 
© 22Nov50; B277063. The McCall 
Publishing Company (PCW); 10Apr78; 
RE 2-111. 



MCCALL'S. 

McCall's. Vol. 78, no. 4, Jan. 1951. 
6 27Dec50; B281299. The McCall 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 2-115. 



MCCORMICK GRO0ND BLACK PEPPER. 

Mccormick ground black pepper. 
9 5JU150; KK51233. Mccormick 6 
Company, Inc. (PWH) ; 27Feb78; RE 824. 



MCCORMICK TEA. 

Mccormick tea. 9 6Nov50; KK55417. 
Mccormick S Company, Inc. (PWH) ; 
25May78; RE 3-155. 



MCCORMICK TEA BAGS. 

Mccormick tea bags. © 6Nov50; 
KK55413. Mccormick E Company, Inc. 
(PWH); 25May78; RE 3-154. 



MCLAUGHLIN ELECTRIC SDPPLY HOUSE 

McLaughlin Electric Supply House 
catalog. By McLaughlin Electric Supply 
House. © 18Dec50; AA170770. 
Jagua-McKee, Inc. (PWH) ; 5Jun78; 
RE 3-923. 



MEAN OLE WINE. See 

Mean old wine. (RE 1-979.) 



THE MEANING OF FAITH. See 

The Three meanings. (RE 2-516.) 



THE MEANING OF PRAYER. See 

The Three meanings. (RE 2-516.) 



THE MEANING OF SERVICE. See 

The Three meanings. (RE 2-516.) 



THE MEASURE OF MAN. 

The Measure of man. Pt. 1. By Jerome 
Weidman. (In Good housekeeping, Feb. 
1950) © 20Jan50; B230610. Jerome 
Weidman (A) ; 3Mar78; RE 799. 



THE MEASURE OF MAN. 

The Measure of man. Pt. 2. By Jerome 
Weidman. (In Good housekeeping. Mar. 
1950) © 17Feb50; B233573. Jerome 
Weidman (A) ; 3Mar78; RE 800. 



MEASURE THEORY. 

Measure theory. By Paul R. Halmos. 
(Graduate texts in mathematics, 16) 
© 19Jan50; A40801. Paul R. Halmos (A) 
2Feb78; RE 333. 



MEASURES FOR SONG AND DANCE. See 
Beerbohm bailiwick. (RE 4-013.) 



MEDICINE. 

Medicine. Vol. 29, no. 4, Dec. 1950. 
© 28Dec50; B279654. The Williams and 
Wilkins Company (PCW) ; 8May78; RE 3-63E 



MEET MISS BLENDO. 

Meet Miss Blendo. w & m Johnny 
Mercer. 9 15Dec50; ED224372. 
Elizabeth Mercer (W) , John Jefferson 
Mercer £ Georgia Amanda Corvin (C) ; 
3Apr78; RE 2-040. 



THE MEETING HOUSE. 

The Meeting house. Dec. 1949. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
doses) 26Apr50; GU16123. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; RE 1-624. 



MEETING WITH STALIN. 

Meeting with Stalin. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 154) © 8 Nov 50 ; AA166403. Sara 
Audley £ Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
RE 3-507. 



MEID'L. 

Meid'l. Music by Alexander 
Olshanetsky. © 11Oct50; E0217938. 
Anita Olshanetsky Willens (C) ; 14Mar78; 
BE 955. 



HEIR SHFEYA, A CHILDREN'S VILLAGE IN ... 

Heir Shfeya, a children's village in 
Israel. By Sonia Gidal £ Nachum Tim 
Gidal. 9 22Dec50; A51766. Sonia Gidal 
£ Nachum Tim Gidal (A) ; 6Feb78; RE 369. 



A MELANGE OF LANDMARKS, OLD AND NEW, .. 

A Melange of landmarks, old and new, 
of an historic city. Saint Louis. By 



MELLOW MADNESS. 

Mellow madness. Music: Johnny 
Sparrow. © 3JulS0; EU208777. Johnny 
Sparrow (A); 10Apr78; RE 3-303. 



MENABONI'S BIRDS. 

Menaboni's Birds. Artist: Athos 
Menaboni, author: Sara Menaboni. 
© 26Sep50; A47904. Athos Menaboni 6 
Sara Menaboni (A); 8Peb76; RE 460. 



MENGENLEHRE. See 
Theory of sets. 



(RE 157.) 



MENNONITE COMMUNITY COOKBOOK. 

Mennonite community cookbook. By Mary 
Emma Shoualter (Mary Emma Shovalter 
Eby) , artist: Naomi Nissley. 9 5Jun50; 
A44560. Mary Emma Showalter Eby (A); 
5Jun78; RE 3-542. 



MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH WILL-TRAINING. 

Mental health through will-training. 
By Abraham A. Low. 9 8Nov50; A49578. 
Phyllis Low Cameron £ Marilyn Low 
Schmitt (C) ; 6Feb78; RE 357. 



HENTAL TELEPATHY BLU-HOOS. 

Mental telepathy blu-hoos. Words £ 
music: Gould Thomas Pritchett. 
© 21Jun50; EU209814. Gould Thomas 
Pritchett (A) ; 9Jan78; RE 31. 



MERCER LAW REVIEW. 

Mercer law review. Vol. 1, no. 2, 
spring 1950. 9 7Apr50; B423943. 
Walter F. George School of Law (PCW) ; 
3Apr78; BE 1-763. 



MERCER LAW REVIEW. 

Mercer law review. Vol. 2, no. 1, 
fall 1950. 9 12Dec50; B423944. Walter 
F. George School of Law (PCW); 3Apr78; 
BE 1-764. 



MERCY BLOES. 

Mercy blues. w £ m Arthur Crudup. 
© 2Feb50; ED192570. Jonas A. Crudup, 
James A. Crudup, Arthurine K. Crudup £ 
Preshell Crudup (C) ; 25May78; RE 3-163. 



MEBCY, HEBCY. 

Mercy, mercy. Words 6 music: William 
Wright. © 20Dec50; EU224227. William 
Wright (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-978. 



MEBRY ABE WE. 

Merry are we; piano solo. Music by 

Lora Dickinson. © 27Dec50; EP54405. 

Lora Dickinson (A); 31Mar78; BE 1-333. 



MERBY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to 
you. w £ m Albert Edward Brumley. 
© 1Dec50; EP51408. Mrs. Albert E. 
Brumley (W) ; 6Har78; RE 1-295. 



MEBRY CHRISTMAS RHOMBA. 

Merry Christmas rhumba. Words: Bob 
Billiard, music: Buddy Dufault. 
9 23Jun50; EU208268. Jacqueline 
Hilliard (W) ; 13Jun78; RE 3-691. 



1978 



CURRENT BEGISTBATIONS 



67 



THE MERRY HEN OF GOTHAM. 

The Merry men of Gotham. By M. A. 
Jagendorf. 15Dec50; A50431. H. A. 
Jagendorf (A); 6Mar78; RE 1-212. 



MID CENTORY: HALF HAY TO HHERE? 

Hid century: half way to where? (The 
March of tine) 17Mar50; MP97. Time, 
Inc. (PHH) ; 30Jan78; BE 324. 



HISSA OOHINICALIS. 

Missa dominicalis. For SAB voices 6 
organ. Music by Joseph J. HcGrath. 
20Dec50; EP51888. George HcGrath 
(C) ; 10Mar78; BE 920. 



THE MERRYMAKERS. 

The Merrymakers; march paraphrase on 
The Jolly coppersmith. Full band. By 
Paul Lavalle. C 25Sep50; EP49424. 
Paul Lavalle d.b.a. Zavallo Publishing 
Company (A); 1May78; RE 2-649. 



MESSENGERS OF PEACE. 

Messengers of peace. By Hovsep 
Pushnan. 3Apr50; G016075. Arsene 
Pushman S Armand Pushman (C) ; 8Jun78; 
RE 2-981. 



MIDDLE HIGH GEBMAN TRANSLATION OF 

Middle High German translation of the 
Summa theologica by Thomas Aquinas. By 
Bayard Q. Morgan £ Friedrich H. 
Strothmann. NM: translation. 
6 12Hay50; A44005. Elizabeth Anneties 
Morgan (C) 6 Friedrich W. Strothmann 
(A) ; 1May78; RE 3-274. 



MIGHTY MOOSE COMICS. See 

Paul Terry's Mighty Mouse comics. 
(BE 577.) 



MISSA IN HONOREM SANCTAE LUTGABDIS. 

Hissa in honorem Sanctae Lutgardis. 
For 2 equal voices S organ. Music by 
Flor Peeters. S 20Dec50; EP51886. 
Flor Peeters (A); 10Mar78; BE 938. 



MISSOURI LAM REVIEH. 

Missouri law review. Vol. 15, no. 1, 
Jan. 1950. 9 1Mar50; B235233. The 
Curators of the University of Missouri 
(PCH) ; 24Feb78; RE 741. 



METHODES ET PBOBLEMES DE LA THEORIE ... 

Methodes et probl ernes de la theorie 
des fonctions. By Emile Borel. NM: 
nouveau tirage revu par l'auteur. 
9 50ct50; AFO-3025. Madame Lange, nee 
Odil Appell (E) ; 22Hay78; BE 2-842. 



MIGHTY MOOSE IN SONNY ITALY. 

Mighty Mouse in sunny Italy. By 
Terrytoons, Inc. 9 30Dec50; LP686. 
Viacom International, Inc. (PHH) ; 
21Feb78; BE 579. 



MISSOOBI LAN BEVIEN. 

Missouri law review. Vol. 15, no. 2, 
Apr. 1950. 9 20May50; B247104. The 
Curators of the Oniversity of Missouri 
(PCM) ; 24Feb78; RE 742. 



MEO PHIMEIRO AMOR. 

Meu primeiro amor. Bords £ music: J. 
Piedade, Sebastiao Bibeiro £ Oldemar 
Magalhaes a. k. a. Osvaldo Silva. 
9 20Nov50; EFO-22744. Oldemar 
Magalhaes a.k.a. Osvaldo Silva (A); 
3Har78; RE 907. 



A MEXICAN SERENADE. 

A Mexican serenade. SATB. Musical 
arr. Paul Narvik, pseud, of Morten J. 
Luvaas. From a Mexican folksong. NM: 
arr. 9Jan50; EP43775. Agnes Luvaas 
(H) ; 7Apr78; RE 2-166. 



MI CANCION. See 

Now that you know. 



(BE 1-750.) 



MI CORAZON ES PABA. 

Mi corazon es para. Words £ music: 
Orlando DeLaRosa. 9 28Dec50; EFO-7287. 
Peer International Corporation (PWH) ; 
16Mar78; BE 1-803. 



MICHAEL MILLEB. 

Michael Miller; a story of yesterday, 
today and tomorrow, a play in two acts. 
By Robert Masters 6 Lillian Masters. 
9 25May50; DP99. Lillian Masters (A); 
7Mar78; BE 1-125. 



MICHAEL'S CYCLE. 

Michael's cycle. Music: Johnny 
Sparrow. 9 26Apr50; E0201881. Johnny 
Sparrow (A); 10Apr78; BE 3-284. 



MICKEY ET MINNIE. 

Mickey et Minnie. De Malt Disney, 
translation: Paul Hagner. NM: 
translation. 9 260ct50; AFO-3433. 
Maurice Fleurent (E of Paul Hagner) ; 
22May78; RE 2-858. 



MILTON. 

Milton. By Maynard Hack, Leonard Dean 
E William Frost. (English masterpieces, 
v. 4) 9 27Jun50; A45288. Maynard 
Hack, Leonard Dean £ William Frost (A) ; 
7Jun78; RE 3-759. 



THE HIND'S ADVENT0BE. 

The Hind's adventure. By Howard 
Lowry. 9 10Apr50; A42758. The 
Westminster Press (PHH); 27Feb78; 
RE 820. 



THE HINISTER'S MAN0AL. 

The Hinister's manual; 26th annual 
issue of this minister's working tool. 
By Gerard Benjamin Fleet Hallock £ Harlo 
Karl Wordsworth Heicher. Formerly 
Doran's Hinister's manual. 9 40ct50; 
A48326. Hinchester H. Heicher, Adelia 
Cobb Hallock £ Hirianna C. Hallock (C) ; 
2Jun78; RE 3-044. 



MINSTREL MEMORIES. 

Minstrel memories; a gay 90*s 
minstrel. By Tom Taggart. 9 16Aug50; 
DP232. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH) ; 
7Mar78; RE 1-127. 



MIN0CI0S FELIX: OCTAVI0S. See 
Tertullian: Apologetical works. 
(RE 3-391.) 



MIRACLE IN BBITTANY. 

Hiracle in Brittany. By Hildred 
Jordan (Hildred Jordan Bausher) 
9 170ct50; A49138. Mildred Jordan 
Bausher (A) ; 22Feb78; BE 726. 



THE MISER. 

The Miser. Adapted from floliere by 
Miles Halleson. 9 26Jun50; DP253. 
Tania Halleson (H) ; 7Har78; BE 1-130. 



MISSOOBI LAB BEVIEH. 

Missouri law review. Vol. 15, no. 3, 
June 1950. 9 28Jul50; B268611. The 
Curators of the Oniversity of Hissouri 
(PCH) ; 24Feb78; BE 743. 



MISSOURI LAW BEVIEH. 

Hissouri law review. Vol. 15, no. 4, 
Nov. 1950. 9 20Dec50; B279461. The 
Curators of the Oniversity of Hissouri 
(PCM) ; 24Feb78; BE 744. 



HIST ON THE HOON. 

Hist on the Moon. Authors £ 
composers: Johnny Harks £ Carmen 
Lombardo. 9 2Jan50; EP43227. Saint 
Nicholas Husic, Inc. (PHH); 29Jun78; 
BE 4-259. 



HISTEB BIG. 

Hister Big. Words £ music: Boudleaux 
Bryant £ Hugh Cherry. 6 30Dec50; 
EP51625. Boudleaux Bryant £ Hugh Cherry 
(A) ; 20Har78; BE 1-011. 



MISTEB SNITZEL'S COOKIES. 

Mister Snitzel's cookies. Author £ 
illustrator: Jane Flory. 9 21Aug50; 
A47291. Jane Flory (A); 30Hay78; 
BE 2-796. 



HISTBESSES OF THE HHITE HO0SE. 

Histresses of the Hhite House; 
narrator's tale of a pageant of First 
Ladies. By Irene Hazard Gerlinger. 
9 4Apr50; A48264. Irene Hazard 
Gerlinger (A); 19Apr78; RE 3-220. 



HISTB0STIN' BL0ES. 

Mistrustin' blues. Hords E music: 
Johnny Otis. 9 17Har50; E0197470. 
Johnny Otis (A); 10Apr78; BE 1-960. 



(HICKEY PRESENTE) CENDBILLON. 

(Mickey presente) Cendrillon. De Halt 
Disney, adaptation and translation by 
Paul Wagner. 9 2Nov50; AF0-3739. 
Haurice Fleurent (E of Paul Hagner) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-544. 



HISERY. 

Misery. Hords £ music: Johnny Otis £ 
Mario DeLagarde. 9 17Har50; E0197471. 
Johnny Otis E Mario DeLagarde (A) ; 
10Apr78; RE 1-959. 



MIT HEINEM KLEINEN PIANINO. 

Mit meinem kleinen Pianino. Husic: 
Peter Kornfeld, pseud, of Norbert 
Schultze, words: Janheinz Jahn. 
9 3Dec50; EFO-7936. Norbert Schultze 
(A) ; 30flay78; RE 3-404. 



HICROHEGAS. See 

Voltaire's Hicromegas. 



(RE 225.) 



MICROHAVE ELECTRONICS. 

Hicrowave electronics. By John Clarke 
Slater. 9 16Har50; A42185. Hrs. John 
C. Slater (B) ; 20Jan78; RE 158. 



HISS SMITH'S H0SBAND. 

Hiss Smith's husband. By Peggy 
O'Hore, pseud, of Jeanne Bowman. 
9 5Sep50; A47032. Peggy O'Hore (A); 
17Apr78; RE 2-274. 



MITCHELL-NELSON TEXTBOOK OF PEDIATRICS. 

Mitchell-Nelson textbook of 
pediatrics. By Haldo E. Nelson. 5th 
ed. NM: additions £ alterations. 
9 8Feb50; A40793. Haldo E. Nelson (A); 
1Har78; BE 894. 



6.8 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



MITTE DES LEBENS. 

Mitte des Lebens. By Luise Binsec. 
15Nov50; AP133S2. Luise Rinser (A); 
6Jul78; RE 3-814. 



MOBILIZING EDUCATION FOR NATIONAL 
SECURITY. See 
Word from Washington. (RE 3-576.) 



MOBY DICK. 

Moby Dick. By Herman Melville, 
simplified for use by slow-reading 
students by Glenn Holder. NM: 
adaptation. 12May50; A44U06. Globe 
Book Company, Inc. (PWH) ; 15May78; 
RE 2-9 U 7. 



EP51737. Jay Arnold (A); 21Feb78; 
HE 599. 



MODERN POETRY. 

Modern poetry. By Maynard Mack, 
Leonard Dean 6 William Frost. (English 
masterpieces, v. 7) 6 27Jun50; A45291. 
Maynard Mack, Leonard Dean C williaa 
Frost (A) ; 7Jun78; BE 3-761. 



THE MODERN STORY BOOK. 

The Modern story book. General 
revision: Rand McNally E Company, ill. : 
Paul Pinson. NM: ill. 6 general 
revision. 6 14Oct50; A49865- Band 
McNally S Company (PHH) ; 27Har78; 
BE 1-943. 



THE MOONLIGHT VALSE. 

The Moonlight valse; piano solo. m 

Sigmund Bomberg. 29Dec50; EP51844. 

Philip King (E) ; 29Mar78; BE 1-809. 



MOORE'S SONG TO MUSIC. 

Moore's Song to music. Part-song for 
S A T B unaccompanied. Music: Eric 
Thiman. 15Jul50; EFO-4380. Madeline 
Thiman (W); 3Jul78; RE 3-768. 



MOOSE COUNTRY. 

Moose country; a boy naturalist in an 
ancient forest. By Sam Campbell, 
illustrator: Bob Meyers. © 31Mar50; 
A42336. Virginia Campbell Kerry (W) ; 
10Apr78; RE 2-196. 



MODEL RAILROADER. 

Model railroader. Vol. 17, no. 7, 
July 1950. © 2OJun50; B257054. 
Kalmbach Publishing Company (PCW) ; 
27Feb78; RE 748. 



MODEL RAILROADER. 

Model railroader. Vol. 17, no. 6, 
June 1950. © 19May50; B257055. 
Kalmbach Publishing Company (PCW) ; 
27Feb78; RE 749. 



MODEL RAILROADER. 

Model railroader. Vol. 17, no. 8, 
Aug. 1950. © 21JU150; B259593. 
Kalmbach Publishing Company (PCW) ; 
27Feb78; RE 750. 



MODEL RAILROADER. 

Model railroader. Vol. 17, no. 9, 
Sept. 1950. © 21Aug50; B265402- 
Kalmbach Publishing Company (PCW); 
27Feb78; RE 751. 



MODEL RAILROADER. 

Model railroader. Vol. 17, no. 10, 
Oct. 1950. © 25Sep50; B269362. 
Kalmbach Publishing Company (PCW) ; 
27Feb78; RE 752. 



MODEL RAILROADER. 

Model railroader. Vol. 17, no. 11, 
Nov. 1950. © 240ct50; B271807. 
Kalmbach Publishing Company (PCW) ; 
27Feb78; RE 753. 



MODEL BAILBOADER. 

Model railroader. Vol. 17, no. 12, 
Dec. 1950. © 24NOV50; B277427. 
Kalmbach Publishing Company (PCW); 
27Feb78; RE 754. 



MODELED IN CLAY. 

Modeled in clay; a short story. By 
Arthur Porges. (In Man to man, 
Aug. -Sept. 1950) 9 31May50; B247949. 
Arthur Porges (A) ; 8May78; RE 2-665. 



HODERN CHEMISTRY. 

Modern chemistry. By Charles E. Dull, 
rev. ed.: William 0. Brooks 6 H. Clark 
Metcalfe. Rev. ed. Prev. pub. 19 42. 
NM: rev. ed. with new ill. © 1Feb50; 
A41154. Holt, Binehart and Winston 
(PWH) ; 31Mar78; RE 1-880. 



MODERN CHESS STRATEGY. 

Modern chess strategy. By Edward 
Lasker. Rev. ed. © 15Aug50; A46984. 
Edward Lasker (A); 17Mar78; RE 1-790. 



MODERN FINGERING SYSTEM. 

Modern fingering system; including the 
register above high F. For saxophone. 
Music S text: Jay Arnold. © 29Dec50; 



MOMMA AND POPPA PITZ. 

Momma and Poppa Pitz; a lively and 
diverting farce comedy in three acts. 
By Russell Drake, pseud, of Wilbur 
Braun. 16Aug50; DP240. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PWH) ; 7Mar78; BE 1-129. 



MONASTERY BELLS. 

Monastery bells. Words S music: Kay 
Twomey, Fred Wise & Joseph Meyer. 
© 21NOV50; EP50673. Kay Twomey (A); 
10Apr78; RE 2-462. 



MONASTIC PEACE. 

Monastic peace. For organ. Music by 
Flor Peeters. © 30Dec50; EP52541. 
Flor Peeters (A); 10Mar78; RE 929. 



MONDI CELESTI. 

Mondi celesti. Music: Gian Francesco 
Malipiero. © 4Mar50; EFO-2506. Gian 
Francesco Malipiero (A); 1May78; 
RE 2-594. 



M0NSIE0R RIPOIS ET LA NEMESIS. 

Monsieur Ripois et la nemesis. By 
Louis Hemon. © 30Dec50; AFO-4091. 
Lydia Hemon (C) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-570. 



MONSTER RALLY. 

Monster rally. By Charles Adams. 
© 22Sep50; A49056. Charles Adams (A) 
9Jun78; RE 3-797. 



MONTANA COWGIRL. 

Montana cowgirl. Piano. Words & 
music: Catherine Martha Larson Abuja. 
© 10Mar50; EU196808. Catherine Martha 
Larson Abuja (A); 27Feb78; RE 3-685. 



MONTANA, HEBE I BE. 

Montana, here I be. By Dan Cushman. 
© 18Jul50; A45777. Dan Cushman (A); 
13Mar78; RE 1-368. 



THE MONTANA WALTZ. 

The Montana waltz. w S a Sig Carlson 
(Sigrid Carlson) © 24Jul50; EU210372. 
Sigrid Carlson (A); 16Jun78; RE 3-183. 



THE MOON AND I. 

The Moon and I. w 6 m Frances Austin 
Catts. © 16May50; EU204109. Frances 
Austin Catts (A) ; 21Feb78; RE 3-587. 



THE MOON IS BLUE. 

The Moon is blue. By F. Hugh Herbert. 
© 22Jun50; DU24790. Mary Alice Herbert 
(R), Pamela Chais 6 Diana Harkes (C) ; 
21Feb78; BE 636. 



THE MORAL LIFE AND THE ETHICAL LIFE. 

The Moral life and the ethical life. 
By Eliseo Vivas. © 270ct50; A49594. 
Eliseo Vivas (A); 23Mar78; BE 1-731. 



MOBCEAUX. See 

Avezinha caida. (BE 1-840.) 
Corrida veloz. (BE 1-839.) 
Danca da cigana. (RE 1-842.) 
Danca do palhaco. (RE 1-837.) 
Embalando o menino doente. (BE 1-838.) 
Jogo infantil. (RE 1-841.) 



BORE THAN EVER BEFORE. 

More than ever before. By Peter Paul 
Sivo. © 8Feb50; EU193124. Peter Paul 
Sivo (A) ; 25Jan78; RE 293. 



MORE THAN I CARE TO REMEMBER. 

More than I care to remember. From 
Honey child. Words by Matt Terry, music 
by Ted Johnson, pseud, of Ada Kurtz. 
© 30Oct50; EU2 19944. Matt Terry (A); 
5Jan78; RE 114. 



MORNING AFTER BLUES. 

Morning after blues. Words 6 music: 
Sam Morrison 6 Harry Nides. © 29Dec50; 
EU2 24815. Sam Morrison 6 Harry Nides 
(A) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-022. 



LA MORT DU PETIT CHEVAL. 

La Mort du petit cheval. By Herve 
Bazin. © 15Nov50; AFO-3361. Herve 
Bazin (A) ; 22May78; BE 2-852. 



ONE MORT IRREGULIERE. 

Une Mort irreguliere. By Beatrix 
Beck. © 2Oct50; AFO-3019. Beatrix 
Beck (A); 22Bay78; RE 2-841. 



MORTUABY BEVERIE. 

Mortuary reverie. From Mystery 
Street. m Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, 
arr. Rudolph George Kopp. NM: arr. of 
Consolation by Mendelssohn. © 27Feb50; 
EU195204. Rudy Muessel (NK of Rudolph 
George Kopp) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-912. 



A MOST MELODIOUS DAY. 

A Most melodious day. w 6 m Frances 
Austin Catts. © 7Mar50; EU196224. 
Frances Austin Catts (A); 21Feb78; 
RE 3-583. 



MOTHER CALHOUN. 

Mother Calhoun. By Trendle £ Beattie. 
(The Lone Banger, 2683-1908) © 4Apr50; 
DU24079. Lone Ranger Television, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 16Jun78; RE 4-078. 



MOTHEB GOOSE. 

Mother Goose; a basic pantomime in 
three acts. By Trudy West. © 12Jul50; 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



69 



HOTHER GOOSE. (CON.) 

DP262. Trudy West (A); 8Hay78; 

RE 2-684. 



BOTHER-LOVE. 

Mother-love. Words 6 music arr. Ellen 
Jane Lorenz 6 Elsie Duncan Yale. (In 
The Choir herald, Apr. 1950) 6Mar50; 
B241553. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 2Mar78; RE 878. 



MOTHER, TELL ME MORE OF JESOS. 

Mother, tell me more of Jesus. Words 
and music: Guy Spurgeon Holliday. 
5 5Dec50; EP51662. Guy Spurgeon 
Holliday (A); 26Jan78; RE 304. 



A MOTHER'S DAI PRAYER. 

A Mother's Day prayer. Music arr. 6 
words: Roger C. Wilson & Mildred Lewis 
Kerr. (In The Choir leader, Apr. 1950) 
© 24Feb50; B241551. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH); 20Jan78; RE 104. 



THE MO0ND CITY BLOE BOYS FROM OLD ... 

The Mound City Blue Boys from old 
Saint Lou. Words S music by Terry Shand 
S Willard Robison. © 15Dec50; 
E0223918. Goline Robison (C) ; 10Mar78; 
RE 1-451. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT IN SOOTH CAROLINA. 

Municipal government in South 
Carolina; a study in public admi- 
nistration. By George Raymond Sherrill 
6 Robert Harold Stoudeoire. © 13Nov50; 
A52139. Lois Eagsdale Sherrill (W) 6 
Robert Harold Stoudemire (A); 7Apr78; 
HE 1-738. 



HORDER AT THE VICARAGE. 

Murder at the vicarage. By Barbara 
Toy 6 Moie Charles. From the story by 
Agatha Christie. © 30Dec50; DF91. 
Barbara Toy (A 6 E) ; 30May78; RE 3-592. 



HORDER BEGINS AT HOME. 

Murder begins at home. By Delano 
Ames. Pub. abroad 7Jun49, AI-2334. 
© 9Feb50; A40910. Delano Ames (A); 
17Apr78; RE 2-349. 



HORDER IN A HORRY. 

Murder in a hurry. By Frances 6 
Richard Lockridge. © 20Mar50; A42074. 
Richard Lockridge (A); 7Mar78; RE 1-173. 



MORDER TWICE TOLD. 

Murder twice told. By Donald 
Hamilton. NH: sentences & paragraphs 
added throughout. © 27Mar50; A42287. 
Pat Hamilton (C) ; 14Apr78; RE 2-345. 



C 29Dec50; EP52464. Celius Dougherty 
(A) ; 12May78; RE 3-264. 



MOSIC IN THE HILLS. 

Music in the hills. By Dorothy Emily 
Peploe (Dorothy Emily Stevenson) 
© 4Sep50, AIO-695; 140ct50, A49051. J. 
R. S. Peploe, Rosemary Fleming Freeland 
D J. H. Peploe (C) ; 21Mar78; RE 1-158. 



THE MOSIC INDEX. 

The Music index; 1949 annual 
cumulation. Vol. 1, no. 12, Dec. 1949. 
By Florence Kretzschmar. © 19May50; 
B250160. Information Coordinators, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 1May78; RE 3-047. 



MOSIC REPORT. 

Music report; card. Original 
designer: Eleanor Morse Hall. 
© 11Sep50; AA161593. Eleanor Morse 
Hall (A); 23Jun78; RE 3-865. 



HOSICA TRADICIONAL DE MEXICO. 

Musica tradicional de Mexico. By Luis 
Martinez Serrano. MM: compilation. 
© 20Dec50; EF21415. Luciana 
Desfassiaux DeMartinez (W) , Lupe 
Martinez Desfassiaux 6 Carlos Martinez 
Desfassiaux (C) ; 22Mar78; RE 1-727. 




THE HOONT OF OLIVES. See 
Suite. (BE 2-402.) 



MOUNTAIN AIR. 

Mountain air; a light comedy in three 
acts. By Ronald Wilkinson. © 2Jan50; 
D23364. Ronald Wilkinson (A) ; 3Jan78; 
RE 82. 



THE HOONTAIN SONG. See 

Op in the mountains. (RE 2-049.) 



MOURNING BL0ES. 

Mourning blues. w 6 m Mickey Cooper. 
S 160ct50; E0218282. Mickey Cooper 
(A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-972. 



MOVEMENTS FOR ECONOMIC REFORM. 

Movements for economic reform. By 
Philip Taft. © 20Mar50; A42073. 
Philip Taft (A); 14Apr78; RE 2-343. 



MOVIES. 

Movies; a psychological study. By 
Marth a Wo lfenstein 5 Nathan Leites. 



©17ApiQ8); A44422. Nathan Leites (A) £ 
Eugene victor Wolfenstein (E) ; 9Jun78; 
RE 3-748. 



MOVIETONE NEWS. 

Movietone news. Vol. 34, no. 1. 
© 29Dec50; MP862. Hovietonews, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 6Apr78; RE 2-208. 



MORDEB'S WEB. 

Murder's web. By Dorothy J. Dunn. 
© 12Apr50; A42951. Dorothy J. Dunn 
(A) ; 15Jun78; BE 4-063. 



MOSIC AT MIDNIGHT. 

Music at midnight. Words by Harold 
Purcell, music by Hans May. © 2Nov50; 
EFO-6524. I. H. L. Purcell (W) 6 Peter 
Ash (E of Hans May); 13Mar78; RE 1-282. 



MOSIC BY THE ANGELS. 

Music by the angels. By Arthur Altman 
6 Marty Symes. © 10Nov50; EP50533. 
Arthur Altman (A) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-182. 



MOSIC BY THE ANGELS. 

Music by the angels. Orig. words G 
music: Arthur Altman S Marty Symes, arr. 
for soprano I, soprano II 6 alto voices: 
Kenneth Walton. © on arr.; 30Dec50; 
EP51967. MCA Music, a division of M C 
A, Inc. (PWH of Kenneth Walton); 
10Mar78; RE 1-445. 



MOSIC BY THE ANGELS. 

Music by the angels. Words & music: 
Arthur Altman 6 Marty Symes, arr. for 
soprano, alto, tenor 6 bass voices: 
Kenneth Walton. © on arr. ; 30Dec50; 
EP51968. MCA Music, a division of B C 
A, Inc. (PWH of Kenneth Walton) ; 
10Har78; RE 1-446. 



THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE OF COMPOSER, 

The Musical experience of composer, 
performer, listener. By Roger Sessions. 
© 20Nov50; A50348. Roger Sessions (A) ; 
20Jan78; BE 227. 



H0SICAL F0NCTIONS. 

Musical functions. By James Weldon 
Lane. © 4Apr50; E0199431. James 
Weldon Lane (A); 6Feb78; RE 356. 



THE M0SICAL QUARTERLY. 

The Musical quarterly. Vol. 36, no. 
1, Jan. 1950. © 10Jan50; B233534. G. 
Schirmer, Inc. (PCW); 12May78; RE 3-107. 



M0SIK F0ER URS0LA. 

Busik fuer Orsula; 7 kleine Stuecke 
fuer Klavier. Busic: Hans Poser. 
© UulSO; EFO-4965. Waltraut Poser 
(W) ; 25May78; BE 2-923. 



MY ALBOM OF MELODY. 

My album of melody. Piano. Words S 
music: Catherine Hartha Larson Abuja. 
© 6Mar50; E0196025. Catherine Martha 
Larson Abuja (A); 27Feb78; BE 3-686. 



MY BABY LEFT ME IN THIS TOWN. 

By baby left me in this town. w 6 m 
Bill Everhart 6 Ethel Ennis. © 4Dec50; 
EU222826. Bill Everhart 6 Ethel Ennis 
(A) ; 10Apr78; BE 1-975. 



MOZABT A LA MODE. 

Mozart a la mode. For piano, m Alec 
Tempi eton. © 29Nov50; EP50887. Julie 
Templeton (W) ; 13Bar78; BE 1-302. 



BBS. BOBIN'S STOBY. 

Mrs. Bobin's story. w & m Elmer James 
Hughes. © 27Apr50; E0202002. Elmer 
Hughes (A) ; 5May78; RE 2-743. 



A M0G WITH THE FACES OF MO0NT 

A Mug with the faces of Bount Rushmore 
sculptured on the outer surface. By J. 
Opal Dunwiddie. © 16NOV50; G017288. 
J. Opal Dunwiddie (A) ; 6Mar78; BE 987. 



B0SIC BY THE ANGELS. 

Music by the angels. Words & music: 
Arthur Altman & Marty Symes, arr. for 
tenor I, tenor II, baritone 6 bass 
voices: Kenneth Walton. © on arr.; 
30Dec50; EP51969. MCA Music, a 
division of H C A, Inc. (PWH of Kenneth 
Walton) ; 10Bar78; RE 1-447. 



B0SIC FOR HADAHE. 

Busic for Badame. w Kim Gannon, m 
Babel Wayne. © Uan50; EP43496. Mabel 
Wayne (A) ; 7Mar78; BE 991. 



MOSIC FROM SEAS AND SHIPS. 

Music from seas and ships. For two 
pianos. Music: Celius Dougherty. 



BY BABY TOLD BE THAT SHE LOVES BE. 

By baby told me that she loves me. 
For voice 6 piano, melody also in tonic 
sol-fa notations. w 6 m Desmond 
O'Connor 6 Ray Hartley. © 10Aug50; 
EFO-11291. Ray Hartley (A); 24Apr78; 
RE 2-530. 



BY BEST GAL. 

By best gal. Words 6 music: Johnny 
Sparrow 6 Albert B. Green. 8 3JU150; 
E0208781. Johnny Sparrow £ Albert B. 
Green (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 3-306. 



MY BOCKET'S GOT A HOLE IN IT. 

My bucket's got a hole in it. w 6 m 
Clarence Williams. © 14Feb50; EP44319. 



70 



RENEWALS 



NY BUCKET'S GOT A HOLE IN IT. (CON.) 
Spencer Patrick Williams (C) ; 10Apr78; 
HE 2-251. 



HY CANP BOOK. 1950. 

Sy camp book, 1950. By Board of 
Christian Education of the Presbyterian 
Church in the U. S. A., employer for 
hire. 21Apr50; AA150736. The 
Westminster Press (PWH) ; 3Bar78; RE 892. 



HY CHICK. 

Hy chick. By Lys Cassal. O 1Har50; 
AA145179. Lys Cassal (A); 3Feb78; 

RE 424. 



NY CONSCIENCE. 

Ny conscience. Words 6 music: Cotton 
Galyon. 6 24Nov50; EU222371. Peer 
International Corporation (PWH) ; 
20Nar78; RE 1-713. 



HY CONSOLATION. 

Hy consolation. Words £ music: 
Brownie NcGhee. © 24Nay50; E0206672. 
Brownie McGhee (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-965. 



HY LORD DONE WHAT HE SAID. 

Hy Lord done what He said. Words and 
music: Purcell L. Perkins. C 28Dec50; 
E0226419. Purcell L. Perkins (A); 
26Jan78; BE 373. 



MY LOST HELODY. 

My lo6t melody. By Baymond Asso 6 
Marguerite Nonnot, English lyric: Harold 
Rome. NH: English lyric. 20Mar50; 
EP45179. Harold Rome (A) ; 16Jun78; 
RE 4-091. 



HY LOCKY DAY. 

My lucky day. w £ m Viola Wells. 
ft 16Oct50; E0218278. Viola Wells (A) 
10Apr78; BE 1-970. 



NY HOTHEB TOLD ME. 

Ny mother told me. w Don George, m 
Nat "King" Cole. © 29Dec50; E0225099. 
Hon George (A); 3Jan78; RE 11. 



NY PBESENT. 

By present. By Lys Cassal. 
© 20Sep50; AA162280. Lys Cassal (A); 
3Feb78; RE 423. 



22Sep50; EP49158. Nicolas Slonimsky 
(A) ; 22Nay78; RE 3-269. 



HY TRUEST TREASURE. 

My truest treasure. S. A.T. B. m 
Arthur Oldham. NH: music. © 28Dec50; 
EPO-5756. Arthur Oldham (A) ; 24Feb78; 
RE 516. 



MY VOICE SHALT THOO HEAR. 

Ny voice shalt thou hear. Nusic £ 
musical adaptation: Louise G. Ogle 6 
Ellen Jane Lorenz. (In The Choir 
leader, Apr. 1950) © 24Feb50; B241551. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
22Feb78; RE 668. 



HY WAY. See 

Your way is my way. 



(BE 685.) 



MY WIFE'S FAMILY. 

My wife's family; a farcical comedy in 
three acts. By Fred Duprez. From the 
story by Hal Stephens £ Harry B. Linton. 
© 30Dec50; DF55. Hatton Duprez (PPW) ; 
3Jul78; BE 4-04 9. 



HY CROSS-WORD POZZLE-BOOK. 

My cross-word puzzle-book. By Clara 
Meara Guibor. © 14Jun50; AA153486. 
Clara Meara Guibor d. b. a. Primary 
Educational Service (A) ; 2Jun78; 
RE 3-424. 



BY CROSS-WORD POZZLE-BOOK. 

Hy cross-word puzzle-book. By Clara 
Neara Guibor. © 20Dec50; AA170637. 
Clara Meara Guibor d. b. a. Primary 
Educational Service (A); 2Jun78; 
RE 3-430. 



MY DEAR LITTLE GIRL OF THETA CHI. 

My dear little girl of Theta Chi. w 
Bennie Benjamin S George Weiss, m Sammy 
Kaye. © 26Dec50; E0226494. Bennie 
Benjamin 6 George Weiss (A); 16Jan78; 
BE 53. 



MY DESTINY. 

My destiny, w Dorothy M. Cooper, m J. 
Charles McNeil. © 20Feb50; E0194463- 
Dorothy N. Cooper (A) ; 7Mar78; BE 990. 



MY HEABT TELLS ME. 

My heart tells me. Words 6 music: J. 
Otis 5 M. Lightsy. © 22May50; 
E0204605. J. Otis E H. Lightsy (A); 
10Apr78; RE 1-964. 



MY JES0S, AS THOO WILT! 

Hy Jesus, as Thou wilt! Music: Boxie 
Gruver HcConnaughey. (In The Choir 
leader, July 1950) ' NM: music. 
9 26May50; B249250. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH); 24May78; RE 3-245. 



HY LAND. 

My land, w Gerald Mason, m Harry 
Gordon. © 17Mar50; EFO-3168. Gerald 
Mason 6 Harry Gordon (A) ; 6Feb78; 
BE 43 2. 



NY LAST WALTZ. 

Ny last waltz. Words £ music: Pee Wee 
King (Frank King) © 29Dec50; E0224812. 
Frank King (A) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-020. 



NY LITTLE NEW ELECTBIC TRAIN. 

Ny little new electric train, w 6 
Frances Austin Catts. © 8Hay50; 
E0202994. Frances Austin Catts (A) ; 
21Feb78; BE 3-585. 



MY BABBIT. 

My rabbit. By Lys Cassal. 8 1Mar50; 
AA145178. Lys Cassal (A); 3Feb78; 
BE 425. 



MY BED, BED BOSE IS NOW P0BE WHITE. 

My red, red rose is now pure white. 
Words £ music: Marion Bichard Hall. 
© 22Dec50; E0226528. Marion Bichard 
Hall (A); 4May78; BE 2-742. 



MY SAN FEBNANBO BOSE. 

My San Fernando Rose. Words 6 music 
by Ken Carson £ Henry Russell. 
© 10Feb50; EP44292. Ken Carson (A); 
27Apr78; HE 2-410. 



MY SAVIOB WALKS BESIDE ME. 

My Savior walks beside me. Music: 
Stewart Landon, pseud, of Boger C. 
Wilson. (In The Volunteer choir, July 
1950) NN: music. © 31May50; B249249. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
24May78; RE 3-235. 



NY SCBAPBOOK OF LOVE. 

My scrapbook of love. Words and 
music: Buth Cecelia Wood Hollestelle, 
arr. Samuel Ogilbie Fraser, Jr. 
© 30Oct50; E0219801. Buth C. 
Hollestelle (A); 13Nar78; BE 1-258. 



MY SECRETS. 

My secrets. Words and music: Herbert 
Lindbom £ Carl Lind. © 28Dec50; 
EP52245. Herbert Lindbom £ Carl Lind 
(A) ; 6Har78; BE 795. 



MY SOOL WAITS ON GOD. 

Ny soul waits on God. Words £ music: 
Ellen Jane Lorenz £ Ina Duley Ogdon. 
(In The Choir herald. Hay 1950) 
© 29Har50; B241554. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH); 27Mar78; RE 1-927. 



MY STOCKING. 

My stocking. By Lys Cassal. 
© 20Sep50; AA1 62281. Lys Cassal (A); 
3Feb78; RE 422. 



MY TOY BALLOON. 

My toy balloon; variations of a 
Brazilian tune. m Nicolas Slonimsky. 



THE MYNAH BIRDS. See 

Guadal Canal. (BE 3-262.) 



THE MYSTEBY OF THE LOCKED BOOH. 

The Mystery of the locked room. By 
LeBoma Bose. © 6Sep50; DP340. J. 
Vincent Heuer (PWH) ; 17Mar78; BE 1-338. 



MYSTEBY STREET. See 

Mortuary reverie. (BE 3-912.) 



MITHOI TOO AISOPO0. 

Nythoi tou Aisopou. By Helen 
Constantopoulos. Add. ti. : Aesop's 
fables. © 10Oct50; A50562. D. C. 
Divry, Inc. (PWH) ; 19Jun78; BE 3-811. 



N. E. 0NITED STATES. 

N. E. Onited States. (Cosmo series) 
© 16Jun50; F8453. Band McNally £ 
Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-946. 



N. W. ONITED STATES. 

N. W. Onited States. (Cosmo series) 
© 16Jun50; F8460. Band McNally £ 
Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-953. 



NA BEIBA DO CAIS. 

Na beira do cais. Words £ music: Ary 
Barroso. © 19Dec50; EF24124. Ivonne 

Arantes Barroso (W) ; 13Har78; BE 1-491. 



•NA CASARELLA. 

'Na casarella. Words: Paolo 
Gennarelli, music: Antonio Olivares. 
© 28Dec50; EFO-8628. Edizioni Southern 
Music (PWH) ; 20Mar78; BE 1-723. 



NA GLORIA. 

Na gloria. Music: Ary DosSantos £ 
Raul DeBarros. © 30ct50; EF22768. 
Raul DeBarros (A); 25May78; BE 4-149. 



NAAMAN'S BETOBN. See 

Be ye kind one to another. (RE 3-072.) 



NANCY'S WOBLD. See 

Teacher's manual for Nancy's world. 
(RE 2-627.) 



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NAOMI AND ROTH. 

Naoni and Ruth; a small cantata foe 
solo soprano and chorus of women's 
voices (S.S.A. ) From The Book of Ruth, 
chap. 1., music and arc. Mario 
Castelnuovo-Tedesco. 29Dec50; 
EP53590. Clara Castelnuovo-Tedesco (B) ; 
6Har78; RE 798. 



JAPLES. See 

Napoli. (RE 1-844.) 



NAPOLEON EN CAMPAGNE. 

Napoleon en campagne. Tome 1: 
D'Arcole a Aboukir. By Marcel Dupont, 
pseud, of Marcel Bechu. © 9Nov50; 
AFO-3 779. Madame Bechu, nee Christiane 
Morise (S) 6 Madame Cartier, nee 
Claudine Bechu (C) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-541. 



NAPOLI. 

Napoli; balabile. Music by Simon 
Holger Paulli, arr. Leif Haraldsted. 
Add. ti.: Naples. (In Ballet music, 2) 
NM: arr. © 15Dec50; EFO-7537. Leif 
Haraldsted (A); 13Mar78; RE 1-844. 



THE NATION, DEC. 16, 1950. See 
History's lesson. (RE 3-048.) 



NATIONAL BOSINESS £ FINANCIAL BEEKLY. 


See 








Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 159.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 171.) 






Barron's 


National business 


e 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 177.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 183.) 






Barron' s 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 531.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 538.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 544.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 551.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 1-395.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 1-400.) 






Barron' s 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 1-413.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 1-414.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 2-416.) 






Barron' s 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 2-423.) 






Barron' s 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 2-428.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 2-434.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 2-442.) 






Barron' s 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 3-195.) 






Barron' s 


National business 


& 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 3-210.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 3-216.) 






Barron' s 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 3-218.) 






Barron' s 


National business 


G 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 4-022.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 4-025.)' 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 4-030.) 






Barron's 


National business 


£ 


financial 


weekly. 


(RE 4-036.) 







NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
97, no. 2, Feb. 1950. 10Jan50; 
B237009. National Geographic Society 
(PCS) ; 8Jun78; RE 3-553. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
97, no. 3, Bar. 1950. © 8Feb50; 
B237010. National Geographic Society 
(PCB); 8Jun78; RE 3-554. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
97, no. 4, Apr. 1950. © 14Mar50; 
B237011. National Geographic Society 
(PCB) ; 8Jun78; RE 3-555. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
97, no. 5, May 1950. © 12Apr50; 
B252575. National Geographic Society 
(PCD); 8Jun78; RE 3-556. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
97, no. 6, June 1950. © 19Hay50; 
B252576. National Geographic Society 
(PCB); 8Jun78; RE 3-557. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
97, no. 7 (on copy: no. 1) July 1950. 
© 16Jun50; B252577. National 
Geographic Society (PCW) ; 8Jun78; 
RE 3-558. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
98, no. 2, Aug. 1950. © 17Jul50; 
B259456. National Geographic Society 
(PCB); 8Jun78; RE 3-559. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
98, no. 3, Sept. 1950. © 15Aug50; 
B259457. National Geographic Society 
(PCB) ; 8Jun78; RE 3-560. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
98, no. 4, Oct. 1950. © 12Sep50; 
B277877. National Geographic Society 
(PCB); 8Jun78; RE 3-561. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
98, no. 5, Nov. 1950. © 13Oct50; 
B277878. National Geographic Society 
(PCB); 8Jun78; BE 3-562. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
98, no. 6, Dec. 1950. © 13Nov50; 
B277879. National Geographic Society 
(PCB); 8Jun78; BE 3-563. 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. 

National geographic magazine. Vol. 
99, no. 1, Jan. 1951. © 12Dec50; 
B288874. National Geographic Society 
(PCB); 8Jun78; BE 3-564. 



NATIONALISM AND LANG0AGE BEFOBH IN .. 
Nationalism and language reform in 
China. -By John DeFrancis. © 1Dec50; 
A50622. John DeFrancis (A); 30Jan78; 
RE 231. 



A NATION'S PLEDGE. 

1 Nation's pledge. Music arr. Ira B. 
Bilson. (In The Choir leader, June 
1950) NM: music arr. © 20Apr50; 
B246284. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PBH) ; 27Bar78; RE 1-890. 



NATIVE AMEBICAN FOLK SONGS. See 

Pat works on the railway. (RE 1-810.) 



NATIVE ORCHIDS OF NORTH AMERICA. 

Native orchids of North America. By 
Donovan Stewart Correll. © 30Jan51 (in 
notice: 1950) ; A60960. Donovan Stewart 
Correll (A) ; 4May78; BE 2-875. 



NAT0BAL LAB. See 

Rebound. (BE 3-406.) 



NAVAL CADETS MABCH. 

Naval cadets march. Music: Billy 
Bhitlock. © 28Dec50; EP68049. 
Southern Music Publishing Company, Ltd. 
(PBH) ; 10Apr78; BE 2-358. 



'NEATH THE BANNEB OF THE CBOSS. 

'Neath the banner of the cross. By 
Louis Berge, arranger: Lester Brockton, 
pseud, of Mayhem Lester Lake. NM: arr. 
for band. © 20Dec50; EP51893. A. P. 
Schmidt Company (PWH) ; 10Mar78; RE 923. 



NEEDLEBOBK. 

Needlework; a comedy in one act. By 
Florence Ryerson Clements. © 12May50; 
D024295. Hal Ryerson (C) ; 27Feb78; 
RE 1-123. 



NEGBITA, Q0ERES CAFE. 

Negrita, gueres cafe. Music: Rafael 
Rossi, words: Eugenio Cardenas. 
© 11Dec50; EFO-5962. Rafael Rossi (A) 
3Mar78; RE 908. 



NEGRITA, Q0ERES CAFE. 

Negrita, gueres cafe. Bords: Eugenio 
Cardenas, music: Rafael Rossi. 
© 11Dec50; EFO-5962. Editorial 
Argentina De Husica Internacional (PBH 
of Eugenio Cardenas) ; 22Sar78; RE 4-141. 



LE NEIGE ETAIT SALE. See 

The Snow was black. (RE 2-726.) 



NEIGHBORS ARO ON D THE BORLD. See 
Living with neighbors around the 
world. (RE 2-625.) 



NELSON HALL THEME. 

Nelson Hall theme. Music: Kenneth F. 
Nelson. © 11Sep50; E0216088. Kenneth 
F. Nelson (A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-307. 



NECROLOGY. See 

The Collected papers of Adolf Meyer. 
(RE 571.) 



NEVER A DOLL MOMENT. See 

(Never a dull moment) once you find 
your guy. (RE 1-746.) 



(NEVER A DOLL MOMENT) ONCE YO0 FIND .. 

(Never a dull moment) once you find 
your guy. From the film Never a dull 
moment. w 6 m Kay Swift. © 270ct50; 
EP50650. Kay Swift (A) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-746. 



NEVER SAY NEVER. 

Never say never. Bords £ music: Jerry 
David Parker. © 14Nov50; E0221168. 
Jerry David Parker (A); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-650. 



NEB AMERICAN MERC0RY, JAN. 1951. See 
Heartburn. (RE 318.) 



NEB CALIFORNIA DIGEST. 

New California digest. Vol. 3A, 
recompiled. NM: revisions £ additions. 



72 



RENEWALS 



NEW CALIFORNIA DIGEST. (CON.) 

10Nar50; A42806. Bancrof t-Whitney 

Company (PWH) ; 10Har78; HE 1-373. 



NEW CALIFORNIA DIGEST. 

New California digest. Vol. 3B, 
recompiled. NM: revisions 6 additions. 
9 10Nar50; A42807. Bancrof t- Whitney 
Company (PWH) ; 10Mar78; BE 1-374. 



EP52166. 
RE 772. 



Norman Kaye (A); 7Har78; 



NEW UKULELE HETHOD. 

New ukulele method; for beginners and 
advanced students. By Hay Singhi Breen, 
The Ukulele Lady (Hay Singhi Breen 
DeRose) NM: text, diagrs. , examples 6 
arrangements. 6 8Nov50; EP55230. Bita 
Breen Bunch (C) ; 27Har78; BE 1-751. 



THE NEB YOBKEB. 

The New Yorker. Vol. 26, no. 45, Dec. 
30, 1950. O 28Dec50; B279540. The New 
Yorker Hagazine, Inc. (PCW) ; 27Har78; 
RE 1-934. 



THE NEW YOBKEB. See 

Untitled drawing depicting Peacock £ 
dog. (BE 3-i»32.) 



NEW CHILDREN'S CLASSICS. See 

Charles and Nary Lamb's Tales from 

Shakespeare. (RE 3-055.) 
Charles Dickens' A Christmas carol. 

(RE 3-056.) 
George MacDonald's At the back of the 

north wind. (RE 3-057.) 
Joseph Jacobs' The Fables of Aesop. 

(RE 3-054.) 



NEW DRUGS. 

New drugs. (In Home medical book) 
B 1Hay50; A43632. Holt, Rinehart and 
Winston (PWH); 8Jun78; RE 3-740. 



NEW ENGLAND: INDIAN SOHHER. 

New England: Indian summer. By Van 
Wyck Brooks. American ed. (Everyman's 
library, no. 641A) NM: revisions. 
9 4Apr50; A42515. Gladys Brooks (W) ; 
16«ar78; RE 1-786. 



NEW ENGLAND STOBY. 

New England story. By Leon Martin 
Gilbsrt. © 20Feb50; D23320. Leon 
Martin Gilbert (&) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-209. 



NEW FACTS ON BUSINESS CYCLES. 

New facts on business cycles. By 
Arthur Frank Barns. Add. ti. : 30th 
annual report of the National Bureau of 
Economic Research, Inc. © 16May50; 
AA 150955. National Bureau of Economic 
Research, Inc. (PWH); 7Apr78; RE 2-184. 



NEW FUNNIES. See 

Walter Lantz new funnies. (RE 3-436.) 

Walter Lantz new funnies. (BE 3-437.) 

Walter Lantz new funnies. (BE 3-438.) 



THE NEW WINSTON DICTIONARY FOB YOUNG .. 
The New Winston dictionary for young 
people. By Winston dictionary staff, 
revisions 6 additions by Erma Learned. 
NM: revisions E additions. 14Apr50; 
AA152389. Holt, Binehart and Winston 
(PWH); 27Apr78; RE 2-628. 



NEW YORK CONSOLIDATED LAWS SERVICE. 

New York consolidated laws service. 
Vol. 1: abandoned property to civil 
rights. NM: editorial matter 6 indexes. 
© 14Har50; A41835. The Lawyers 
Co-operative Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
10Har78; BE 1-165. 



NEW YOBK CONSOLIDATED LAWS SEBVICE. 

New York consolidated laws service. 
Vol. 2: civil service to county. Appl. 
states copyright not claimed on text of 
statutes. 9 4May50; AA158532. The 
Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
(PWH); 11May78; RE 2-787. 



THE NEW YORK TIMES. See 

Contributions by Winston S. Churchill. 
(RE 3-482.) 

NEW YORK TIMES, DEC. 3, 1950. See 
History with a hold on. (BE 1-777.) 



THE NEW YOBK TIMES INDEX. 

The New York times index. Vol. 38, 
no. 5, Mar. 1-15, 1950. Editor: Joseph 
C. Gephart. © 5Apr50; AA149014. The 
New York Times Company (PWH); 4Hay78; 
RE 2-632. 



THE NEW YORKER, DEC. 23, 1950. See 
Why, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (RE 3-574.) 



THE NEW YORKER, DEC. 1950. See 

Christmas scene, Dublin. (BE 2-109.) 



THE NEW YORKER, FEB. 4, 1950. See 
It's a boy. (BE 964.) 



THE NEW YORKER, FEB. 18, 1950. See 
Time Square kid. (BE 3-261.) 



THE NEW YORKER, NOV. 11, 1950. See 
Death of the spirit. (RE 128.) 
why, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (BE 3-574.) 

THE NEW YOBKER, NOV. 18, 1950. See 
Counting the votes. (RE 2-526.) 



THE NEW YORKER, SEPT. 30, 1950. See 
Why, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (BE 3-574.) 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Newfoundland. (Cosmo series) 

6 8Aug50; F8492. Rand McNally £ 

Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-956. 



NEHHALL'S SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES AND 

FIDUCIARY LAW IN MASSACHUSETTS. See 
Supplement to the third edition of 
Newhall's Settlement of estates and 
fiduciary law in Massachusetts. 
(RE 1-164.) 



NEW GUINEA. See 

Guadal Canal. (RE 3-262.) 



THE NEW NORWEGIAN WALTZ. 

The New Norwegian waltz. Music by 
Karl Olson, pseud, of Carle Hodson. 
6 13Feb50; EFO-2019. Carle Hodson, 
pseud.: Karl Olson (A); 24Apr78; 
RE 2-268. 



NEW ORLEANS SHUFFLE. 

New Orleans shuffle. Music: Johnny 
Otis 5 Pete Lewis. © 26Apr50; 
E0201957. Johnny Otis £ Pete Lewis (A) 
10Apr78; RE 1-698. 



THE NEW SOCIETY. 

The New society. By Peter Ferdinand 
Drucker. NM: 4 articles. © 10May50; 
A43866. Peter Ferdinand Drucker (A) ; 
10JU178; RE 4-052. 



NEW SPORTING LIFE BLUES. 

New sporting life blues. Words 6 
music: Brownie McGhee. © 2Jun50; 
EU206670. Brownie McGhee (A) ; 10Apr78; 
BE 1-699. 



THE NEW TENNESSEE BABY. 

The New Tennessee baby. Words and 
music: Norman Kaye. © 29Dec50; 



THE NEW YOBK TIMES INDEX. 

The New York times index. Vol. 38, 
no. 7, Apr. 1-15, 1950. Editor: Joseph 
C. Gephart. © 5May50; AA150117. The 
New York Times Company (PWH); 4May78; 
RE 2-871. 



THE NEW YOBK TIHES INDEX. 

The New York times index. Vol. 38, 
no. 8, Apr. 16-30, 1950. Editor: Joseph 
C. Gephart. 8 19Hay50; AA151778. The 
New York Times Company (PWH); 4May78; 
BE 2-872. 



THE NEW YORK TIHES INDEX. 

The New York times index. Vol. 38, 
no. 9, May 1-15, 1950. Editor: Joseph 
C. Gephart. © 6Jun50; AA 153208. The 
New York Times Company (PWH); 2Jun78; 
RE 3-536. 



THE NEW YOBK TIMES, HAY 28, 1950. See 
The Conscience of a liberal. 
(BE 2-687.) 



THE NEW YORK TIHES, OCT. 22, 1950. See 
Beerbohm bailiwick. (RE 4-013.) 



THE NEW YORKER. 

The New Yorker. Vol. 26, no. 44, Dec. 
23, 1950. © 21Dec50; B278387. The New 
Yorker Hagazine, Inc. (PCW); 27Mar78; 
RE 1-933. 



NEWHAN'S EUROPEAN TRAVEL GUIDE. 

Newman's European travel guide. By 
Harold Newman. © 24Har50; A42358. 
Harold Newman (A) ; 14Apr78; RE 2-346. 



NEWS OF THE DAY. 

News of the day. Vol. 22, no. 229. 
By Hearst Metrotone News, Inc. 
© 13Dec50; HP1017. Hearst Hetrotone 
News, a division of The Hearst 
Corporation (PWH) ; 17Mar78; RE 1-553. 



NEWS OF THE DAY. 

News of the day. Vol. 22, no. 230. 
By Hearst Metrotone News, Inc. 
© 15Dec50; HP1018. Hearst Metrotone 
News, a division of The Hearst 
Corporation (PWH) ; 17Har78; RE 1-554. 



NEWS OF THE DAY. 

News of the day. Vol. 22, no. 231. 
By Hearst Hetrotone News, Inc. 
© 20Dec50; HP1019. Hearst Hetrotone 
News, a division of The Hearst 
Corporation (PWH) ; 17Mar78; BE 1-555. 



NEWS OF THE DAY. 

News of the day. Vol. 22, no. 232. 
By Hearst Hetrotone News, Inc. 
© 22Dec50; MP1020. Hearst Metrotone 
News, a division of The Hearst 
Corporation (PWH) ; 17Mar78; RE 1-556. 



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NESS OF THE DAY. 

News of the day. Vol. 22. no. 233. 
By Hearst Metrotone News, Inc. 
B 27Dec50; MP1021. Hearst Betrotone 
News, a division of The Hearst 
Corporation (PWH) ; 17Mar78; BE 1-557. 



NEWS OF THE DAY. 

News of the day. Vol. 22, no. 234. 
By Hearst (letrotone News, Inc. 
29Dec50; HP1022. Hearst [letrotone 
News, a division of The Hearst 
Corporation (PWH) ; 17Mar78; RE 1-558. 



NEWS OF THE DAT. 

News of the day. Vol. 22, no. 235. 
By Hearst lietrotone News, Inc. 
31Dec50; MP1082. Hearst Metrotone 
News, a division of The Hearst 
Corporation (PWH) ; 17Mar78; RE 1-559. 



NI BA8LAL. 

Ni hablal. Words & music: Damaso 
Perez Prado. 8 20Dec50; EF17217. 

Damaso Perez Prado (A) ; 24Feb78; HE 697. 



NIAGARA. 

Niagara. Words: Charles Neel Clayton, 
music: Romaine Parshall Clayton. 
S 18Apr50; E0200944. Charles Neel 
Clayton 6 Romaine Parshall Clayton (A) ; 
2Jun78; BE 3-414. 



NIAGARA FALLS POLKA. 

Niagara Falls polka. By Gene 
Wisniewslci. 6 17Aug50; E0214779. Dana 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 12May78; 
RE 2-978. 



NICHOLS-CAHILL ANNOTATED NEB TOBK 

Nichols-Cahill annotated New Tor* 
civil practice acts, 1950 cumulative 
pocket supplement. Vol. 1-16. 8 on 
additions 6 revisions; 7Jun50; 
AA153 458. The Lawyers Co-operative 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 4-081. 



NICKELODEON TIHE. 

Nickelodeon time. By H K Pathe, 
Inc. (Screenliner, no. 12) 8 14Jul50; 
MP527. Marian B. , Inc. (PWH); 30Mar78; 
RE 2-098. 



NICOLAS BERDTAEV: CAPTIVE OF FREEDOM. 

Nicolas Berdyaev: Captive of freedom. 
By Matthew Spinka. 8 21Apr50; A43690. 
The Westminster Press (PWH) ; 3Mar78; 
BE 89 1. 



NICOLAS BERDTAEV S DREAM AND REALITY. 

Nicolas Berdyaev' s Dream and reality. 
Translated by Katherine Lampert. 
S 230ct50, AI-2935; 30Jan51 (in notice: 
1950), A52123. Geoffrey Bles, Ltd. 
(PWH) ; 8May78; RE 3-062. 



LA NICOLASA. 

La Nicolasa. Husic: Rafael Gama, 
words: Luis Cazares. © 20Dec50; 
EP52175. Luis Cazares (A); 24Feb78; 
RE 69 3. 



LA NICOLASA. 

La Nicolasa. Husic: Rafael Gama, 
words: Luis Cazares. 8 20Dec50; 
EP52175. Rafael Gama (A); 24Feb78;; 
RE 694. 



NIETZSCHE: PHILOSOPHER, 

Nietzsche: philosopher, psychologist, 
antichrist. By Walter A. Kaufmann. 



20Nov50; A50342. Walter A. Kaufmann 
(A) ; 26Jan78; RE 228. 



THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. 

The Night before Christmas. By 
Clement Clarke Moore, ill.: Elizabeth 
Webbe, pseud, of Marjorie Cooper. NM: 
ill. 21Aug50; AA160977. Rand 
McNally 6 Company (PWH) ; 27Har78; 
RE 1-939. 



NIGHT JO0RNET. 

Night journey. By Albert J. Guerard. 
6 21Mar50; A42138- Albert J. Guerard 
(A) ; 26Apr78; RE 2-393. 



THE NIGHT THE FLOOR FELL IN. 

The Night the floor fell in. Words 6 
music: Ken Wheeley. 6 24May50; 
EFO-3506. Ken Wheeley (A) ; 5May78; 
RE 4-1 44. 



NIGHT TIME. 

Night time. Poem by Carl Bratton, m 
Harry Robert Wilson. NH: music. 
e 20Oct50; EP50044. Nadine Wilson (W) 
1Say78; RE 2-592. 



NIGHT WAS O0R FRIEND. 

Night was our friend. By Michael 
Pertvee. © 4Sep50; DP295. Michael 
Pertwee (A) ; 7Mar78; RE 846. 



NINA, TRE GIORNI. See 

Sicilian air. (RE 2-248.) 
Sicilian air. (RE 2-924.) 



NINETEENTH-CENTORT FICTION. 

Nineteenth-century fiction. Vol. 5, 
no. 1, June 1950. Continuing The 
Trollopian: a journal of Victorian 
fiction. 9 25May50; B248784. The 
Regents of the University of California 
(PCW); 19Apr78; RE 2-502. 



NINETEENTH-CENTOHT FICTION. 

Nineteenth-century fiction. Vol. 5, 
no. 2, Sept. 1950. Continuing The 
Trollopian: a journal of Victorian 
fiction. 6 14Sep50; B265442. The 
Regents of the university of California 
(PCW); 19Apr78; BE 2-505. 



NINETEENTH-CENTORT FICTION. 

Nineteenth-century fiction. Vol. 5, 
no. 3, Dec. 1950. Continuing The 
Trollopian: a journal of Victorian 
fiction. 9 6Dec50; B277007. The 
Regents of the Oniversity of California 
(PCW); 19Apr78; HE 2-507. 



THE NINETY AND NINE. 

The Ninety and nine. Husic arr. 
Lorenz Publishing Company, employer for 
hire of Roger C. Wilson. (In The 
Volunteer choir, Apr. 1950) 8 6Mar50; 
B241549. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 2Har78; RE 873. 



NINETY SIX. 

Ninety six; landmarks of South 
Carolina's last frontier region. By 
Carl Thomas Julien 6 Harry Legare 
Watson. 8 12Nov50; A49614. Jessie 
Julien (W) , Margaret Watson & Louise 
Watson (C) ; 7Apr78; BE 1-737. 



NO CEABA NAO TEH DISSO NAO. 

No ceara nao tea disso nao. Words 6 
music: Guio DeMorais, pseud, of 
Gaionarino Bubens Duarte. 8 29Sep50; 
EF33222. Guionarino Rubens Duarte 



(pseud.: Guio DeMorais) (A); 25May78; 
RE 4-156. 



NO END TO HEAVEN. 

No end to heaven. Words & music: 
Haskell Johnson, Clyde Johnson 6 Ray 
Poet. 8 24Nov50; EU222370. Peer 
International Corporation (PWH) ; 
20Mar78; RE 1-712. 



NO HILL BILLY FER ME. 

No hill billy fer me. Words and 
music: Dorothy May Morgan, arr. Movie 
Center Husic Company. 8 28Nov50; 
E0222784. Dorothy May Morgan (A); 
8May78; RE 2-673. 



NO ONE BUT YO0. 

No one but you. w Carl Sigoan, m 
Percy Faith. 9 26Dec50; E0225104. 
Carl Sigman (A); 8Jun78; RE 3-567. 



NO ONE ELSE WILL DO. 

No one else will do. w 6 m Milton 
Louis Klein. 9 14Jul50; EU209431. 
Milton Louis Klein (A); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-264. 



NO PLACE FOR JENNIFER. 

No place for Jennifer. By Stratford 
Pictures Corporation. 8 1Nov50; LP438. 
EMI Films, Ltd. (PWH) ; 3Mar78; 
BE 1-037. 



NO PLACE LIKE HOME. 

No place like hone. Words & music: 
George Holley. 8 27Jan50; ED191583. 
George Holley (A) ; 10Apr78; HE 1-697. 



NO PROMISE FOR A "SECOND FRONT." 

No promise for a "second front." By 
Winston Spencer Churchill. (Churchill 
memoirs, episode 145) 8 270ct50; 
AA1 64969. Sara Audley 6 Lady Soames 
(C) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-498. 



NO PDEDO PEHDONAB. 

No puedo perdonar. Letra y musica: 

Gilberto Diaz. 8 24Nov50; E0222355. 

Gilberto Diaz (A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-475. 



NO RHYME NOR REASON. 

No rhyme nor reason; a farce in three 
acts. By Tom Taggart. 6 8Nov50; 
DP437. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH) ; 
27Feb78; RE 1-122. 



NO ROOM AT THE INN. 

No room at the inn. By Elsie Anna 
Wood. 8 15Sep50; H1703. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 18May78; 
RE 3-083. 



THE NO SOAP, NO HOPE, NO MOOSE, NO . . . 

The No soap, no hope, no mouse, no 
house, blues. w 6 m Richard Adler E 
Jerry Boss. 8 4Oct50; E0217517. 
Richard Adler (A) ; 18Apr78; RE 2-372. 



NO TE PHEOC0PES. 

No te preocupes. Words 6 music: Juan 
Neri. 8 29Dec50; EFO-6564. Editorial 
Hezicana de Husica Internacional (PWH) ; 
16Mar78; HE 1-800. 



NO TEARS FOB HILDA. 

No tears for Hilda. By Andrew Garve. 
0. S. ed. pub. 3Jan51, A51282. 
8 6Mar50; AIO-365. Andrew Garve (A) ; 
21Jun78; BE 4-059. 



7H 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



NO THANKS. 

No thanks. w 6 m Peed Rose. 
29Dec50; EB224806. Lorene Harman 
Rose (W) ; 3Jan78; RE 10. 



NO THANKS. 

No thanks. Words 6 music: Fred Hose. 
29Dec50; E0224806. Wesley H. Rose 6 
Lester F. Rose (C) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-185. 



NO V0ELVO MAS. 

No vuelvo mas. Words 6 music: 
Cristobal Dobal. © 11Dec50; EFO-7288. 
Peer International Corporation (PWH) ; 
16Mar78; RE 1-804. 



NO WELL ON EARTH. 

No well on earth. Words 6 music by 
Bob Hilliard 6 Dave Mann. © 9Oct50; 
E0218089. Jacqueline Hilliard (W) ; 
13Jun78; RE 3-690. 



NOBODlf LOVES HE. 

Nobody loves me. Words S music: 
Walter Louis Longval. © 15Hay50; 
E0203856. Jeanne Rosilda Campbell 
(formerly Longval) (PPW) ; 5Hay78; 
RE 2-738. 



NOBODY ONDERSTANDS ME. 

Nobody understands me; or, A flan's 
best friend, w S m Johnny Hercer. 
© 15Dec50; E0224373. Elizabeth Mercer 
(W) , John Jefferson Mercer E Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-041. 



NORTH HALP, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEX., ... 

North half, Brazos County, Tex. , 
ownership map with well data. By Edgar 
Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole 
owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. O 27Dec50; 
F9202. Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PWH); 
9Jan78; RE 267. 



NORTH HALP, NORTHEAST HALF, PECOS 

North half, northeast half, Pecos 
County, Tex., ownership map with well 
data. By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, 
Edgar Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 4 
000'. 6 27Dec50; F9275. Tobin 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH); 9Jan78; RE 272. 



NORTH HALF, TRINITY COUNTY, TEX., ... 

North half. Trinity County, Tex., 
ownership map with well data. By Edgar 
Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole 
owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. © 26Dec50; 
F8914. Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PWH); 
9Jan78; RE 264. 



NORTH OF HANHATTAN: PERSONS AND ... 

North of Manhattan: persons and places 
of old Westchester. By Samuel 
Chamberlain £ Harry Hansen. © 15Nov50; 
A49661. Narcissa Chamberlain E Ruth 
Hansen (W) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-242. 



NOHTHANGER ABBEY. 

Northanger Abbey; a comedy in three 
acts. By Constance Cox. Based on Jane 
Austen's novel. 6 12Sep50; DP420. 
Constance Cox (A) ; 27Feb78; HE 1-121. 



NOTHING RIGHT, NOTHING LEFT. 

Nothing right, nothing left. w S m 
Charles Vernon Wolfe. 6 15May50; 
E0203850. Charles Vernon Wolfe (A) ; 
3Mar78; RE 950. 



NOTTE A MAfiECHIARO. 

Notte a Marechiaro. Words 6 music: 
Enzo Luigi Poletto. © 28Dec50; 
EF18270. Edizioni Southern Susie (PWH); 
20Mar78; RE 1-715. 



NOVA SCOTIA WOODCOCK. 

Nova Scotia woodcock. By R K Pathe, 
Inc. 6 25Aug50; MP589. Marian B. , 
Inc. (PWH); 30Mar78; HE 2-099. 



A NOVEL IN PASSING. See 

Death of the spirit. (RE 128.) 



NOVEMBER IN WINDHAM. See 

Beerbohm bailiwick. (BE 4-013.) 



NOW ALL THE WOODS ARE SLEEPING. 

Now all the woods are sleeping; 
chorale prelude for organ. Composer E 
arranger: Frances McCollin. NM : organ 
arr. 6 6Nov50; EP50559. Frances 
McCollin (A); 10Apr78; RE 1-851. 



NOW HEAR THIS! 

Now hear this! By Kingsley Childs. 
© 10Jul50; DP143. Kingsley Childs (A) 
5Jun78; HE 3-589. 



NOCT0RNE IN G FLAT. 

Nocturne in G flat. Piano solo by 
Alexander Maloof. © 20Sep50; EP49905. 
Alexander Maloof (A); 1Hay78; RE 2-599. 



THE NOISE SONG. 

The Noise song. w Rube Goldberg, m 
Ruth Cleary. © 2Aug50; E0211307. Huth 
Cleary (A) ; 25Apr78; RE 3-854. 



NOLITE TIMERE. 

Nolite timere. By W. A. Smit, 
arranger: Theodore N. Marier. NM: arr. 
for 2 vcs. or SATB E organ. © 14Dec50; 
EP51883. A. P. Schmidt Company (PWH) ; 
10Bar78; RE 935. 



NON C'E. 

Non c'e. m Angelo Brigada, w Gian 
Carlo Testoni. © 28Feb50; EFO-3144. 
Angelo Brigada (A) ; 16Jun78; RE 1-119. 



NON C'E. 

Non c'e. m Angelo Brigada, w Gian 
Carlo Testoni. S 28Feb50; EFO-3144. 
Alfredo Testoni S Gian Paolo Testoni 
(C) ; 16Jun78; HE 4-120. 



NON NE POSSO PIO'. 

Non ne posso piu*. Words B music: 
Pietro Pizzigoni. © 25May50; EFO-3936. 
Hide Ferrari Pizzigoni (W) ; 16Jun78; 
RE 4-125. 



NON PIO ANDRAI. 

Non piu andrai. From the opera Le 
Nozze de Figaro. For voice and piano. 
By W. A. Mozart, English version: Ruth 
Martin E Thomas Hartin. Add. ti. : From 
now on. (In Ezio Pinza album of concert 
songs E arias) NM: English version. 
S 19May50; EP47015. Thomas Hartin E 
Ruth Hartin (A) ; 12May78; RE 4-238. 



THE NORTON HOME. 

The Norton home. No. 1388. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) © 26Apr50; GU16144. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.) ; 20Mar78; HE 1-645. 



NOT B0ILT WITH HANDS. 

Not built with hands; sacred song. 
Poem by Daniel S. Twohig, m Gustav 
Oswald Herlan. © 27Jul50; EP48074. 
Margaret A. Twohig £ Edward J. Twohig 
(C) ; 6Jun78; HE 3-545. 



NOT FOR ALL THE DREAMS IN DREAMLAND. 

Not for all the dreams in dreamland. 
For voice and piano. By Billy 
Scott-Coomber £ Sonny Farrar. 
© 20Nov50; EFO-5448. Billy Scott- 
Coomber E Sonny Farrar (A) ; 13Mar78; 
HE 1-277. 



NOT SO LONG AGO. 

Not so long ago. Music by Hans Hay, 
words by Harold Purcell. © 300ct50; 
EFO-5336. Peter Ash (E of Hans May) £ 
I. M. L. Purcell (W) ; 13Mar78; HE 1-269. 



NOT WITH A BANG. See 

Contributions by Damon Knight. 
(RE 3-643.) 



NOTES ON "SYSTEM CAPACITY AND ... 

Notes on "System capacity and 
capability as determined by probability 
theory". © 24Oct50; AA173036. Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (PWH) ; 
. 15Jun78; RE 3-673. 



NOTES ON THE DESIGN OF SWITCHING 

Notes on the design of switching 
circuits for automatic control. Chap. 
20 and 21. © 26Dec50; AA188239. Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (PWH) ; 
26May78; RE 3-177. 



NOW I'LL FIDDLE. 

Now I'll fiddle. Words £ music: Carol 
Deane, pseud, of Elizabeth Joan 
Schroeder. © 24Apr50; E0201599. 
Josephine Maier Leutz £ John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 10Mar78; HE 1-247. 



NOW IS CHRIST RISEN. 

Now is Christ risen. Music: Roger C. 
Wilson. (In The Choir herald. Mar. 
1950) © 23Jan50; B235303. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH); 20Jan78; 
BE 94. 



NOW THAT YOO KNOW. 

Now that you know. From Latin- 
American song Hi cancion. w Irving 
Caesar £ Raymond Leveen, m Maria Grever. 
© 13Nov50; EP54201. Charles Grever 
(C) ; 27Har78; HE 1-750. 



NOW ONTO THE KING ETERNAL. 

Now unto the King eternal. Music: 
Roger C. Wilson. (In The choir leader, 
July 1950) NM: music. © 26Hay50; 
B249250. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH); 24May78; RE 3-244. 



LE NOZZE DE FIGARO. See 

Non piu andrai. (RE 4-238.) 



N0ESTHA DESGRACIA. 

Nuestra desgracia. Words: Gabriel 
Luna DeLaFuente, music: Chucho Palacios. 
© 29Dec50; EFO-6052. Imelda Najera 
vda. DeLuna (W of Gabriel Luna 
DeLaFuente); 13Mar78; BE 1-504. 



N0ESTBA DESGRACIA. 

Nuestra desgracia. Words: Gabriel 
Luna DeLaFuente, music: Chucho Palacios 
(Jesus Palacios) © 29Dec50; EFO-6052. 
Jesus (Chucho) Palacios (A); 13Mar78; 
HE 1-505. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



75 



LA NOIT DO ROSE-HOTEL. 

La Nuit du Rose-Hotel. By Maurice 
Fourre. 2Oct50; AFO-3032. Jean 
Petiteau (E) ; 22ilay78; RE 2-845. 



NONBER 9: THE LITTLE FIRE ENGINE. 

Number 9: the little fire engine. 
111.: Eleanor Corwin. NM: ill. 
29Aug50; A48102. Rand McNally 6 
Company (PWH) ; 27Har78; BE 1-940. 



0, MHO LIKE THEE. 

0, who like Thee; vocal solo. w 
Arthur Cleveland Coxe, m Henry Kemble 
Oliver, arr. (Catherine K. Davis. NM: 
arr. O 12Jun50; EP47202. Katherine K. 
Davis (A) ; 7Feb78; RE 416. 



OCA SO. 

Ocaso. Words 6 music: Claudio 
Estrada. e 20Dec50; EF17218. Claudio 
Estrada (A) ; 24Feb78; RE 698. 



Mayhem Lester Lake, 6 Theodore N. 
Narier. NM: arrangements for band. 
© 20Dec50; EP51896. A. P. Schmidt 
Company (PWH) ; 10Mar78; RE 926. 



OH, COME, LET OS SING. 

Oh, come, let us sing. Words and 
music: Herman VonBerge. (In The Choir 
herald, July 1950) © 26May50; B249251. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PHH) ; 
24May78; RE 3-252. 



NOMBEB JACK. See 

Additional booklet on Number Jack. 

(BE 1-230.) 
Second additional booklet on Number 
Jack. (BE 1-231.) 



THE NOTCRACKER SOITE. See 
Casse noisette. (RE 1-830.) 



NUTRITION IN HEALTH DISEASE. 

Nutrition in health S disease. By 
Lenna F. Cooper, Edith M. Barber, Helen 
S. Mitchell 6 Henderika J. Eynbergen. 
11th ed. NM: additions 6 revisions 
throughout text. 6 11JU150; A45812. 
Helen S. Mitchell (A) ; 20Mar78; 
RE 1-652. 



NOTRO 29. 

Nutro 29. By Frank C. Norris. 
© 4Apr50; A42443. Frank C. Norris (A) 
8May78; RE 2-778. 



NUTS? IN SQOIRREL CRAZY. 

Nutsy in Squirrel crazy. By 
Terrytoons, Inc. © 19Dec50; LP702. 
Viacom International, Inc. (PWH) ; 
21Feb78; RE 581. 



DEATH, WHERE IS THY STING? 

death, where is thy sting? By 
Clarence Stout, new arr. of words 6 
music for voice 6 piano: Leeds Music 
Corporation. 9 on new arr.; 2May50; 
EP46047. MCA Music, a division of M C 
A, Inc. (PHH of Leeds Music Corpo- 
ration) ; 24Apr78; RE 2-631. 



O GIVE THANKS. 

O give thanks. SATB. Musical arr. 
from Hospodi pomilui by Lvovsky: Peter 
Daniel Tkach. NM: arr. © 25May50; 
EP48108. Hazel Tkach (H) ; 7Apr78; 
RE 2-171. 



O H0SH THEE MY BABIE. 

O hush thee my babie. For voice 6 
piano. Words by Walter Scott, arranger: 
Hugh Stevenson Roberton. Add. ti. : 
Highland cradle song. © 30Nov50; 
EFO-5464. Kenneth Bantock Roberton (C) ; 
5May78; RE 2-808. 



O.K. FOE T.V. 

O.K. for T.V. w S m Johnny Mercer. 
© 15Dec50; E0224371. Elizabeth Mercer 
(W) , John Jefferson Mercer 6 Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-039. 



O SIGNORINA, RINA, BINA. 

O signorina, rina, rina. So viele 
Haare und keinen Kamm. Aus Kaept'n 
Bay-Bay. Piano. Music: Norbert 
Schultze, words: Fritz Grasshoff. 
9 29Dec50; EFO-6650. Norbert Schultze 
(A) ; 30May78; RE 3-400. 



OCASO. 

Ocaso. Words & music: Claudio 
Estrada. © 20Dec50; EF17250. Claudio 
Estrada (A) ; 24Feb78; BE 703. 



OCCASIONAL PAPEB, NO. 31. See 

Statistical indicators of cyclical 
revivals and recessions. (RE 2-178.) 



OCCASIONAL PAPER, NO. 32. See 

Cyclical diversities in the fortunes 
of industrial corporations. 
(RE 2-176.) 



OCCASIONAL PAPER, NO. 33. See 
Employment and compensation in 
education. (RE 2-177.) 



OCCASIONAL PAPER, NO. 31. See 

Behavior of wage rates during business 
cycles. (RE 2-180.) 



OCCASIONAL PAPER, NO. 35. See 

Shares of upper income groups in 
income and savings. (RE 2-181.) 



OCC0LT SCIENCE. 

Occult science; an outline. By Maud 
Breckenridge Monges & Henry Babad 
Monges, translation by Budolf Steiner. 
NM: translation, additions 6 revisions. 
© 24Apr50; A43503. Anthroposophic 
Press, Inc (PWH) ; 23Mar78; RE 2-138. 



OCT A VI OS. See 

Tertullian: Apologetical works. 
(BE 3-391.) 



ODETTE. 

Odette. By British Lion Film 
Productions, Ltd. © 6Jun50; LP944. E 
a I Films, Ltd. (PWH); 3Mar78; BE 1-042. 



OEDIP0S BEX. 

Oedipus Bex. Text de J. Cocteau, mis 
en latin par J. Danielou, music by Igor 
Stravinsky. NM: new vocal score. 
© 29Dec50; EP162003. Vera DeBosset 
Stravinsky (W) , Milene Stravinsky 
Marion, Soulima Stravinsky 6 Theodore 
Stravinsky (C) ; 24Feb78; RE 509. 



OE0VRES COMPLETES DE PA0L CLA0DEL, T. 1. 
See 
Poesie. (RE 2-864.) 



OE0VRES COMPLETES DE VALERY LABBA0D. 

Oeuvres completes de Valery Larbaud. 
T. 1 et 2: Enfantines. © 15Oct50; 
AFO-4056. Mairie de la Ville de Vichy 
(E) ; 22May78; BE 2-863. 



OF LA0GHTER. See 

Rebound. (BE 3-406.) 



THE OFFICIAL C Y BAND BOOK. 

The Official C Y O band book. 
Arrangers: Lester Brockton, pseud, of 



OH, FOB A CLOSES WALK WITH GOD. 

Oh, for a closer walk with God. Music 
& arr. for T. T. B.B. : Robert W. Gibb, 
words: William Cowper. NM: arr. 
© 22Dec50; EP51796. Dorothy F. Barry 
(E of Bobert W. Gibb); 10Mar78; RE 917. 



OH, MAMA! I'M SO IN LOVE. 

Oh, Mama! I'm so in love. Original S 
English w Aaron Schroeder, original m 
Abram Ellstein. Add. ti. : Oi, Mamme! 
Bin ich farliebt. © on English words; 
26Dec50; EP51690. Aaron Schroeder (A); 
1Mar78; RE 686. 



OH ME! OH MAMA! 

Oh me! oh Mama! Music by Chico 
Roberti £ Christian Jollet, English 
lyric by James B. Kennedy. NM: English 
lyric. © 29Dec50; EF17662. Jimmy 
Kennedy (A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-259. 



OH, PRAISE HIM! 

Oh, praise Him! Words £ music: Lorenz 
Publishing Company, employer for hire of 
Roy E. Nolte 6 Alfred Barratt. (In The 
Volunteer choir, Apr. 1950) © 6Mar50; 
B241549. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 2Mar78; BE 871. 



OH ROCKA MY SO0L. 

Oh rocka my soul. Arr. Jester 
Hairston. NM: arr. © 22Dec50; 
EP51812. Jester Hairston (A); 23Jan78; 
BE 138. 



OH, THAT I HAD A THO0SAND VOICES. 

Oh, that I had a thousand voices. 
Arr. Henry Barkworth. (Concordia treble 
series, no. 31) NM: arr. © 1Dec50; 
EP51555. Concordia Publishing House 
(PWH) ; 27Jan78; RE 314. 



OH, WHAT A WONDER! 

Oh, what a wonder! w 6 m Scripture 
Press. © 17Jul50; EP373393. Scripture 
Press Publications, Inc. (PWH); 22Feb78; 
RE 596. 



OI, MAMME! BIN ICH FARLIEBT. See 

Oh, Mama! I'm so in love. (BE 686.) 



OI VELEN MIR TANTZEN. 

Oi velen mir tantzen. Music by 
Alexander Olshanetsky. © 11Oct50; 
E02 17943. Anita Olshanetsky Willens 
(C) ; 17Feb78; RE 761. 



OL' SHORTY. 

01' Shorty. Words and music: Texas 
Jim Lewis 6 Darol Rice. © 17Jul50; 
E0209697. Texas Jim Lewis 6 Darol Bice 
(A) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-297. 



THE OLD CHECKERED HO0SE IN WINTER. 

The Old checkered house in winter. 
No. 1409. By Grandma Hoses (Anna Mary 
Robertson Moses) © 24Jul50; G016654. 
James C. Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; 
BE 3-717. 



76 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE OLD-FASHIONED CHURCH. 

The Old-fashioned church. Husic £ 
words: Edward M. Fuller 6 Charles P. 
Wood. (In The Volunteer choir. May 
1950) 27(lar50; B241550. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-919. 



AN OLD PASHIONED HAYHIDE. 

An Old fashioned hayride. w Bob 
Haymes, a Harty Clarice. © 28Har50; 
E197681. Bob Haymes 6 Warty Clarice (A) 
17May78; RE 2-976. 



THE OLD HAN'S HONE*. 

The Old man's money; a play of 
suspense in three acts. By James Beach. 
© 13Mar50; DP76. Samuel French, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-138. 



THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET IN WINTER. 

The Old oaken bucket in winter. No. 
1408. By Grandma Hoses (Anna Mary 
Robertson Moses) 9 24Jul50; GU16653. 
James C. Tomasi (Ada. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-716. 



THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET (JELLIFFE) 

The Old oaken bucket (Jelliffe) No. 
1351. By Grandma Hoses (Anna Hary 
Robertson Moses) 9 24JU150; GU16647. 
James C. Tomasi (Ada. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-710. 



THE OLD PLANK HOUSE. 

The Old plank house. No. 1102. By 
Grandma Noses [i.e. Anna Mary Robertson 
Hoses] 3 24Jul50; GU16648. James C. 
Tomasi (Ada. c.t.a. of the estate of 
Anna Mary Robertson Hoses) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 3-711. 



OLD WITCH POLKA. See 

Czarownica polka. (RE 3-145.) 



THE OLD WOMAN. 

The Old woman. For voice 6 piano. 
Joseph Campbell, m Daniel Wolf. NM: 
music. e 14Mar50; EP45208. Rose L. 
Wolf (E of Daniel Wolf) ; 12May78; 
RE 3-113. 



THE OLYMPIANS. 

The Olympians; an opera in three acts. 
Text: John Boynton Priestley, music: 
Arthur Bliss. e 14Jun50; EFO-3899. 
Gertrude Hoffmann Bliss (W) S John 
Boynton Priestley (A) ; 3Jul78; RE 3-766. 



ON A TUE GRAND PERE. 

On a tue grand pere; ou, Haria 
Marescaud. Tapage nocturne. By 
Marc-Gilbert Sauvageon (Marc-Gilbert 
Sauvajon) 6 21Dec50; DU26328. 
Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon (A); 17Apr78; 
RE 2-562. 



ON GOD AND POLITICAL DUTY. 

On God and political doty. By John 
Calvin, introduction 6 editorial 
compilation: John Thomas McNeill. 
9 14Apr50; A44923. William H. McNeill 
(E) ; 10Apr78; RE 2-206. 



ON GOD'S DAY. 

On God's day. w S m Scripture Press. 
9 17Jul50; EP373395. Scripture Press 
Publications, Inc. (PWH) ; 22Feb78; 
RE 598. 



ON JUDEA'S HILLSIDES. 

On Judea's hillsides. By H. Maery, 
arr. for solo, unison, 2 vcs. or SATB 6 



organ by Charles Renard, pseud, of 
Theodore N. Marier. NM: arr. 
O 14Dec50; EP51884. A. P. Schmidt 
Company (PWH); 10Mar78; RE 936. 



ON HONDAY NEXT. 

On Monday next; a play in three acts. 
By Philip King. 240ct50; DF52. 
Philip King (A) ; 7Har78; RE 1-136. 



ON STUDYING SINGING. 

On studying singing. By Sergius 
Kagen, editor: Ernest Hutcheson. (The 
Field of music, v. 4) © 31Jul50; 
A46032. Genevieve Greer Kagen (W) ; 
29Har78; RE 1-864. 



ON THE HUDSON HANY YEARS AGO. 

On the Hudson many years ago. No. 
1381. By Grandma Moses (Anna Mary 
Robertson Moses) 9 26Apr50; G016 138. 
James C. Tonasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; 
BE 1-639. 



ON THE OUTGOING TIDE. 

On the outgoing tide. w Lew Brown, 
Mabel Wayne. 18Apr50; EP45684. 

Habel Wayne (A) ; 7Har78; RE 993. 



ON THE OUTGOING TIDE. 

On the outgoing tide. w Lew Brown, m 

Mabel Wayne. © 18Jan50; E0190750. 

Habel Wayne (A) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-315. 



ON THE WATCH. 

On the watch. No. 1397. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson Moses) 
© 26Apr50; G0 16152. James C. Tomasi 
(Ada. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; RE 2-214. 



ONCE IN A LIFETIME. See 

Ein mol in Lebn. (RE 1-8 26.) 



ONCE LONG AGO. 

Once long ago. w & m Scripture Press. 
9 160ct50; EP373382. Scripture Press 
Publications, Inc. (PWH) ; 22Feb78; 
BE 592. 



ONCE THERE LIVED A FOOL. 

Once there lived a fool. w 6 m Jessie 
Hae Bobinson. 9 10JU150; EU209473. 
June M. Draper (C) ; 20Jun78; RE 3-830. 



ONCE YOU FIND YOUR GUY. 

Once you find your guy. From B K 
film The Western affair. w 6 a Kay 
Swift. 9 25JU150; EU211236. Kay Swift 
(A) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-752. 



ONCE YOU FIND YOUR GUY. See 

(Never a dull moment) once you find 
your guy. (BE 1-746.) 



ONE BIG FAMILY. 

One big family. By Garth Hale, pseud, 
of Albert Benjamin Cunningham. 
© 21Jun50; A45379. Jean Gregory 
Cunningham (W) ; 15Jun78; RE 4-047. 



ONE FOR THE BOAD. 

One for the road. Words 6 music by 
Bobert Wilson. 9 12JU150; EFO-4611. 
Mrs. Bobert Wilson (W) ; 9Jan78; BE 111. 



ONE IS A LONESOME NUMBEB. 

One is a lonesome number. By William 
Banners. 9 8Feb50; A40693. William 
Manners (A); 6Feb78; BE 413. 



ONE JUMP AHEAD. 

One jump ahead. By Trendle-Striker. 
(The Lone Banger, no. 2674-1899) 
20Mar50; DU23880. Lone Banger 
Television, Inc. (PWH) ; 16Jun78; 
BE 3-530. 



ONE KIND WOBD. 

One kind word. By Ted Travers £ Marty 
Bloom. © 15Dec50; EP51338. Ted 
Travers 6 Harty Bloom (A) ; 7Feb78; 
RE 429. 



ONE LITTLE HUT AMONG THE BUSHES. 

One little hut among the bushes. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Hary Robertson 
Moses) 26Apr50; GU16122. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; BE 1-623. 



ONE LOVE FOB TWO. 

One love for two. Adaptation of 
music: Norman Monath, w Hal David. NM: 
adaptation of music. © 22Nov50; 
E0222374. Chappell £ Company, Inc. (PWH 
of Norman Monath); 9Jan78; RE 140. 



ONE MAN RULE. 

One man rule. By Trendle-Beattie. 
(The Lone Ranger, no. 2666-1891) 
© 21Mar50; DU23872. Lone Banger 
Television, Inc. (PWH); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-523. 



ONE NIGHT IN DODGE. 

One night in Dodge. By Trendle- 
Dougall. (The Lone Banger, no. 
2667-1892) 9 21Har50; DU23873. Lone 
Banger Television, Inc. (PWH); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-524. 



ONE, TWO COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO. 

One, two cock-a-doodle-doo. Text: 
Josephine VanDolzen Pease, illustrator: 
Frances Wosmek. © 20Jun50; A45131- 
Josephine VanDolzen Pease (A) £ Band 
HcNally £ Company (PWH) ; 30Hay78; 
BE 2-793. 



ONE WAY STBEET. 

One way street. Husic by Redd 
Stewart, words by Victor Paul Banks. 
9 28Sep50; E0217612. Redd Stewart (A) ; 
16Jan78; BE 376. 



ONE WONDEBFUL HOBNING. 

One wonderful morning. Words £ music: 
Bob Musel, 6 John Jerome, pseud, of 
Howard Ellington Barnes, Harold 
Cornelius Fields 6 Joseph Dominic 
Roncoroni. 9 15Hay50; EFO-3323. Bob 
Musel £ John Jerome (A) ; 30Jan78; 
BE 375. 



ONLY A PBAYEE. 

Only a prayer. w £ a Albert E. 
Brualey. 9 Uun50; EP347650. Mrs. 

Albert E. Brualey (W) ; 6Har78; RE 985. 



THE OPEN DOOR. 

The Open door. Music arr. £ words: 

Agnes E. Patterson. (In The Volunteer 

choir, July 1950) NM: music arr. £ 

words. 9 31May50; B249249. Lorenz 
Publishing Coapany (PWH); 24May78; 
RE 3-239. 



THE OPEN SOCIETY AND ITS ENEMIES. 

The Open society and its eneaies. By 
Karl E. Popper. Bev. ed. NM: pref . , 
revisions £ additions. © 13Nov50; 
A52133. Karl B. Popper (A); 16Jan78; 
BE 119. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



77 



OPEN THE DOOR OF YOUR HEART. 

Open the door of your heart. Basic 6 
words: Edward «. Norman, pseud, of Roy 
E. Nolte, 6 Elsie Duncan Yale. (In The 
Choir herald, July 1950) NM: music 6 
words. 26Hay50; B249251. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PHH) ; 24Hay78; 
RE 3-218. 



OPEN YOUR HEART. 

Open your heart. English lyric: Ben 
Raleigh, music: Agustin Lara. Add. ti. : 
On Beso a solas. 28Dec50; EP68946. 
Ben Raleigh (A); 27Feb78; RE 710. 



OPERATION JACK FROST. 

Operation Jack Frost. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. 1Sep50; HP504. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PHH) ; 20Har78; RE 1-524. 



ORGEL-BREVIER. 

Orgel-brevier; handbook of organ 
music. Music by various composers arr. , 
compiled and edited by Louis Dite. 
20Dec50; EFO-6774. Julia Dite (W) ; 
12Jun78; 8E 3-645. 



ORGONE ENBRGY BULLETIN. 

Orgone energy bulletin. Vol. 2, no. 
3, July 1950. 15JU150; B256521. 
Mary Boyd Higgins, trustee. The William 
Reich Infant Trust Fund (PCB) ; 30Hay78; 
RE 3-448. 



ORGONE ENERGY BULLETIN. 

Orgone energy bulletin. Vol. 2, no. 
4, Oct. 1950. © 90ct50; B268597. Hary 
Boyd Higgins, trustee. The Hilliam Reich 
Infant Trust Fund (PCS) ; 30May78; 
RE 3-449. 



Frederic James Quinn, Meredith Reese 
Davis 6 Harold Earl Browne. 5Sep50; 
AA160386. Otis Elevator Company (PHH) 
7Jun78; RE 3-548. 



OTIS MAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article XV. 1.5. By Frederic James 
Quinn, Heredith Reese Davis 6 Harold 
Earl Browne. © 20Oct50; AA166006. 
Otis Elevator Company (PHH) ; 7Jun78; 
RE 3-549. 



OTIS MAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article XV. 2. 2. By Frederic James 
Quinn, Heredith Reese Davis 6 Harold 
Earl Browne. 6 27Dec50; AA170329. 
Otis Elevator Company (PHH) ; 7Jun78; 
RE 3-550. 



THE ORANGE ORCHARD. 

The Orange orchard; a play in three 
acts. By Eden Phillpotts 6 Nancy Price. 
© 31Dec50; DF72. Frank Symons (E of 
Eden Phillpotts) 6 Nancy Price (A) ; 
30Say78; RE 3-478. 



THE OREGON TRAIL. 

The Oregon Trail. By Francis Parkman, 
introd. : A. B. Guthrie, Jr. NH: introd. 
1Jun50; A46577. A. B. Guthrie, Jr. 
(A) ; 5May78; RB 2-703. 



THE OREGON TRAIL. 

The Oregon Trail. No. 72. By Francis 
Parkman, adapted into an illustrated 
story for Classics illustrated: Albert 
L. Kanter. NH: adaptation. © 28Jun50; 
A156012. Twin Circle Publishing 
Company, division of Frawley Enterprises 
(PHH) ; 30Hay78; RE 3-394. 



ORGAN OFFERTORIES. See 

Twenty-seven organ offertories. 
(RE 1-915.) 



THE ORGAN PORTFOLIO. 

The Organ portfolio. No. 76, Apr. 
1950. © 14Har50; B241548. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCH); 2Mar78; 
RE 86 8. 



THE ORGAN PORTFOLIO. 

The Organ portfolio. No. 77, June 
1950. 20Apr50; B246283. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCS); 27Har78; 
RE 1-887. 



THE ORGAN PORTFOLIO. 

The Organ portfolio. No. 78, Aug. 
1950. S 29Jun50; B254621. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCH) ; 22Jun78; 
RE 4-089. 



THE ORGANIST. 

The Organist. Vol. 54, no. 1, Mar. 
1950. © 27Jan50; B234694. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCH) ; 20Jan78; 
BE 102. 



THE ORGANIST. 

The Organist. Vol. 54, no. 2, Hay 
1950. © 4Apr50; B246282. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-886. 



THE ORGANIST. 

The Organist. Vol. 54, no. 3, July 
1950. 31Hay50; B249252. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCH) ; 24Hay78; 
RE 3-254. 



OTHER CHILDREN. 

Other children. w 6 m Scripture 
Press. © 17Jul50; EP373390. Scripture 
Press Publications, Inc. (PHH) ; 22Feb78; 
RE 594. 



T'OTHER SIDE OF THE MOON. 

T'other side of the moon; a comedy in 
one act. By Campbell Robson. 
6 29Dec50; DF83. Hyrtle Robson (H) ; 
16Har78; RE 1-605. 



OTIS MAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article VI. 2.1. By Carmon Hills 
Elliott, Heredith Reese Davis 6 Harold 
Earl Browne. © 24Apr50; AA150485. 
Otis Elevator Company (PHH); 20Har78; 
RE 1-537. 



OTIS HAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article C. 2. 3, Jan. 1950. By Frederick 
Philip Sandstrom. NH: revision to 
include pictorial ill. © 24Apr50; 
AA150489. Otis Elevator Company (PHH) ; 
20Har78; RE 1-538. 



OTIS HAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article XV. 1. 1. By Frederic James 
Quinn, Meredith Reese Davis & Harold 
Earl Browne. © 10Hay50; AA152642. 
Otis Elevator Company (PHH) ; 20Har78; 
RE 1-539. 



OTIS HAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article V.2.4. By Carmon Hills Elliott, 
Heredith Reese Davis 6 Harold Earl 
Browne. © 10Hay50; AA153332. Otis 
Elevator Company (PHH); 20Mar78; 
RE 1-540. 



OTIS HAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article XV. 1.3. By Frederic James 
Quinn, Heredith Reese Davis S Harold 
Earl Browne. © 7Jul50; AA159541. Otis 
Elevator Company (PHH); 27Har78; 
RE 1-755. 



OTIS HAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article XV. 1.2. By Frederic James 
Quinn, Heredith Reese Davis 6 Harold 
Earl Browne. © 7Jul50; AA158133. Otis 
Elevator Company (PHH) ; 28Har78; 
RE 1-772. 



OTIS HAINTENANCE REFERENCE BOOK. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
Article XV. 1.4 6 article XV. 2.1. By 



OUR CHURCH'S STORY, 1846-1946. 

Our church's story, 1846-1946. By 
Henry Anderson. © 1Feb50; AA150494. 
Henry Anderson (A); 30Hay78; RE 2-776. 



OUR DESERT NEIGHBORS. 

Our desert neighbors. By Edmund C. 
Jaeger. © 4Dec50; A50793. Edmund C. 
Jaeger (A); 27Har78; BE 2-003. 



OUR INDEPENDENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION. 

Our independence and the Constitution. 
By Dorothy Canfield Fisher, illustrator: 
Robert Doremus. © on ill.; 12Oct50; 
A49363. Random House, Inc. (PHH of 
Robert Doremus) ; 12Jan78; BE 122. 



OUR INDEPENDENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION. 

Our independence and the Constitution. 
By Dorothy Canfield Fisher, illustrator: 
Robert Doremus. © 120ct50; A49362. 
Sarah J. Scott (C of Dorothy Canfield 
Fisher); 12Hay78; BE 2-805. 



O0E NEIGHBORS' GEOGRAPHIES SERIES. See 
Living with neighbors around the 
world. (BE 2-625.) 



OUR OLD SAH HILL. 

Our old saw mill. No. 1398. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) © 26Apr50; G016153. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; RE 2-215. 



OUR ROMANCE IS GONE. 

Our romance is gone. Hords 6 music: 
Roy Richards, Bill Richards, Bob Nunn & 
Terrell Leonard. © 12Apr50; E020043 8. 
Roy Richards, Bill Bichards, Bob Nunn 6 
Terrell Leonard (A) ; 7Apr78; BE 3-337. 



OUT OF MY HINDOH. 

Out of my window. No. 250. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Hary Bobertson 
Hoses) Rev. © 24Jul50; GU16646. 
James C. Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; 
BE 3-709. 



OUT OF THE BLUE SKY. 

Out of the blue sky; full band arr. m 
Ishan Edgar Jones. © 22Nov50; EP50805. 
David B. Jones (C) ; 17Jan78; BE 123. 



OUTCASTS OF SAN ANTONE. 

Outcasts of San Antone. By 
Trendle-Striker. (The Lone Banger, no. 
2678-1903) © 20flar50; DU23884. Lone 
Ranger Television, Inc. (PHH); 16Jun78; 
RE 3-533. 



78 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



OVER LAND. 

Over land. No. 1419. By Grandma 
Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson Moses) 
24Jul50; GU16664. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-727. 



OVER MY DEAD BODY. 

Over my dead body; a mystery comedy in 
three acts. By Pete Williams, pseud, of 
James Reach. 29Sep50; DP435. Samuel 
French. Inc. (PHH) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-146. 



OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY. 

Over the hills and far away. For 
orchestra. Music: Frederick Delius, 
editing: Sir Thomas Beecham. © 18Aug50; 
EP49723- G. Schirmer, Inc. (PPW) ; 
12May78; RE 4-244. 



OVER THE RIVER TO GRANDMA'S HOUSE. 

Over the river to Grandma's house. 
No. S1265. By Grandma Moses (Anna Mary 
Robertson Moses) (Rev.) © 26Apr50; 
G016131. James C. Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 
20Mar78; RE 1-632. 



THE OWL KILL. 

The Owl kill. No. 1401. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Mary Robertson Moses) 
9 26Apr50; G016156. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; BE 2-218. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, east half, Galveston County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 21Dec50; F8579. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 245. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, east half, Victoria County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000*. 
© 29Dec50; F8613. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 262. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, east half, Washington County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000*. 
© 21Dec50; F8592. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 249. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL ... 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, north half, Allen Parish, La. By 
Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, 
sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000". 
© 21Dec50; F8593. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 250. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, north half, Austin County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 29Dec50; F8601. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 252. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, north half, Beauregard Parish, La. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 29Dec50; F8603. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 254. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, north half, Harris County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 



Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
O 29Dec50; F8605. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 256. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, north half, Montgomery County, 
Tex. By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, 
Edgar Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 
000'. O 29Dec50; F8607. Tobin 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH); 9Jan78; BE 258. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL ... 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, north half, Polk County, Tex. By 
Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, 
sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 21Dec50; F8591. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 248. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL ... 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, northwest half, Lee County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 29Dec50; F8611. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 261. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL ... 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, south half, Allen Parish, La. By 
Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, 
sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 21Dec50; F8578. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH); 9Jan78; BE 244. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, south half, Austin County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 29Dec50; ' F8602. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 253. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, south half, Beauregard Parish, La. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 29Dec50; F8608. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH); 9Jan78; BE 259. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL ... 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, south half, Harris County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 29Dec50; F8604. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; BE 255. 



OWNERSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, south half, Montgomery County, 
Tex. By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, 
Edgar Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 
000". © 29Dec50; F8600. Tobin 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH); 9Jan78; RE 251. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL ... 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, south half, Polk County, Tex. By 
Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, 
sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000". 
© 21Dec50; F8580. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; BE 246. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, southeast half, Lee County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 29Dec50; F8610. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; BE 260. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, Tate County, Miss. By Edgar Tobin 
Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole owner. 
Scale 1" = 3 000'. 9 29Dec50; F86 29. 
Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 9Jan78; 
RE 263. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, west half, Galveston County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 2 1Dec50; F8577. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; BE 243. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, west half, Victoria County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 29Dec50; F8606. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; BE 257. 



OWNEBSHIP AND LEASE MAP WITH WELL 

Ownership and lease map with well 
data, west half, Washington County, Tex. 
By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar 
Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 
© 21Dec50; F8590. Tobin Surveys, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 9Jan78; BE 247. 



AN OXFORD BEQ0IEM FOB MIXED CHORDS 

An Oxford reguietn for mixed chorus and 
orchestra. Music: Bruce Montgomery. 
Vocal score. © 1Dec50; EFO-5563. 
Bruce Montgomery (A) ; 3Jul78; RE 3-778. 



PACHITO E CHE. 

Pachito e che. Letra y musica: 
Alejandro Tobar. © 19Dec50; EF18733. 
Peer International Corporation (PWH) ; 
13Mar78; RE 1-482. 



PACHITO E CHE. 

Pachito e che. Letra y musica: 
Alejandro Tobar. © 24Nov50; EF18949. 
Peer International Corporation (PWH) ; 
13Mar78; RE 1-483. 



PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW. 

Pacific historical review. Vol. 19, 
no. 2, May 1950. © 15May50; B248881. 
Pacific Coast Branch, American Historial 
[sic] Association (PCW) ; 19Apr78; 
BE 2-503. 



PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW. 

Pacific historical review. Vol. 19, 
no. 3, Aug. 1950. © 9Oct50; B273620. 
Pacific Coast Branch, American 
Historical Association (PCW) ; 19Apr78; 
BE 2-506. 



PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW. 

Pacific historical review. Vol. 19, 
no. 4, Nov. 1950. © 11Dec50; B279443. 
Pacific Coast Branch, American 
Historical Association (PCW) ; 19Apr78; 
RE 2-508. 



PACIFIC ISLANDS. 

Pacific islands. (Cosmo series, no. 
2) © 1Sep50; F8493. Band McNally 6 
Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-957. 



THE PACIFIC SPECTATOR, S0MMER 1950. See 
Slow journey. (RE 1-762.) 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



79 



PADDLE YOOR OHN CANOE. 

Paddle your own canoe; a rousing farce 
comedy in three acts. By Hope Bristow, 
pseud, of Hilbur Braun. 2Jun50; 
DP103. Samuel French, Inc. (PHH); 
7Mar78; RE 1-139. 



PAGLIACCI. See 

Prologue to the opera Pagliacci. 
(RE 2-598.) 



PAL, FDGITIVE DOG. 

Pal, fugitive dog. By R K Radio 
Pictures, Inc. 9 6Oct50; LP542. 
Marian B., Inc. (PWH) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 3-656. 



THE PALIMPSEST. 

The Palimpsest. Vol. 31, no. 11, Nov. 
1950. © 22Nov50; B275105. Iowa State 
Historical Department, division of the 
State Historical Society (PCS) ; 23Feb78; 
RE V84. 



THE PALIMPSEST. 

The Palimpsest. Vol. 31, no. 12, Dec. 
1950. 9 29Dec50; B284002. Iowa State 
Historical Department, division of the 
State Historical Society (PCH) ; 6Apr78; 
RE 2-159. 



THE PALHER HAT. 

The Palmer way; a play in one act. By 
Nicholas E. Baehr. 9 25Jul50; DP235. 
Nicholas E. Baehr (A) ; 7Har78; RE 1-142. 



PANDORA AND THE FLYING DUTCHMAN. 

Pandora and the Flying Dutchman. By 
Dorkay Productions, Inc. © 5Apr51 (in 
notice: 1950); LP1121- Raymond Bohauer 
(PHH) ; 1Feb78; RE 470. 



PAPERS OF THE MICHIGAN ACADEMY OF 

Papers of The Michigan Academy of 
Science, Arts, and Letters. Vol. 34. 
By Eugene Stock McCartney 6 Frederick 
Kroeber Sparrow. 9 14Apr50; AA148090. 
Anna Gabler Sparrow (II) ; 24Apr78; 
RE 2-886. 



THE PAPERS OF HALTER CLARK. 

The Papers of Halter Clark. Vol. 2: 
1902-1924. By Aubrey Lee Brooks & Hugh 
Talmage Lefler. 9 11May50; A43982. 
Thornton H. Brooks 6 James Taylor Brooks 
(C) ; 18Apr78; RE 2-374. 



PAR ON ETE TORRIDE. 

Par un ete torride. By Robert 
Margerit. 6 15Oct50; AFO-3026. Robert 
Margerit (A); 22May78; RE 2-8«3. 



PARENTERAL 0SE OF PECTIN SOLS. 

Parenteral use of pectin sols. By 
Glenn Howe Joseph. 9 29Aug50; 
AA162358. Sunkist Growers, Inc. (PHH) 
2Jun78; RE 3-412. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 2, 
Feb. 19 50. Pacific Coast. 9 18Jan50; 
B228279. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH); 20Jan78; BE 434. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 3, 
Mar. 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 21Feb50; 
B233476. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 20Jan78; RE 436. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 3, 
Mar. 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 21Feb50; B236905. Parents' Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 20Jan78; 
RE 4 37. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 4, 
Apr. 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 27Mar50; 
B238367. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 20Jan78; BE 438. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 4, 
Apr. 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 27Mar50; B238368. Parents' Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH); 20Jan78; 
RE 439. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 5, 
May 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 9 19Apr50; 
B242343. Parents* Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH); 20Jan78; RE 441. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 5, 
May 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 19Apr50; 
B242344. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH); 23Mar78; RE 1-341. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 6, 
June 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 22May50; 
B248099. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; RE 1-342. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 6, 
June 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 22May50; B248100. Parents' Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
RE 1-343. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 7, 
July 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 21Jun50; B251634. Parents' Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
RE 1-344. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 7, 
July 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 21Jun50; 
B251635. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; RE 1-345. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 8, 
Aug. 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 19Jul50; B255945. Parents' Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
RE 1-346. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 8, 
Aug. 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 18JU150; 
B255946. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; BE 1-3«7. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 9, 
Sept. 1950. Metropolitan ed. 
9 17Aug50; B260795. Parents' Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
RE 1-348. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE- 

Parents* magazine. Vol. 25, no. 9, 
Sept. 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 17Aug50; B260796. Parents' Magazine 



Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
BE 1-349. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 10, 
Oct. 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 22Sep50; 
B267283. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH); 23Mar78; BE 1-350. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 10, 
Oct. 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 22Sep50; B267284. Parents* Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
RE 1-351. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents* magazine. Vol. 25, no. 11, 
Nov. 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 24Oct50; 
B270962. Parents* Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH); 23Mar78; BE 1-352. 



PABENTS* MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 11, 
Nov. 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
6 24Oct50; B270963. Parents* Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
BE 1-353. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 12, 
Dec. 1950. Metropolitan ed. 9 17Nov50; 
B274083. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH); 23Mar78; BE 1-354. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 25, no. 12, 
Dec. 1950. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 17Nov50; B274084. Parents' Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
BE 1-355. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 26, no. 1, 
Jan. 1951. Metropolitan ed. 9 13Dec50; 
B277418. Parents' Magazine Enterprises, 
Inc. (PCH) ; 23Har78; BE 1-356. 



PARENTS' MAGAZINE. 

Parents' magazine. Vol. 26, no. 1, 
Jan. 1951. Pacific Coast ed. 
9 20Dec50; B278398. Parents* Magazine 
Enterprises, Inc. (PCH) ; 23Mar78; 
RE 1-357. 



PABLO0R GAME. 

Parlour game; a comedy in one act. By 
Philip Johnson. 9 20Sep50; DF51. 
Philip Johnson (A); 7Mar78; BE 1-135. 



PARTISAN REVIEH, NOV. /DEC. 1950. See 
Thanksgiving's over. (RE 3-473.) 



PASSAGES (1937-1950) 

Passages (1937-1950) By Henri 
Michaux. 9 20Dec50; AFO-4097. Henri 
Michaux (A) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-567. 



PASTY LIPS. 

Pasty lips. w Albert Chandler 
Johnston, Jr., w & a Herbert Elwin 
Taylor. 9 19Oct50; E0218841. Albert 
C. Johnston, Jr. (A) ; 12Jun78; RE 3-666. 



PAT HORKS ON THE BAILHAY. 

Pat works on the railway. S.A.T. B. 
with baritone solo, a capella, piano for 
rehearsal only. Arr. Elie Siegmeister. 

(Native American folk songs) NM: arr. 
9 15NOV50; EP53894. Elie Siegmeister 

(A); 29Mar78; RE 1-810. 



80 



RENEHALS 



PATHOLOGY IN GENERAL SORGEEY. 

Pathology in general surgery. By Paul 
9. Schafer. 9Jun50; A44914. Paul W. 
Schafer (A) ; 28Apr78; RE 2-637. 



PATRICIA. 

Patricia, w 6 m Barney Idriss (Hanez 
Idriss) 6 George Tibbies. 28Apr50; 
E0202172- Lois Idriss (H) , Carol 
Grimes, Suzanne Idriss, Judy Idriss 6 
Pamela Idriss (C of Raiez Idriss) ; 
29Mar78; RE 1-814. 



PATRICIA I10RISON TELESCRIPTIONS. 

Patricia Borison telescriptions. By 
Snader Telescriptions Corporation. 
20Nov50; NP985. Pathe News, Inc. 
(PHH) ; 12May78; RE 2-915. 



PATTEB FOR STANDARD TRICKS. 

Patter for standard tricks. By Robert 
Orben. 6 3Apr50; AA147111. Robert 
Orben (A) ; 6Jan78; RE 68. 



PAUL SEVERE AND THE MINOTEMEN. 

Paul Revere and the minutemen. By 
Dorothy Canfield Fisher, illustrator: 
Norman Price. © on ill. ; 12Oct50; 
A49361. Random House, Inc. (PHH of 
Norman Price); 12Jan78; BE 121. 



PAUL REVERE AND THE MINOTEMEN. 

Paul Revere and the minutemen. By 
Dorothy Canfield Fisher, illustrator: 
Norman Price. © 120ct50; A49360. 
Sarah J. Scott (C of Dorothy Canfield 
Fisher) ; 12May78; BE 2-804. 



PAUL TERRY'S HIGHTY MOOSE COMICS. 

Paul Terry's Mighty Mouse comics. 
Vol. 1, no. 24, Mar. 1951. 8 19Dec50; 
B290320. Viacom International, Inc. 
(PHH) ; 21Feb78; RE 577. 



PAUL TERRY'S TERRY TOON COMICS. 

Paul Terry's Terry Toon comics. Vol. 
1, no. 85, Bar. 1951. 9 19Dec50; 
B290311. Viacom International, Inc. 
(PHH) ; 21Feb78; RE 576. 



PAOL'S BOOGIE. 

Paul's boogie. Music: Paul Hilliams S 
Gene Redd. 9 26Jan50; E0191585. Paul 
Hilliams 5 Gene Bedd (A) ; 15May78; 
RE 3-383. 



FE DE HANACA. 

Pe de Manaca. Hords 6 music: Herve 
Cordovil 6 Mariza P. Coelho, pseud, of 
Mariza DeRezende Costa. 6 18May50; 
EF24678. Mariza DeRezende Costa 
(pseud.: Mariza P. Coelho) (A); 25May78; 
RE 4-150. 



PE DE MANACA. 

Pe de Manaca. Hords 6 music: Herve 
Cordovil 6 Mariza P. Coelho, pseud, of 
Mariza DeRezende Costa. © 18May50; 
EF24678. Herve Cordovil (A); 25May78; 
RE 4-151. 



PEACEFDL HATERS. 

Peaceful waters. By Gene Pelham, 
author of renewable matter: Anton 
Schutz. © 10May50; H1592. New York 
Graphic Society, Ltd. (PHH); 7Mar78; 
RE 1-214. 



THE PEACOCK. 

The Peacock. By Jon Godden, pseud, of 
Mrs. R. H. K. Baughan. © 14Aug50; 
A46511. Mrs. R. H. K. Baughan (A); 
8Jun78; RE 3-745. 



PEACOCK 6 DOG. See 

Untitled drawing depicting Peacock E 
dog. (BE 3-432.) 



THE PEASANT HEDDING. 

The Peasant wedding. By Peeter 
Brueghel, the elder [Pieter Bruegel, the 
elder], author of renewable matter: 
Anton Schutz. © 12Jul50; H1663. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PHH) ; 
7Mar78; RE 1-223. 



LA PEAO DO DIABLE. See 

La Fosse aux vents. (RE 2-547.) 



PECADORA. 

Pecadora. Spanish w 6 m Agustin Lara, 
Italian lyrics: Gian Carlo Testoni. NM: 
Italian lyrics. © 28Dec50; EFO-8627. 
Edizioni Southern Music (PHH of Gian 
Carlo Testoni) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-722. 



PEGGY LEE AND THE DAVE BARBOUfi 

Peggy Lee and The Dave Barbour Quartet 
telescriptions. By Snader Teles- 
criptions Corporation. 9 20Oct50; 
MP915. Pathe News, Inc. (PHH); 12May78; 
RE 2-914. 



PEGGY LEE HITH THE DAVE BARBO0R 

Peggy Lee with The Dave Barbour 
Quartet telescriptions. By Snader 
Telescriptions Corporation. © 20Nov50; 
MP987. Pathe News, Inc. (PHH) ; 12May78; 
RE 2-916. 



PEGGY, PEG, AND POLLY. 

Peggy. Peg, and Polly. By Universal 
Pictures Company, Inc. © 180ct50; 
MP701. Oniversal City Studios, Inc. 
(PHH); 27Apr78; BE 2-495. 



A PENNY A KISS, A PENNY A HOG. 

A Penny a kiss, a penny a hug. w 6 
Buddy Kaye 6 Ralph Care. 9 29Dec50; 
EP51839. Buddy Kaye (A); 21Feb78; 
BE 600. 



A PENNY A KISS, A PENNY A HUG. 

A Penny a kiss, a penny a hug. For 
voice & piano, with ukulele diagrams 6 
chord symbols. Hords & music by Buddy 
Kaye & Ralph Care. © 29Dec50; EP51839. 
Buddy Kaye (A); 30May78; RE 3-389. 



A PENNY FOR CHARON. 

A Penny for Charon; a comedy in three 
acts. By Herman A. Miller. © 7Dec50; 
D026161. Herman A. Miller (A); 30May78; 
RE 3-476. 



PEOPLE ARE FUNNY. 

People are funny; a farce comedy in 
three acts. By James Beach. Adapted 
from Art Linkletter' s famous NBC radio 
series. © 10Oct50; DP439. Art 
Linkletter 5 John Guedel (PHH); 8May78; 
RE 2-685. 



PEOPLE ONDEB THE SKIN. 

People under the skin. w Ben 
Blossner, m Irma Hollander. © 18Sep50; 
EU215729. Brenda Hall (C of Irma 
Hollander) ; 2May78; RE 3-838. 



THE PEOPLES OF AMERICA SERIES. See 
They came in chains: Americans from 
Africa. (BE 1-176.) 



THE PEPPERMINT FAMILY. 

The Peppermint family. Text by 
Margaret Hise Brown, ill. by Clement 



Hurd. © 20Sep50; A47741. Boberta 
Brown Rauch (E) C Clement Hurd (A) ; 
8May78; BE 2-767. 



PEBC0SSION. 

Percussion. Music: Beatrice Laufer, w 
Laurence McKinney. 15Aug50; EP48651. 
Beatrice Laufer (A) ; 22Jun78; RE 3-863. 



PEBDIMOS LA OCASION. 

Perdimos la ocasion. w Jose Pal 
Latorre, m Conrado Giral Casanovas. 
© 29Dec50; EFO-8625. Jose Pal Latorre 
(A) ; 6Mar78; RE 1-207. 



THE PEBFECT INVADES. 

The Perfect invader. By Bobert Thomas 
Burns. © 10Mar50; A41668. Bobert 
Thomas Burns (A); 17Feb78; RE 483. 



THE PEBFECT HOMAN. 

The Perfect woman; a farce in 3 acts. 
By Hallace Geoffrey S Basil Mitchell, 
pseud, of Jeannie Frances Mitchell. 
9 29Mar50; DP59. Hallace Geoffrey 6 
Basil Mitchell (A); Uun78; BE 3-595. 



LA PEBICHOLE. See 

Letter scene. (RE 2-909.) 



PEBKY LITTLE ENGINE. 

Perky little engine. By Margaret 
Richards Friskey. 8 20Apr50; A43377. 
Children's Press Division, Regensteiner 
Publishing Enterprises, Inc. (PHH) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-280. 



PERMANENT DIGEST OF AMERICAN LAH 

Permanent digest of American law 
reports annotated covering volumes 1-175 
A L R. Vol. 5: evidence to executive. 
Appl. states copyright is not claimed in 
any material secured from official 0. S. 
Govt, sources. © on additions 6 
revisions; 19Jan50; A40457. The 
Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
6 Bancroft-Hhitney Company (PHH) ; 
1Feb78; RE 215. 



PERMANENT DIGEST OF AMERICAN LAH 

Permanent digest of American law 
reports annotated covering volumes 1-175 
A L R. Vol. 6: executors to ins- 
tructions. © 15Mar50; AA145661. The 
Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
G Bancroft-Hhitney Company (PHH) ; 
10Mar78; BE 1-169. 



PEBPETOAL MOTION. 

Perpetual motion. By L. Sprague 
DeCamp. (In Future combined with 
science fiction stories, Sept.— Oct. 
1950) 9 23Jun50; B251320. L. Sprague 
DeCamp (A); 12Apr78; RE 2-239. 



PERPLEXITY. 

Perplexity. From The Vanity fair 
suite. For woodwind ensemble. Music: 
Nat Temple 6 Roland Shaw. 9 27Dec50; 
EP51711. Nat Temple S Roland Shaw (A); 
6Mar78; RE 781. 



PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT, MARRIAGE, AND 

Personal adjustment, marriage, and 
family living. By Judson T. Landis £ 
Mary G. Landis. © 21Feb50; A41214. 
Judson T. Landis & Mary G. Landis (A) ; 
21Feb78; RE 584. 



PER0, PERUVIAN HAYNO. 

Peru, Peruvian wayno. m Moises 
Vivanco. © 6Nov50; E0221096. Moises 
Vivanco (A) ; 18Apr78; BE 2-589. 



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CORRENT REGISTRATIONS 



81 



A PET FOR PETER. 

A Pet for Peter. Text: J. Lillian 
Vandevere, ill.: Adele Weber 6 Doris 
Laslo. O 21Aug50; A47290. Rand 
McNally 6 Company (PWH) ; 27Har78; 
RE 1-938. 



PETER STOYVESANT: BOT WITH WOODEN SHOES. 

Peter Stayvesant: boy Kith wooden 
shoes. By Mabel Cleland Widdemer, 
illustrated by Charles V. John. 
21Har50; A42252. John D. Widdemer 
(C) ; 10Apr78; RE 2-197. 



PETERKIN PILLOWBY. 

Peterkin Pillowby. Words 6 music by 
Sol Marcus 6 Eddie Seiler. © 300ct50; 
EP50434. Rose Marcus (B), Frederick 
Floyd Marcus, Steven Gary Marcus 6 
Sherri Sue Edlin Mannuzza (C of Sol 
Marcus) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-133. 



PETERKIN PILLOWBY. 

Peterkin Pillowby. Words and music by 
Sol Marcus 6 Eddie Seiler. 9 19Jun50; 
E0207752. Rose Marcus (W) , Frederick 
Floyd Marcus, Steven Gary Marcus 6 
Sherri Sue Edlin Mannuzza (C of Sol 
Marcus) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-135. 



PETE'S BOOGIE. 

Pete's boogie. Music: Pete Lewis 6 
Johnny Otis. S 11Apr50; E0200149. 
Pete Lewis 6 Johnny Otis (A); 15May78j 
RE 3-384. 



PETIT CAFE, MONTMARTRE. 

Petit Cafe, Montmartre. By Maurice 
otrillo, author of renewable matter: 
Anton Schutz. © 26JU150; H1890. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Bar78; RE 1-001. 



PETITE COSMOGONIE PORTATIVE. 

Petite cosmogonie portative. By 
Raymond Queneau. © 30Oct50; AFO-3316. 
Jean Marie Queneau (C) ; 22May78; 
RE 2-846. 



LA PETITE VALSE. See 

The Petite waltz. (BE 374. ) 



THE PETITE WALTZ. 

The Petite waltz. Words: E. A. 

Ellington & Phyllis Claire, music: Joe 
Heyne. Add. ti. : La Petite valse. NM: 

words. 6 21Nov50; EP50744. E. A. 

Ellington C Phyllis Claire (A); 31Jan78; 
RE 374. 



THE PETRIFIED GIANT. 

The Petrified giant. By Trendle-Goll. 
(The Lone Banger, no. 2656-1881) 
© 13Jan50; D023140. Lone Banger 
Television, Inc. (PWH); 16Jun78; 
RE 3-521. 



THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE. 

The Phantom detective. Vol. 55, no. 
3, winter 1951. © 7Nov50; B277980. C 
B S Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 29Jun78; RE 3-986. 



PHANTOM WALTZ. 

Phantom waltz. Music by Karl Olson, 
pseud, of Carle Hodson. 13Feb50; 
EFO-2017. Carle Hodson, pseud.: Karl 
Olson (A); 24Apr78; RE 2-266. 



PHILANTHROPIC GIVING. 

Philanthropic giving. By F. Emerson 

Andrews. 20Nov50; A49824. Russell 

Sage Foundation (PWH); 2May78; RE 2-644. 



PHILLIPS 5 EASTON SOPPLY COMPANY. 

Phillips 6 Easton Supply Company. 
Catalog no. 50. By Weinberg 6 HcKee, 
Inc. S 2Oct50; AA162886. Jaqua-McKee, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 5Jun78; RE 3-916. 



PHILOSOPHY AND PHENOBENOLOGICAL 

Philosophy and phenoaenological 
research. Vol. 11, no. 2, Dec. 1950. 
6 6Dec50; B281062. University of 
Buffalo (PCW); 26Jun78; RE 3-897. 



PHILOSOPHY AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL 

Philosophy and phenomenological 
research. Vol. 11, no. 1, Sept. 1950. 
© 15Sep50; B263419. Oniversity of 
Buffalo (PCW); 26Jun78; BE 3-898. 



PHILOSOPHY OF THE ABTS. 

Philosophy of the arts. By Morris 
Weitz. © 29Sep50; A48084. Morris 
Seitz (A) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-447. 



PHOENIX STBEET HAP. 

Phoenix street map. © 25Apr50; 
F8396. Band McNally 6 Company (PWH) 
27Mar78; BE 1-945. 



PHOTO PHONIES. 

Photo phonies. By B K Radio 
Pictures, Inc. (Comedy special, no. 6) 
© 12JU150; LP210. Marian B., Inc. 
(PWH) ; 30Mar78; BE 2-095. 



PHYLON. 

Phylon; the Atlanta Oniversity review 
of race and culture. Vol. 11, no. 1, 
1st quarter 1950. © 4Apr50; B241266. 
Atlanta Oniversity (PCW) ; 13Har78; 
BE 1-255. 



PHYLON. 

Phylon; the Atlanta Oniversity review 
of race and culture. Vol. 11, no. 2, 
2nd quarter 1950. © 11Jul50; B255387. 
Atlanta Oniversity (PCW) ; 9Jun78; 
BE 3-613. 



PHYSICAL CHEMISTBY. 

Physical chemistry. By Walter J. 
Moore. © 30Jun50; A45295. Walter J. 
Moore (A) ; 7Jun78; BE 3-763. 



PHYSICS. 

Physics. Vol. 1. By George Shortley. 
© 20Mar50; A42508. George Shortley 
(A) ; 1Mar78; BE 888. 



PHYSICS: FONDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES FOB 

Physics: fundamental principles for 
students of science and engineering. 
Vol. 2. By George Shortley 6 Dudley 
Williams. © 26Jun50; A45292. George 
Shortley 6 Dudley Williams (A); 7Jun78; 
RE 3-762. 



PHYSICS TODAY. 

Physics today. Vol. 3, no. 8, Aug. 
1950. © 28Jul50; B256948. American 
Institute of Physics (PCB) ; 16Jun78; 
BE 3-694. 



PHYSICS TODAY. 

Physics today. Vol. 3, no. 9, Sept. 
1950. © 5Sep50; B262698. American 
Institute of Physics (PCW) ; 16Jun78; 
BE 3-695. 



PHYSICS TODAY. 

Physics today. Vol. 3, no. 10, Oct. 
1950. © 50ct50; B266784. American 
Institute of Physics (PCW); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-696. 



PHYSICS TODAY. 

Physics today. Vol. 3, no. 11, Nov. 
1950. © 2Nov50; B271450. American 
Institute of Physics (PCW); 16Jun78; 
RE 3-697. 



PHYSICS TODAY. 

Physics today. Vol. 3, no. 12, Dec. 
1950. © 4Dec50; B276394. American 
Institute of Physics (PCW); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-698. 



PHYSIOLOGY OF SHOCK. 

Physiology of shock. By Carl J. 
Wiggers. © 27Dec50; A50814. The 
Commonwealth Fund (PWH) ; 18Apr78; 
BE 2-446. 



PIANO SONATA IN B FLAT, OP0S 22. See 
Adagio. (RE 508.) 



PIANOLC. 

Pianolo. Music: Damaso Perez Prado. 
© 28Dec50; EF18609. Damaso Perez Prado 
(A) ; 24Feb78; BE 705. 



PICAFLOB. 

Picaflor. Letra: Baimundo Radaelli, 
musica: Arturo C. Senez. © 29Dec50; 
EFO-6514. Baimundo Radaelli (A) ; 
13Mar78; RE 1-465. 



PICAFLOB. 

Picaflor. Letra: Baimundo Radaelli, 
musica: Arturo C. Senez. © 29Dec50; 
EFO-6514. Arturo C. Senez (A) ; 13Mar78; 
BE 1-466. 



PICKEN'S GREAT ADVENT0BE. 

Picken's great adventure. By Norman 
Davis. © 16Har50; A42002. Norman 
Davis (A) ; 20Har78; HE 1-929. 



THE PICTURE OF JES0S. 

The Picture of Jesus. Music 6 words: 
Walter B. Clarke. (In The Volunteer 
choir. Mar. 1950) © 20Jan50; B234627. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
20Jan78; BE 109. 



PICTURES DON'T LIE. 

Pictures don't lie; a comedy in three 
acts. By James Beach. © 30Dec50; 
DP603. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH) ; 
7Mar78; RE 1-147. 



PIECES FOR FO0B BRASS INSTBOMENTS. See 
Two pieces for four brass instruments. 
(RE 2-407.) 



PIECES IN F0GHETTA-FOBM. See 
Seven pieces in f ughetta-form. 
(BE 3-110.) 



PILE DBIVER BOOGIE. 

Pile driver boogie. m Joshua Johnson. 
© 4Oct50; E0220245. Joshua Johnson 
(A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-319. 



A PILGBIM'S G0IDE TO BOHE. 

A Pilgrim's guide to Borne. By Harry 
Weedon, pseud, of A. F. Dunn. 
© 20Feb50; A41186. A. F. Dunn (pen 
name: Harry Weedon) (A) ; 21Feb78; 
BE 583. 



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RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE PILOT. 

The Pilot. By J. F. Cooper, adapted 
into an illustrated story by Albert L. 
Kanter. (Classics illustrated, no. 70) 
© 2<»Apr50; AA150707. Twin Circle 
Publishing Company, division of Prawley 
Enterprises (PWH) ; 16liar78; BE 1-562. 



PINEY. 

Piney; book. By Kelly E. Masters 
a.k.a. Zachary Ball. 6 18Apr50; 
A4309 3. Kelly E. Masters a.k.a. Zachary 
Ball (A); 15Hay78; EE 2-969. 



PINKEHTON MAN. 

Pinkerton man. By H K Pathe, Inc. 
(This is America) © 15Sep50; MP745. 
Marian B. , Inc. (PWH); 12Jun78; 
BE 3-657. 



PINTA BEAVA. 

Pinta brava. Words 6 music: Charlo, 
pseud, of Carlos Perez DeLaEiestra, 6 
Battistella. © 11Dec50; EFO-5963. 
Carlos Perez DeLaEiestra (A); 1QApr78; 
BE 2-837. 



PINTA BBAVA. 

Pinta brava. Words 6 music: Mario 
Battistella S Charlo. © 11Dec50; 
EFO-5963. Mario Battistella (A) ; 
18May78; BE 4-140. 



PIBATES OF THE HIGH SEAS. 

Pirates of the high seas. Episode no. 
12. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
6 21Dec50; LP546. Coluabia Pictures 
Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Har78 ; 
BE 1-593. 



PIBATES OF THE HIGH SEAS. 

Pirates of the high seas. Episode no. 
13. By Columbia Pictures Corporation. 
© 28Dec50; LP580. Columbia Pictures 
Industries, Inc. (PWH); 20Mar78; 
BE 1-59<». 



PITY FOB PAMELA. 

Pity for Pamela. By Mary Fitt, pseud, 
of Kathleen Freeman. © 15Mar50, 
AI-2858; 18Apr51, A54710. Kathleen 
Freeman (A) ; 30May78; BE 2-763. 



PIZZA AND BEEB. 

Pizza and beer. w 6 m Frank I. 
Vivino. @ 30Nov50; E0223589. Frank I. 
Vivino (A) ; 7Mar78; EE 954. 



THE PLACE OF HELIGION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

The Place of religion in public 
schools; a handbook to guide com- 
munities. By Virgil Henry. © 4Jan50; 
A39640. Virgil Henry (A); 15Jun78; 
BE 4-053. 



PLAIN ENGLISH. 

Plain English; a comedy in three acts. 
By Earl L. Bussell. © 28Jun50; DP139. 
Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 7Mar78; 
BE 1-140. 



PLANNING GUIDE. 

Planning guide. By Wilson Memindez 
Company. NM: additions 6 revisions. 
© 22May50; AA152293. Specialized 
Printed Forms, Inc. (PWH); 10Apr78; 
BE 2-258. 



PLANNING THE OLDEB YEABS. 

Planning the older years. By Wilma T. 
Donahue 5 Clark Tibbitts. © 23Sep50; 
A48135. Wilma T. Donahue (A); 24Apr78; 
BE 2-882. 



PLANTS OF BIKINI AND OTHEB NOETHEEN 

Plants of Bikini and other Northern 
Marshall Islands. By William Randolph 
Taylor. © 13Sep50; A47642. William 
Bandolph Taylor (A); 24Apr78; BE 2-881. 



LOS PLATILLOS VOLANTES. 

Los Platillos volantes. Words: J. P. 
Latorre, music: Manuel G. Salinger. 
© 28Dec50; EFO-7526. Manuel G. 
Salinger (A); 13Mar78; EE 1-512. 



LOS PLATILLOS VOLANTES. 

Los Platillos volantes. Words: Jose 
Pal Latorre, music: Manuel G. Salinger. 
© 28Dec50; EFO-7526. Jose Pal Latorre 
(A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-513. 



PLAYING TOGETHEB. 

Playing together. Traditional songs 
arranged for first ensemble pieces for 
violins by Leslie Bowland Vincent 
Knight. NM: arr. © 1Dec50; EFO-6027. 
Leslie Bowland Vincent Knight (A) ; 
3JU178; BE 3-785. 



PLAYLAND PONY. 

Playland pony. By Esther K. Heeks. 
© 6Nov50; A<»9937. Esther K. Meeks (A), 
7Feb78; BE 737. 



PLAYTHING. 

Plaything. w Mack Discant, m Mort 
Garson. © 23Bar50; EP49876. Mort 
Garson (A) ; 6Feb78; BE 358. 



THE PLEADING SAVIOE. See 

Sallman's "The Pleading Savior." 
(BE 984.) 



PLEASE DON'T LEAVE ME BABY. 

Please don't leave me baby. Words G 
music: Eli Thompson Jr. © 21JU150; 
E0210244. Eli Thompson Jr. (A); 7Apr78; 
BE 3-345. 



THE PLENIPOTENTIABIES. 

The Plenipotentiaries; a novel. By 
Harold J. Kaplan. © 26Apr50; A43790. 
Harold Kaplan (A); 15Jun78; EE 4-055. 



THE PLOW BOY. 

The Plow boy. No. 1425. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Mary Robertson Hoses) 
© 24Jul50; G016670. James C. Tooasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; HE 3-733. 



POBBECITO COBAZON. 

Pobrecito corazon. Letra y nusica: 

Gilberto Diaz. © 24Nov50; EU222354. 

Gilberto Diaz (A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-474. 



THE POCKET HISTOBY OP AMEBICAN PAINTING. 

The Pocket history of American 
painting. By James Thomas Flexner. 
© 8Aug50; A49839. James Thomas Flexner 
(A) ; 17Feb78; RE 478. 



POEMS: 1924-1944. 

Poems: 1924-1944. By Janet Lewis 
(Janet Lewis Winters) © 28Dec50; 
A53726. Janet Lewis (Winters) (A) ; 
27Jun78; BE 3-904. 



THE POEMS OF T. S. ELIOT, 1909-1928. 

The Poems of T. S. Eliot, 1909-1928; a 
study in symbols and sources. By Grover 
Cleveland Smith, Jr. © 29Dec50; 
A53177. Grover Cleveland Smith, Jr. 
(A) ; 23flar78; BE 1-736. 



POEMS ON SEVEEAL OCCASIONS. See 
Bochester's Poems on several 
occasions. (EE 230.) 



POESIE. 

Poesie. By Paul Claudel. (Oeuvres 
completes de Paul Claudel, t. 1) 
© 150ct50; AFO-4068. Pierre Claudel S 
Mme. Claudel-Nantet, nee Benee Claudel 
(C) ; 22May78; BE 2-864. 



POETEY. 

Poetry. Vol. 75, no. 5, Feb. 1950. 
© 6Feb50; B231480. The Modern Poetry 
Association (PCW) ; 24Jan78; BE 292. 



POETEY. 

Poetry. Vol. 75, no. 6, Mar. 1950. 
© 9Mar50; B236209. The Modern Poetry 
Association (PCW); 6Mar78; BE 978. 



POETBY. 

Poetry. Vol. 76, no. 1, Apr. 1950. 
© 10Apr50; B241479. The Modern Poetry 
Association (PCW) ; 17Mar78; EE 1-371. 



POETEY. 

Poetry. Vol. 76, no. 2, Hay 1950. 
6 8May50; B246738. The Modern Poetry 
Association (PCW); 6Apr78; RE 2-160. 



POETEY. 

Poetry. Vol. 76, no. 3, June 1950. 
© 26May50; B248857. The Modern Poetry 
Association (PCW) ; 19May78; HE 2-979. 



POETBY. 

Poetry. Vol. 76, no. 4, July 1950. 
© 5Jul50; B255206. The Modern Poetry 
Association (PCW) ; 22Jun78; BE 3-862. 



POETBY, APE. 1950. See 
Blue sleigh. (RE 3-751.) 



PLANE TBIGONOMETBY. 

Plane trigonometry. By John J. 
Corliss 6 Winifred V. Berglund. NM: 
figures, index & revisions. © 26Apr50; 
A43410. Eleanor Graham Corliss (H) ; 
5Jun78; BE 3-173. 



PLANE TBIGONOMETBY. See 

Answers to even-numbered problems in 
Plane trigonometry. (RE 3-172.) 



PLOS DO MOINS HOMME. 

Plus du moins homme. By Vercors, 
pseud, of Jean Bruller. © 6Oct50; 
AFO-3381. Vercors, ps. de Jean Bruller 
(A) ; 22May78; BE 2-854. 



POBBECITA. 

Pobrecita. Words 6 music: Manuel 
Alvarez Maciste. © 28Dec50; EF18613. 
Marina Alvarez Benteria (NK) ; 28Apr78; 
BE 2-834. 



POINT OF VIEW. 

Point of view. By Hinfield Townley 
Scott. (In The Hopkins review, spring 
1950) © 14Mar50; B244945. Lindsay B. 
Scott (C) ; 9Jun78; RE 3-752. 



POISON. 

Poison. By Roald Dahl. (In 
Collier's, June 3, 1950) © 26May50; 
B247778. Boald Dahl (A) ; 10Mar78; 
BE 1-235. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



83 



THE POLICE ST&TE. 

The Police state. By Craig Thompson. 
3 8Feb50; A40694. Craig Thompson (A) ; 
6Feb78; RE 414. 



POLITICAL RECONSTRUCTION IN TENNESSEE. 

Political reconstruction in Tennessee. 
By Thomas Benjamin Alexander. 
6 15Aug50; A46690. Thomas Benjamin 
Alexander (A); 12Hay78; BE 2-993. 



POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY. 

Political science quarterly. Vol. 75, 
no. 1, Mar. 1950. 28Feb50; B235318. 
The Academy of Political Science (PCS) ; 
27Feb78; RE 825. 



POLOVJETZKISKE KVINDERS DANS. See 
Fyrst Igor: Polov jetzkiske kvinders 
dans. (RE 1-827.) 



THE PONY EXPRESS. 

The Pony express. By Samuel Hopkins 
Adams, ill.: Lee J. Arnes. NH: ill. 
6 120ct50; A49739. Random House, Inc. 
(PHH) ; 13Jan78; RE 234. 



POOF. 

Poof. Suivi de: L' Archipel Lenoir. 
By Armand Salacrou. 9 15Dec50; DFO-71. 
Armand Salacrou (A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-558. 



POOL OF LONDON. 

Pool of London. By Ealing Studios, 
Ltd. 9Jul50; LP1305. E H I Films, 
Ltd. (PHH) ; 3Har78; RE 1-044. 



POOR HAN LAZSOS. 

Poor man Lazrus. Arr. Jester 
Hairston. NH: arr. 22Dec50; 
EP51810. Jester Hairston (A); 23Jan78; 
RE 136. 



POPCORN HILLIE. 

Popcorn Hillie. Susie: Johnny 
Sparrow. 6 3Jul50; E0208782. Johnny 
Sparrow (A); 10Apr78; RE 3-307. 



POPULAR LOVE. 

Popular love. Vol. 28, no. 2, Apr. 
1950. © 2i»Feb50; B240388. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
BE 3-977. 



POPULAR LOVE. 

Popular love. Vol. 28, no. 3, summer 
1950. 9 16Hay50; B249906. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 3-979. 



POPULAR LOVE. 

Popular love. Vol. 29, no. 1, fall 
1950. 9 17Aug50; B264671. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 3-981. 



POPOLAR LOVE. 

Popular love. Vol. 29, no. 2, winter 
1951. 14NOV50; B280554. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH) ; 29Jun78; 
RE 3-989. 



POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE. 

Popular mechanics magazine. Vol. 93, 
no. 4, Apr. 1950. © 1Apr50; B239791. 
The Hearst Corporation (PCH) ; 22Mar78; 
RE 1-648. 



POPOLAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE. 

Popular mechanics magazine. Vol. 93, 
no. 5, Hay 1950. C 1Hay50; B244402. 
The Hearst Corporation (PCH); 22Har78; 
RE 1-649. 



POPOLAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE. 

Popular mechanics magazine. Vol. 93, 
no. 3, Bar. 1950. O 1Mar50; B234732. 
The Hearst Corporation (PCH) ; 22Mar78; 
RE 1-650. 



POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE. 

Popular mechanics magazine. Vol. 93, 
no. 6, June 1950. Uun50; B248603. 
The Hearst Corporation (PCH); 10Apr78; 
BE 2-225. 



POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE. 

Popular mechanics magazine. Vol. 94, 
no. 1, July 1950. © Uul50; B253264. 
The Hearst Corporation (PCH); 21Jun78; 
RE 3-481. 



POR LA GRACIA DE DIOS. 

Por la gracia de Dios. Hords: E. 
Rodriguez (Eduardo Rodriguez Carcamo) , 
music: Pedro Oltra. Add. ti. : Sevilla 
es. © 5Dec50; EFO-6372. Petra Vazquez 
Sebastian (H of Eduardo Rodriguez 
Carcamo); 10Apr78; RE 2-363. 



POR QUE NEGAR. 

Por que negar. Hords 6 music: 
Augustin Lara. © 28Dec50; EFO-6593. 
Carmen Zozaya Perau (H) ; 27Feb78; 
RE 718. 



POR Q0E NO VIENES. See 
For always. (BE 696.) 



POR QUE TE ENGANAS. 

Por que te enganas. Hords £ music: 
Israel Gonzalez (Israel Gonzalez 
Palacios) Q 22Dec50 ; EF30351. Israel 
Gonzalez (Palacios) (A); 13Har78; 
BE 1-496. 



POR TI. 

Por ti. Letra y musica: Manuel 
Martinez (Manuel Martinez Perez) 
9 27Dec50; EFO-6053. Manuel Martinez 
(Perez) (A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-461. 



PORQOE ADORARTE ASI. 

Porque adorarte asi. Hords 6 music: 
Puchi Balseiro. © 260ct50; EP51439. 
Puchi Balseiro (A); 13Mar78; RE 1-468. 



THE PORTEOS MAZE TEST AND INTELLIGENCE. 

The Porteus maze test and intel- 
ligence. By Stanley David Porteus. 
© 17May50; A44402. D. Hebden Porteus & 
John R. Porteus (C) ; 10Mar78; BE 1-232. 



PORTRAIT IN SMOKE. 

Portrait in smoke. By Bill S. 
Ballinger (Hilliam S. Ballinger) 
© 2Aag50; A46795. Hilliam S. Ballinger 
(A) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-106. 



PORTRAIT OF CLARE. 

Portrait of Clare. By Stratford 
Pictures Corporation. © 1Nov50; LP437. 
EMI Films, Ltd. (PHH) ; 3Mar78; 
RE 1-036. 



THE PORTUGUESE INN. 

The Portuguese Inn; overture. For 
orchestra. By L. Cherubini, re- 
orchestrated 6 transcribed by Quinto 
Maganini. NH: re-arr. © 15Sep50; 



EP49688. Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini 
(H) ; 12Apr78; RE 2-408. 



A "POST" OF TRUMAN 1950 GOALS FOR 
EDUCATION. See 
Hord from Hashington. (RE 3-576.) 



POSTSCRIPT: THE PLAYHRITING PHASE 

Postscript: the playwriting phase 
(part I) By Alva Johnston. © 21Dec50; 
B278387. Evelyn Johnston (H) ; 21Feb78; 
RE 557. 



POTT'S TRIUMPH. 

Pott's triumph. By August Derleth. 
(In Heird tales, Sept. 1950) © Uul50; 
B252183. April Derleth Smith 6 Halden 
H. Derleth (C) ; 27Apr78; RE 2-581. 



THE POHER OF LOVE. 

The Power of love. Elastic scoring 
(from 4 single instruments to full 
orchestra) Collected by Evald Tang 
Kristensen 6 Percy Aldridge Grainger, m 
Percy Aldridge Grainger. (Danish folk 
music settings, no. 2) © 11Apr50; 
EP49884. Ella Grainger (H) ; 12May78; 
RE 3-128. 



POHER- SEEKERS. 

Power-seekers. By Alfred Hcclung Lee. 

(In Studies in leadership, Dec. 5, 1950) 
© 5Dec50; A50294. Alfred McClung Lee 

(A) ; 20Mar78; RE 961. 



POHIEDZ HI. 

Powiedz mi. Hords S music: Frank 
Hojnarowski. Add. ti. : Tell me. 
© 31Jul50; EP49256. Dana Publishing 
Company (PHH); 24Mar78; RE 3-150. 



PRAIRIE. 

Prairie. Hords & music: Red River 
Dave McEnery. © 29Dec50; E0224808. 
Red River Dave HcEnery (A) ; 20Mar78; 
RE 1-186. 



THE PRAIRIE. 

The Prairie; a tale. By James 
Fenimore Cooper, introd. : Henry Nash 
Smith. NM: introd. © 8Feb50; A40911. 
Henry Nash Smith (A); 10May78; RE 2-700. 



PRAIRIE CHURCH. 

Prairie church. © 15Mar50; A42320. 
Board of Christian Education, P C S A 
(PHH) ; 13Feb78; BE 587. 



PRAIRIE SCHOONER, SUMMER 1950. See 
A Time for knowing. (RE 733.) 



PRAIRIE SCHOONER, HINTEB 1950. See 
Hard, like Flaubert. (RE 361.) 



PRAISE THE EVERLASTING KING. 

Praise the everlasting King. Husic 
arr. : Ira B. Hilson (Joseph Edward Fox) 
(In The Volunteer choir, June 1950) NH: 
music arr. © 20Apr50; B246286. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PHH) ; 27Har78; 
RE 1-904. 



PRAISE TO GOD, IHMOBTAL PBAISE. 

Praise to God, immortal praise. 
Husic: George E. Turner. (In The Choir 
leader, July 1950) NM: music. 
© 26Hay50; B249250. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PHH); 24Hay78; BE 3-246. 



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RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



PHAISE YE THE LORD. 

Praise ye the Lord. Music: Carrie B. 
Adams. (In The Choir herald, Apr. 1950) 
6Har50; B241553. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 2Har78; RE 880. 



PRETTY GIRL. 

Pretty girl. m Sheldon Paige Fay, u 
Andrus Jackson Hand. © 18Apr50; 
E0200901. Sheldon P. Fay e Andrus 
Jackson Hand (A) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-018. 



PRINCETON IN SPRING. 

Princeton in spring. By Samuel 
Chamberlain. O 15May50; A43977. 
Narcissa G. Chamberlain (A) ; 12Apr78; 
BE 2-241. 



PRAY FOR ME. 

Pray for me. w 6 a Richard Leibert. 
27Sep50; E0217603. Rosemarie Leibert 
(W) , Maryette Beers, Joan Adams, Richard 
W. Leibert 3d, David G. Leibert S Linda 
H. Leibert (Q ; 15May78; RE 2-971. 



PRIDE OF MARYLAND. 

Pride of Maryland. By Republic 
Productions, Inc. © 22Jan51 (in notice: 
1950); LP724. Repix, Inc., a wholly 
owned subsidiary of National Telefilm 
Associates, Inc. (PWH) ; 8May78; 
RE 2-658. 



PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF ... 

Principles and applications of 
waveguide transmission. By George' Clark 
Southworth. © 29Aug50; A47001. Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (PWH) ; 
26May78; BE 3-573. 



PRAYER. 

Prayer. From Haensel and Gretel. 
Music by Humperdinck, arranged for 
S. S.A. with new second verse by Noble 
Cain. NM: arc. for S.S. A. , new second 
verse. © 19Sep50; EP50221. Harriet 
Cain Reisser (C) ; 7Mar78; BE 1-387. 



PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL SEATWORK. 

Primary educational seatwork. RS 107, 
no. 38-43. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
© 8May50; AA150442. Clara Meara Guibor 
d. b. a. Primary Educational Service (A); 
2Jun78; RE 3-1115. 



PRINCIPLES OF AMEBICAN GOVEBNBENT. 

Principles of American government. By 
Albert B. Saye, Merritt B. Pound E John 
F. Allums. © 25Apr50; A43801. Albert 
B. Saye, Merritt B. Pound 6 John F. 
Allums (A); 3Apr78; BE 2-121. 



PRAYER BOOK FOR SABBATH AND FESTIVALS. 

Prayer book for Sabbath and festivals. 
By Philip Birnbaum. © 16May50; A43980. 
Philip Birnbaum (A) ; 7Feb78; RE 364. 



PBAYE8 IN TIME OF WAR. 

Prayer in time of war. For orchestra. 
Music: William Schuman. Study score. 
© 21Apr50; EPU6940. William Schuman 
(A) ; 12Hay78; RE 4-235. 



PREACHING IN THE GREAT TRADITION. 

Preaching in the great tradition. By 
Ray C. Petry. © 31Mar50; A42538. Bay 
C. Petry (A); 16Peb78; RE 590. 



PREBLE'S BOYS. 

Preble's boys. By Fletcher Pratt. 
© 180ct50; A49078. John D. Clark (E) ; 
17Jan78; RE 378. 



PRELUDE TO A SOLEMN MUSIC. 

Prelude to a solemn music; anthem for 
tenor solo and S A T B with organ. 
Words: Adam Fox, music: William H. 
Harris. © 30Oct50; EFO-5606. Anne 
Patricia Eggar (C of William H. Harris) 
G Adam Fox (A) ; 3Jul78; RE 3-780. 



PBELUDE TO PRAYER. 

Prelude to prayer. Words: Ruth Dale, 
pseud, of Ira B. Wilson. (In The 
Volunteer choir, July 1950) NM: words. 
© 31May50; B249249. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH); 24Hay78; RE 3-236. 



PBELDDIOS ENCADENADOS. 

Preludios encadenados. Piano. Music: 
Manuel M. Ponce. 9 28Nov50; EF21628. 
Carlos Vazquez (C) ; 27Feb78; BE 712. 



PBEMIERE EXPEDITION FBANCAISE A0 DESEBT 
BODGE 1948. See 
L'Etreinte du Kalahari. (BE 2-549.) 



PBEMIEEE EXPEDITION FBANCAISE DO DESEBT 
R00GE 1948. See 
Bonsard, l'homme et l'oeuvre. 
(BE 2-550.) 



PBEPABATION AND USE OF A0DIO-VIS0AL ... 

Preparation and use of audio-visual 
aids. By Kenneth B. Haas 6 Harry Q. 
Packer. NM: revisions 6 additions. 
© 29Mar50; A42440. Kenneth B. Haas 6 
Harry Q. Packer (A) ; 1Har78; BE 886. 



PRESTISSIMO. See 

Corrida veloz. (RE 1-839.) 



PRIMARY ED0CATIONAL SEATWORK. 

Primary educational seatwork. RS 108, 
no. 44-50. By Clara Meara Guibor. 
© 8Hay50; AA150443. Clara Meara Guibor 
d.b.a. Primary Educational Service (A); 
2Jun78; BE 3-416. 



PRIMARY EDDCATIONAL SEATWORK. 

Primary educational seatwork. RS 109, 
no. 51-57. By Clara Meara Guibor. 
© 8May50; AA150444. Clara Heara Guibor 
d.b.a. Primary Educational Service (A); 
2Jun78; RE 3-417. 



PRIMARY EDDCATIONAL SEATWOBK. 

Primary educational seatwork. RS 112, 
no. 71-77. By Clara Meara Guibor. 
© 8May50; AA150445. Clara Meara Guibor 
d.b.a. Primary Educational Service (A); 
2Jun78; BE 3-418. 



PBIMABY EDDCATIONAL SEATWOBK. 

Primary educational seatwork. ES 115, 
no. 91-97. By Clara Meara Guibor. 
© 8May50; AA150446. Clara Heara Guibor 
d.b.a. Primary Educational Service (A); 
2Jun78; BE 3-419. 



PBIMABY EDDCATIONAL SEATWOBK. 

Primary educational seatwork. RS 114, 
no. 84-90. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
© 19Hay50; AA1 50968. Clara Heara 
Guibor d.b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A); 2Jun78; BE 3-420. 



PBIMARY EDUCATIONAL SEATWORK. 

Primary educational seatwork. BS 110, 
no. 58-63. By Clara Meara Guibor. 
© 19Hay50; AA150969. Clara Heara 
Guibor d.b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A) ; 2Jun78; RE 3-421. 



PBIMARY EDUCATIONAL SEATWORK. 

Primary educational seatwork. ES 113. 
no. 78-83. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
© 19Hay50; AA150970. Clara Heara 
Guibor d.b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A) ; 2Jun78; RE 3-422. 



PRIMARY EDDCATIONAL SEATWOBK. 

Primary educational seatwork. BS 111, 
no. 64-70. By Clara Heara Guibor. 
© 19May50; AA150971. Clara Heara 
Guibor d.b.a. Primary Educational 
Service (A); 2Jun78; BE 3-423. 



PRINCE IGOB: DANCE OF POLOVJETZKIAN 
HO HEN. See 
Fyrst Igor: Polovjetzkiske kvinders 
dans. (RE 1-827.) 



PBINCIPLES OF ELECTBIC AND HAGNETIC .. 
Principles of electric and magnetic 
circuits. By Warren Benefield Boast. 
© 24Hay50; A44267. Warren B. Boast 
(A) ; 27Feb78; BE 808. 



THE PBINT: CONTACT PRINTING AND 

The Print: contact printing and 
enlarging. By Ansel Adams. (Basic 
photo, no. 3) © 13Jan50; A408 17. 
Ansel Adams (A) ; 17Mar78; BE 1-440. 



PRIVATE ENTEBPBISE. See 

Contributions by Edwin James, pseud. 
of James E. Gunn. (BE 3-813.) 



PBOBLEM SOLVING PEOCESSES OF COLLEGE .. 
Problem solving processes of college 
students: an exploratory investigation. 
By Benjamin S. Bloom t Lois J. Broder. 
(Supplementary educational monography, 
no. 73) © 18Aug50; A46985. Benjamin 
S. Bloom (A) ; 4Hay78; BE 2-873. 



PROBLEMS IN ENGINEERING DRAWING, 

Problems in engineering drawing, 
abridged. By W. J. Luzadder, F. H. 
Thompson 6 J. N. Arnold. 3d ed. NH: 
additions 6 revisions. © 26Apr50; 
AA149335. W. J. Luzadder, F. H. 
Thompson 6 J. N. Arnold (A) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 2-122. 



PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMEBICAN SOCIETY 

Proceedings of the American Society of 
International Law, April 27-29, 1950. 
By Eleanor Harrison Finch. © 3Nov50; 
A167713. American Society of 
International Law (PCW) ; 1Feb78; RE 322. 



PBOCESSIONAL HYHN. 

Processional hymn. Words & music: 
Ellen Jane Lorenz 6 Herman VonBerge. 
(In The Quarterly anthem folio, Apr. 
1950) © 24Feb50; B241547. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PBH) ; 22Feb78; 
BE 662. 



PBOGEESS. 

Progress. Words S music: Jack 

Fishman. © 21Jun50; EFO-3865. Jack 

Fishman (A); 5Hay78; BE 4-145. 



PBOLOG0E TO THE OPEBA PAGLIACCI. 

Prologue to the opera Pagliacci. By 
B. Leoncavallo, English version: Fred G. 
Horitt 6 Dmitry Dobkin. NH: English 
version. © 20ct50; EP49610. Fred G. 
Moritt S Dmitry Dobkin (A) ; 1Hay78; 
BE 2-598. 



1978 



CORRENT REGISTRATIONS 



85 



PBOSA I. 

Prosa I. By Hugo VonHof mannsthal. 
19Dec50; AF13188. S. Fischer Verlag, 
G.B.B.H. (PPW) ; 15Bay78; BE 2-943. 



PSYCHOLOGY IN EVERYDAY LIVING. See 

A Workbook to accompany Psychology in 
everyday living. (BE 8 11.) 



PUBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 18, 
Nay 6, 1950. 4May50; B244637. Xerox 
Corporation (PCW) ; 24Apr78; BE 2-33<4. 



A PROVINCIAL LADY. 

A Provincial lady; a comedy in one 
act. By Ivan Turgenev, new version by 
Biles Halleson- 6 14Bar50; DP65. 
Tania Halleson (W) ; 7Bar78; BE 1-137. 



THE PROVOST'S JEWEL. 

The Provost's jewel. By Elizabeth 
Kyle, pseud, of Agnes B. B. Dunlop, 
ill.: Nora Onwin. © 31Oct50, AI-918; 
23JU151 (in notice: 1950), AA191428. 
Agnes M. B. Dunlop (A); 3Mar78; BE 850. 



PSALB TWENTY-EIGHT. 

Psalm twenty-eight. Music: Herbert 
Henderson. (In The Quarterly anthem 
folio, Apr. 1950) NM: music. 
6 24Feb50; B241547. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 22Fet>78; RE 663. 



PSYCHIATRY. 

Psychiatry; journal for the study of 
interpersonal processes. Vol. 13, no. 
1, Feb. 1950. By David Biesman, James 
Mann, Foris tlenzer et al. B 5Apr50; 
B240507. The William Alanson White 
Psychiatric Foundation, Inc. (PCW) ; 
13Jan78; RE 44. 



PSYCHIATBY. 

Psychiatry. Vol. 13, no. 2, Say 1950. 
By Allen Wheelis, Andras Angyal, David 
Biesman et al. © 14Jul50; B256958. 
The William Alanson White Psychiatric 
Foundation, Inc. (PCW); 13Jan78; BE 45. 



PSYCHIATBY. 

Psychiatry. Vol. 13, no. 3, Aug. 
1950. By Harold D. Lasswell, David 
Biesman, Harry Stack Sullivan et al. 
9 60ct50; B267901. The William Alanson 
White Psychiatric Foundation, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 13Jan78; BE 46. 



PSYCHIATRY. 

Psychiatry. Vol. 13, no. 4, Nov. 
1950. By Horris S. Schwartz, Alfred H. 
Stanton, Patrick Bullahy et al. 
6 15Dec50; B280083. The William 
Alanson White Psychiatric Foundation, 
Inc. (PCW); 13Jan78; BE 47. 



THE PSYCHOANALYSIS OF ELATION. 

The Psychoanalysis of elation. By 
Bertram D. Lewin. © 15May50 A43957. 
David B. Lewin 6 Barbara L. Schwartz 
(C) ; 2Jun78; RE 3-411. 



THE PSYCHOANALYTIC QUARTERLY. 

The Psychoanalytic quarterly. Vol. 
19, no. 4. 6 18Dec50; B279914. The 
Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Inc. (PCW) ; 
16Feb78; BE 476. 



PSYCHOLOGY APPLIED TO LIFE AND WOBK. 

Psychology applied to life and work. 
By Harry W. Hepner. 2d ed. NB: 
additions 6 revisions. 1May50; 
A43745. Harry W. Hepner (A); 3May78; 
BE 2-717. 



PSYCHOLOGY IN EVEBYDAY LIVING. 

Psychology in everyday living. By 
Ralph Leslie Johns. 6 1Feb50; A40563. 
Ralph Leslie Johns (A); 23Feb78; BE 812. 



PSYCHOSOBATIC MEDICINE. 

Psychosomatic medicine. By Franz 
Alexander. O 12Jun50; A44715. Anita 
V. Alexander (W) ; 13Bar78; BE 1-187. 



PSYCHOTHERAPY AND A CHRISTIAN VIEW ... 

Psychotherapy and a Christian view of 
man. By David E. Roberts. 27Mar50; 
A43021. Elinor Roberts (W) ; 9Jun78; 
RE 3-789. 



POBLIC OPINION QUARTERLY, JAN. 31, 1950. 
See 
Implementation of opinion survey 
standards. (BE 126.) 



POBLIC EELATIONS HANDBOOK. 

Public relations handbook. By Philip 
Lesly. S 27Jan50; A40484. Philip 
Lesly (A) ; 24Feb78; BE 818. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 3, 
Jan. 21, 1950. By B. B. Bowker 
Company. Q 19Jan50; B230154. Xerox 
Corporation (PCW); 21Mar78; BE 1-031. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 7, 
Feb. 18, 1950. By B. B. Bowker 
Company. © 16Feb50; B242987. Xerox 
Corporation (PCW) ; 24Har78; BE 1-388. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 21, 
Bay 27, 1950. 6 25Hay50; B249222. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 1-857. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 4, 
Jan. 28, 1950. © 26Jan50; B230155. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW); 13Apr78; 

HE 1-858. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 13, 
Apr. 1, 1950. 30Bar50; B242511. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW); 24Apr78; 
BE 2-329. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 14, 
Apr. 8, 1950. © 6Apr50 ; B243195. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 24Apr78; 
BE 2-330. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 15, 
Apr. 15, 1950. © 13Apr50; B243196. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 24Apr78; 
BE 2-331. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 16, 
Apr. 22, 1950. © 20Apr50; B243197. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW); 24Apr78; 
RE 2-332. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 17, 
Apr. 29, 1950. © 27Apr50; B244188. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 24Apr78; 
RE 2-333. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 19, 
May 13, 1950. © 11May50; B246276. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 24Apr78; 
RE 2-335. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 20, 
May 20, 1950. © 18May50; B247288. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 24Apr78; 
RE 2-336. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 22, 
June 3, 1950. © Uun50; B249223. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 3Bay78; 
RE 2-411. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 24, 
June 17, 19S0. © 15Jun50; B252027. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 26Apr78; 
BE 2-600. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 8, 
Feb. 25, 1950. © 23Feb50; B242988. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW); 9Hay78; 
RE 2-676. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 12, 
Bar. 25, 1950. © 23Bar50; B242990. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 9May78; 
RE 2-677. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 10, 
Bar. 11, 1950. © 9Bar50; B242991. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 9Bay78; 
RE 2-678. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 11, 
Mar. 18, 1950. © 16Mar50; B242992. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW); 9May78; 
RE 2-679. 



POBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 158, no. 1, 
July 1, 1950. © 29Jun50; B253229. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW); 9May78; 
BE 2-680. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 25/ 
June 24, 1950. © 22Jun50; B252028. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW); 9Bay78; 
BE 2-681. 



PUBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 158, no. 2, 
July 8, 1950. © 6Jul50; B255076. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 15Bay78; • 
RE 3-036. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 158, no. 3, 
July 15, 1950. © 13JU150; B255980. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 22Bay78; 
BE 3-186. 



POBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 23, 
June 10, 1950. © 8Jun50; B250319. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 12Jun78; 
BE 3-465. 



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RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



PUBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 157, no. 9, 
Mar. 4, 1950. 2Mar50; B242989. 
Xerox Corporation (PCH) ; 9May78; 
BE 3-1166. 



PUBLISHERS HEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 158, no. 4, 
July 22, 1950. S 20JU150; B257184. 
Xerox Corporation (PCS) ; 30Hay78; 
BE 3-167. 



PUBLISHERS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 158, no. 5, 
July 29, 1950. © 27JU150; B258050. 
Xerox Corporation (PCH) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 3-706. 



(A) 6 N. B. Carter (W) ; 7Mar78; 
BE 1-13<». 



POT IT IN JERBY'S BOOH. 

Put it in Jerry's room. Melody 
writer: Charles F. Kenny, lyric writer: 
Nick Kenny. 3Nov50; EU220373. 
Charles P. Kenny (A) , M. Joy Dickens £ 
Patricia T. Goebel (C of Nick Kenny) ; 
23Jan78; BE 134. 



POTT, POTT POLKA. 

Putt, putt polka. w B id Carl Lind, 
pseud, of Carl Leroy Lindbom, Jimmy 
Lind, pseud, of Otto Lindbom 6 Bobert 
Hudson Duffee. 26Apr50; EU201894. 
Carl Leroy Lindbom G Otto Lindbom (A); 
10Apr78; BE 2-257. 



THE QOIET LIGHT. 

The Quiet light. By Louis DeWohl. 
27Peb50, AIO-338; 29May50, A45079. 
Buth Magdalene DeWohl (W) ; 7Mar78; 
BE 1-177. 



THE QUIET NOISY BOOK. 

The Quiet noisy book. Story by 
Margaret Wise Brown, pictures by Leonard 
Weisgard. © 20Sep50; A47744. Roberta 
Brown Bauch (E) 6 Leonard Weisgard (A); 
8May78; BE 2-768. 



THE QUILTING BEE. 

The Quilting bee. No. 1374. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Bobertson 
Moses) © 26Apr50; GU16133. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; BE 1-634. 



PUBLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 158, no. 7, 
Aug. 12, 1950. 10Aug50; B261924. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 15Jun78; 
BE 3-707. 



P0BLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 158, no. 8, 
Aug. 19, 1950. © 17Aug50; B260701. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 21Jun78; 

BE 3-948. 



P0BLISHEBS HEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly- Vol. 157, no. 5, 
Feb. 4, 1950. © 2Feb50; B237732. 
Xerox Corporation (PCH) ; 9Jun78; 
RE 3-94 9. 



6, 



P0BLISHEBS WEEKLY. 

Publishers weekly. Vol. 158, no. 
Aug. 5, 1950. © 3Aug50; B261923. 
Xerox Corporation (PCW) ; 16Jun78; 
RE 3-950. 



POELLABE GBEMIUM. 

Puellare gremium. For three single 
women's or men's voices, three part 
men's or women's chorus, six part mixed 
chorus or six single mixed voices, 
harmonium or organ ad lib. Tran- 
scription-translation: Dom Anselm 
Hughes, editing for practical music: 
Percy Aldridge Grainger. NM: editing 6 
transcription-translation. © 15Nov50; 
EP52450. Ella Grainger (W) ; 12May78; 
BE 3-135. 



P0MPEBNICKEL. 

Pumpernickel. Music: Serge Chaloff. 
© 24Feb50; EH195084. Serge Chaloff 
(A) ; 7Apr78; RE 3-329. 



Q0AKER SERVICE IN MODERN WAR. 

Quaker service in modern war. By 
Howard E. Kershner. © 29Mar50; A42435. 
Howard E. Kershner (A) ; 1Mar78; BE 885. 



THE QOAETERLY ANTHEM FOLIO. 

The Quarterly anthem folio. No. 55, 
Apr. 1950. © 24Feb50; B241547. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCH); 22Feb78; 
BE 664. 



THE QOAETERLY ANTHEM FOLIO, APE. 1950. 

See 
I lift mine eyes to the hills. 

(BE 661.) 
Processional hymn. (EE 662.) 
Psalm twenty-eight. (BE 663.) 
The Righteous live forevermore. 

(RE 665.i) 



Q0ARTET FOB CLABINET, VIOLIN, VIOLA .. 
Quartet for clarinet, violin, viola 
and cello. By Alan Bawsthorne. 
© 1Jun50; EFO-4168. Mrs. Alan 
Rawsthorne (H) ; 25May78; RE 3-260. 



Q0AT00E CONCERTANT. 

Quatuor concertant. Pour flute, 
violon, violoncello et piano. m Otto 
Mortensen. Partition et parties. 
© 29Dec50; EFO-7697. Otto Mortensen 
(A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-828. 



Q0E SI, QOE NO. See 
Maybe yes, maybe no. 



(RE 2-668.) 



A QUILTING BEE. 

A Quilting bee. No. 1407. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Mary Robertson Moses) 
© 24Jul50; G016652. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.) ; 12Jun78; RE 3-715. 



Q0INTO PATIO. 

Quinto patio. Words 6 music: Luis 
Arcaraz. © 28Dec50; EF18498. Maria 
DeLaPaz Genesta DeArcaraz (W) 6 Luis 
Arcaraz Carrasco (C) ; 27Feb78; BE 711. 



QUISIEEA SABEE. 

Quisiera saber. Words 6 music: 
Rodolfo DelCaapo. © 28Dec50; 
EFO-18497. Editorial Mexicana de Musica 
Internacional (PHH) ; 16Mar78; BE 1-796. 



RADIANT STARS. 

Radiant stars. SSATB. Musical arr. 
Peter Norman, pseud, of Morten J. 
Luvaas. From the work by Cesar Cui. 
NM: arr. 20Jun50; EP48112. Agnes 
Luvaas (W) ; 7Apr78; BE 2-172. 



BADIO AND TELEVISION. 

Radio and television. By Giraud 
Chester 6 Garnet B. Garrison. 
© 20Sep50; A47609. Giraud Chester 6 
Garnet B. Garrison (A) ; 1Har78; RE 889. 



RADIO AND TELEVISION ACTING: 

Radio and television acting: 
criticism, theory and practice. By 
Edwin Duerr. 21Feb50; A41213. Edwin 
Duerr (A); 23Mar78; BE 1-162. 



PUNKY P0NKIN, THE HAPPY P0MPKIN. 

Punky Punkin, the happy pumpkin. 
Words 6 music: Cy Coben. © 22Aug50; 
EP48274. Cy Coben (A); 3Apr78; 
RE 2-093. 



QOE TE PILLA EL TOEO. 

Que te pilla el toro. Words 6 music: 
Agustin Novoa Gomez. S 250ct50; 
EFO-6373. Musica del Sur (PHH) ; 3Mar78; 
BE 911. 



THE RADIO IMP. 

The Eadio imp. By Archie Binns. 
© 6Mar50; A41675. Archie Binns (A); 
8May78; BE 2-777. 



PONY EXPBESS. 

Puny express. By Oniversal 
International. 18Apr51 (in notice: 
1950); MP1181. Oniversal City Studios, 
Inc. (PHH); 27Apr78; BE 2-500. 



THE PURSUIT OF PLENTY: THE STOBY OF .. 
The Pursuit of plenty: the story of 
man's expanding domain. By A. G. 
Mezerik. © 27Sep50; A48078. A. G. 
Mezerik (A) ; 17Hay78; EE 3-042. 



QUERIDA MEANS DABLING. 

Querida means darling. m Bichard 
Freitas, w Mary Freitas. © 22Dec50; 
EP55044. Bichard Freitas (A); 9Jan78; 
BE 36. 



QUESTION MABK. 

Question mark, w 6 m Johnny Mercer. 
© 15Dec50; E0224377. Elizabeth Mercer 
(W), John Jefferson Mercer 6 Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-045. 



BADIO PLAYS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. 

Radio plays for young people. By 
Halter A. Hackett. © 4May50; A44518. 
Walter A. Hackett (A) ; 12Apr78; 
BE 2-517. 



RADIO SONGS AND CHORUSES. See 

I am saved, hallelujah! (BE 3-579.) 
I'm in His care. (BE 3-580.) 
Jesus is the rock of ages. (BE 3-581.) 
Walking together. (EE 3-582.) 



PUSS IN BOOTS. 

Puss in Boots; basic pantomime in 
three acts. By Trudy Best 6 Conrad 
Carter. 21Nov50; DF46. Trudy Best 



THE Q0E0E OF KI-L0. See 

Double the trouble. (EE 1-754.) 



BADIOGEAPHIC ATLAS OF SKELETAL 

Badiographic atlas of skeletal 
development of the hand and wrist. By 
Hilliam Baiter Greulich 6 S. Idell Pyle. 
S 22Mar50; A42773. Hilliam Halter 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



87 



RADIOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF (CON.) 

Greulich S S. Idell Pyle (A); 27t1ar78; 
RE 1-999. 



RAG TIHE DAN. 

Rag time Dan. w 6 m Stan Freberg 6 
Cliff ie Stone. 9 14Dec50; E0223732. 
Stan Freberg E Cliffie Stone (A); 
17Apr78; BE 2-326. 



RAILROAD BOOGIE. 

Railroad boogie. By James Weldon 
Lane. 9 18Jul50; E0209764. James 
Ueldon Lane (A); 6Feb78; RE 355. 



RAILROADS DOWN THE VALLEYS: SOME 

Railroads down the valleys: some short 
lines of the Oregon country. By Randall 
Vause Mills. 9 30NOV50; A50770. Hazel 
Emery Mills (W) ; 9Jan78; RE 27. 



RAIN ON THE HIND. 

Rain on the wind. By Halter Hacken. 
6 13Sep50, AI-2912; 24Apr51 (in notice: 
1950), A54787. Margaret M. Macken (H) ; 
8May78; RE 3-060. 



A RAINY DAY. 

A Rainy day. From the production 
Holiday in Paris. Author/composer: 
Donald Heywood. 9 28Dec50; EP52247. 
Ivonne E. Johnson (NK); 6Mar78; RE 796. 



RAINY WEATHER BLOES. 

Rainy weather blues. Hords 6 music: 
Hilton Larkin. 9 24Feb50; E0195088. 
Hilton Larkin (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-331. 



RAMBLIN' SOMAN. 

Ramblin' woman. w & m Joshua Johnson. 
9 4Oct50; E0217515. Joshua Johnson 
(A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-315. 



THE RANCH. 

The Ranch. No. 1414. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Hary Robertson Moses) 
9 24Jul50; GD16659. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t. a. ); 12Jun78; RE 3-722. 



RANCH ROMANCES. 

Ranch romances. Vol. 161, no. 2, Oct. 
13, 1950. 6 15Sep50; B267977. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 3-960. 



division of C B S, Inc. (PCH); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-967. 



RANCH ROMANCES. 

Ranch romances. Vol. 162, no. 3, Dec. 
22, 1950. O 24Nov50; B277993. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-9 68. 



RANCH ROMANCES. 

Ranch romances. Vol. 162, no. 4, Jan. 
5, 1951. 9 8Dec50; B289325. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-973. 



RANCH ROMANCES. 

Ranch romances. Vol. 163, no. 1, Jan. 
19, 1951. 9 22Dec50; B289326. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-974. 



RAND MCNALLY HORLD ATLAS. 

Rand HcNally world atlas. 9 20Jun50; 
A45132. Rand HcNally 6 Company (PHH) ; 
27Har78; RE 1-936. 



RANDOM HARVEST. 

Random harvest; a play in 3 acts. 
Dramatised by Barbara Toy 8 Moie 
Charles. From the work of James Hilton. 
9 11Aug50; DP355. Barbara Toy (A 6 E) ; 
30Hay78; RE 3-593. 



RANGE RIDERS RESTERN. 

Range riders western. Vol. 23, no. 2, 
Oct. 1950. 9 3Aug50; B264659. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-959. 



RANGE RIDERS HESTERN. 

Range riders western. Vol. 23, no. 4, 
Dec. 1950. 9 3Oct50; B274196. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-964. 



RANGE RIDERS RESTERN. 

Range riders western. Vol. 24, no. 1, 
Feb. 1951. 9 7Dec50; B285363. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-971. 



9 18Apr51 (in notice: 1950); LP876. 
Oniversal City Studios, Inc. (PHH) ; 
27Apr78; HE 2-491. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
341, Sept. 1950. NM: compilation 6 
condensation of prev. pub. material plus 
some original material. 9 23Aug50; 
B260170. The Reader's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCH) ; 12flay78; 
HE 3-090. 



THE HEADER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
341, Sept. 1950. School ed. NM: 
compilation & condensation of prev. pub. 
material plus some original material. 
9 23Aug50; B260171. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCH); 12May78; 
RE 3-091. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
341, Sept. 1950. Teachers' ed. NM: 
compilation 6 condensation of prev. pub. 
material plus some original material. 
23Aug50; B260172. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCH) ; 12May78; 
RE 3-092. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
342, Oct. 1950. Teachers' ed. NM: 
compilation 6 condensation of prev. pub. 
material plus some original material. 
9 22Sep50; B265380. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCH); 12Hay78; 
RE 3-093. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
342, Oct. 1950. NM: compilation 6 
condensation of prev. pub. material plus 
some original material. 9 22Sep50; 
B265381. The Reader's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCH); 12May78; 
RE 3-094. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
342, Oct. 1950. School ed. NH: 
compilation & condensation of prev. pub. 
material plus some original material. 
9 22Sep50; B265382. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCH) ; 12Hay78; 
RE 3-095. 



RANCH ROMANCES. 

Ranch romances. Vol. 161, no. 3, Oct. 
27, 1950. 9 29Sep50; B267978. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-961. 



RAPSODIA FLAMENCO C0BANA. 

Rapsodia flamenco cubana. Music: 
Marino Barreto (Jose Bernabe Marino 
Barreto Casanova) 9 5Dec50; EFO-6374. 
Jose Bernabe Marino Barreto Casanova 
(pseud. : Marino Barreto) (A) ; 3Mar78; 
RE 1-497. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
343, Nov. 1950. NH: compilation 6 
condensation of prev. pub. material plus 
some original material. 9 250ct50; 
B270390. The Reader's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCH) ; 12Hay78; 
RE 3-096. 



RANCH ROMANCES. 

Ranch romances. Vol. 161, no. 4, Nov. 
10, 1950. 6 30ct50; B274233. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH) ; 30Jun78; 
HE 3-965. 



RANCH ROHANCES. 

Ranch romances. Vol. 162, no. 1, Nov. 
24, 1950. 9 27Oct50; B274234. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCH) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 3-966. 



RANCH ROHANCES. 

Ranch romances. Vol. 162, no. 2, Dec. 
8, 1950. 10Nov50; B277992. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 



RAPSODIE POOR PIANO ET ORCHESTRA. 

Rapsodie pour piano et orchestra. 
Edition avec un second piano, m Paul 
Bonneau. 9 29Dec50; EF19579. Paul 
Bonneau (A) ; 22Jun78; RE 4-132. 



RATHER COOL FOR MAYHEM. 

Rather cool for mayhem. By Lawrence 
G. Blochman. Partial serialization 
under title Cocktails at Blindian's Lake 
pub. Jan. 1948 in Collier's. NH: 
additions. 9 21Hov50; A50110. 
Marguerite Haillard Blochman (H) ; 
30Jan78; RE 221. 



RAY ANTHONY AND HIS ORCHESTRA. 

Ray Anthony and his orchestra. By 
Oniversal Pictures Company, Inc. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
343, Nov. 1950. Teachers' ed. NM: 
compilation 6 condensation of prev. pub. 
material plus some original material. 
9 25Oct50; B270391. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCH); 12May78; 
RE 3-097. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
343, Nov. 1950. School ed. NM: 
compilation 6 condensation of prev. pub. 
material plus some original articles. 
6 25oct50; B270392. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCH); 12May78; 
RE 3-098. 



88 



RENEWALS 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
344, Dec. 1950. School ed. NM: 
compilation 6 condensation of prev. pub. 
material plus some original articles. 
24Nov50; B275623. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCW) ; 12Hay78; 
RE 3-099. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
344, Dec. 1950. NM: compilation G 
condensation of prev. pub. material plus 
some original articles. © 24Nov50; 
B275624. The Reader's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCW) ; 12Hay78; 
BE 3-100. 



RECENT MIGRATION TO CHICAGO. 

Recent migration to Chicago. By 
Ronald Freedman. O 29Dec50; A51555. 
Ronald Freedman (A); 23Har78; RE 1-735. 



EECONSTR0CTION IN PHILOSOPHY. 

Reconstruction in philosophy. By John 
Dewey, editor's notes by Eduard C. 
Lindeman. NM: editor's notes. 
6 1Sep50; A48484. Hazel T. Lindeman 
(W) ; 5May78; RE 2-705. 



RECOVERY NEWS. 

Recovery news. Feb. 1950. © 17Feb50; 
B233213. Phyllis Low Cameron & Marilyn 
Low Schmitt (PCW) ; 24May78; RE 3-441. 



RED, WHITE, AND BLUE. See 

Keep a-lookin' straight ahead. 
(RE 2-029.) 



(RED, WHITE AND BLOE) KEEP A-LOOKIN' .. 

(Red, white and blue) keep a-lookin' 
straight ahead. From Red, white and 
blue. Music: David Rose, lyrics by 
Sammy Cahn. NM : music. © 6Nov50; 
EP52682. David Rose (A) ; 17Apr78; 
BE 2-289. 



RED BOOK. 

Redbook. Vol. 95, no. 6, Oct. 1950. 
© 29Sep50; B267957. The Redbook 
Publishing Company (PCW); 5Apr78; 
RE 2-127. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 57, no. 
344, Dec. 1950. Teachers' ed. NM: 
compilation 6 condensation of prev. pub. 
material plus some original articles. 
© 24Nov50; B275625. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCW) ; 12May78; 
RE 3-101. 



THE READER' S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 58, no. 
315, Jan. 1951. Teachers ed. , rev. NM: 
revision, compilation S additions. 
9 22Dec50; B279396. The Readers Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCW); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-652. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 58, no. 
345, Jan. 1951. School ed. , rev. NM: 
revision, compilation 6 additions. 
© 22Dec50; B279398. The Reader's 
Digest Association, Inc. (PCW) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 3-653. 



THE READER'S DIGEST. 

The Reader's digest. Vol. 58, no. 
345, Jan. 1951. Rev. ed. NM: revision, 
compilation S additions. © 22Dec50; 
B279400. The Reader's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCW); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-654. 



READING EASE CALC0LATOR. See 
How to use the Reading ease 
calculator. (BE 1-456.) 



READINGS IN AMERICAN NATIONAL 

Readings in American national 
government. By David Fellman. 2d ed. 
NM: introd., notes, revisions 6 
additions. 9 17Apr50; A43188. David 
Fellman (A) ; 12May78; BE 3-045. 



REBEL YELL. 

Rebel yell. Words and music: Herb 
Waters 6 Alan Jeffreys. © 28Dec50; 
EP51713. Herb Waters S Alan Jeffreys 
(A) ; 6Mar78; RE 783. 



REBOUND. 

[Rebound, and other contributions] By 
Jane Merchant. © Elizabeth Merchant 
(E); REG Uun78; BE 3-406. 

Rebound. (In The Christian home, Nov. 

1950) P0B 12Sep50; B265579. 
Of laughter. (In The Improvement era, 

Nov. 1950) P0B 250ct50; B275669. 
Natural law. (In Cosmopolitan, July 
1950) P0B 30Jun50; B253102. 



REBOILDING RURAL AMEBICA. 

Rebuilding rural America; new designs 
for community life. By Earle Hitch. 
© 15Mar50; A41899. Earle Hitch (A); 
15Jun78; RE 4-054. 



RECOVERY NEWS. 

Recovery news. Mar. 1950. © 27Mar50; 
B239060. Phyllis Low Cameron 6 Marilyn 
Low Schmitt (PCW) ; 24May78; BE 3-442. 



RECOVERY NEWS. 

Recovery news. May 1950. © 5Hay50; 
B245924. Phyllis Low Cameron 6 Marilyn 
Low Schmitt (PCW) ; 24May78; BE 3-443. 



BECOVEBY NEWS. 

Becovery news. June 1950. S 23Jun50; 
B251280. Phyllis Low Cameron 6 Marilyn 
Low Schmitt (PCW); 24May78; RE 3-444. 



RECOVERY NEWS. 

Recovery news. Aug. 1950. © 16Aug50; 
B259622. Phyllis Low Cameron 6 Harilyn 
Low Schmitt (PCW); 24May78; RE 3-445. 



RECOVERY NEWS. 

Recovery news. Sept. 1950. 
© 29Sep50; B268293. Phyllis Low 
Cameron S Marilyn Low Schmitt (PCW) 
24May78; RE 3-446. 



BECOVERY NEWS. 

Recovery news. Nov. 1950. © 29Nov50; 
B275980. Phyllis Low Cameron 6 Marilyn 
Low Schmitt (PCW) ; 24Hay78; RE 3-447. 



BECOVEBY NEWS. 

Recovery news. Dec. 1950. © 8Jan51 
(in notice: 1950) ; B281945. Phyllis 
Low Cameron 6 Marilyn Low Schmitt (PCW) 
24May78; BE 3-911. 



BED FLAG ON THE HIGH SEAS. 

Red flag on the high seas. By Norman 
Beilly Raine. (In The Saturday evening 
post, Nov. 4, 1950) © 1NOV50; B272251. 
Elizabeth Raine (W) ; 25Jan78; RE 302. 



BED JUICE. 

Red juice. v 6 m Jessie Mae Bobinson. 
© 24JU150; E0211234. June M. Draper 
(C) ; 20Jun78; BE 3-832. 



BED NICHOLS AND HIS FIVE PENNIES ... 

Bed Nichols and His Five Pennies 
telescriptions. By Snader Teles- 
criptions Corporation. © 200ct50; 
MP917. Pathe News, Inc. (PiH) ; 15May78; 
BE 2-953. 



BED STBEAK OF THE IBOQ0OIS. 

Bed Streak of the Iroquois. By Arthur 
Caswell Parker. 6 20Apr50; A43375- 
Children's Press Division, Hegensteiner 
Publishing Enterprises, Inc. (PWH) ; 
17Apr78; BE 2-278. 



BEDBOOK. 

Bedbook. Vol. 96, no. 1, Nov. 1950. 
© 270ct50; B272762. The Redbook 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 5Apr78; 
BE 2-128. 



BEDBOOK. 

Bedbook. Vol. 96, no. 2, Dec. 1950. 
© 24Nov50; B276617. The Bedbook 
Publishing Company (PCW); 5Apr78; 
BE 2-129. 



BEDBOOK. 

Redbook. Vol. 96, no. 3, Jan. 1951. 
© 27Dec50; B282000. The Redbook 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 5Apr78; 
BE 2-130. 



BEDBOOK, OCT. 1950. See 

why, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (BE 3-574.) 



REFLEXIONS S0R LA COND0ITE DE LA VIE. 

Beflexions sur la conduite de la vie. 
By Alexis Carrel. © 15Nov50; AFO-3398. 
Jarret DeLaMairie (PPW) ; 17Apr78; 
BE 2-552. 



BEGIONAL SURVEY MAP, DRAINAGE WITH ... 

Begional survey map, drainage with 
well data, from lat. N. 25 degrees 45 
minutes to N. 27 degrees, from long. W. 
97 degrees to W. 98 degrees. By Edgar 
Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole 
owner. Scale 1" = 8 000'. © 26Dec50; 
F9897. Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 
9Jan78; BE 274. 



REGIONAL SURVEY MAP, DBAINAGE WITH 

Regional survey map, drainage with 
well data, from lat. N. 29 degrees to N. 
30 degrees, from long. W. 98 degrees to 
W. 99 degrees. By Edgar Tobin Aerial 
Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole owner. Scale 
1" = 8 000'. © 27Dec50; F9908. Tobin 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 9Jan78; RE 275. 



REGIONAL SURVEY MAP, FROM LAT. N. 33 

Regional survey map, from lat. N. 33 
degrees 30 minutes to N. 34 degrees, 
from long. W. 101 degrees to W. 101 
degrees 30 minutes. By Edgar Tobin 
Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole owner. 
Scale 1" = 4 000'. © 28Dec50; F10188. 
Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PWH); 9Jan78; 
RE 276. 



REINA EORINQ0EN. 

Reina boringuen. Letra y musica: 
Esther Forero. © 9Nov50; E0221313. 
Esther Forero (A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-473. 



THE BEINGOLD [SIC] 

The Reingold [sic] From Richard 
Wagner opera. Ring. By Elisabeth Fodor. 



1978 



CORRENT REGISTRATIONS 



89 



THE REINGOLD [SIC] (CON.) 

9Nov50; G017306. Elisabeth Fodor 

(A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-233. 



REJOICE THE LORD IS KING. 

Rejoice the Lord is King; hymn-anthem. 
Arr. for S. A. T. voices: Henry Pfohl. 
23Aug50; EP50067. Harold Flamaer, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 5Jun78; RE 3-612. 



THE RELUCTANT REBELS: THE STOBY OF ... 

The Reluctant rebels: the story of the 
Continental Congress, 1774-1789. By 
Lynn Hontross. © 15Feb50; A41022. 
Lois H. Montross (W) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-421. 



REHINSTON ON BANKRUPTCY. 

Remington on bankruptcy. Vol. 2-U, 
4A-11 6 general index, 1950 suppl. By 
Arnold R. Ginsburg. 9 on additions 6 
revisions; 8Har50; AA145559. The 
Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company 
(PWH); 10Mar78; RE 1-168. 



BEHOLINO. 

Remolino. Words S music: Alberto 
Videz. © 29Dec50; EPO-6055. Editorial 
Mexicana de Husica Internacional (PWH) ; 
16Har78; RE 1-799. 



RENAISSANCE POETRY. 

Renaissance poetry. By Maynard Hack, 
Leonard Dean £ William Frost. (English 
masterpieces, v. 3) © 27Jun50; A45287. 
Maynard Hack, Leonard Dean £ Hilliam 
Frost (A); 7Jun78; RE 3-758. 



RENASCENT. 

Renascent; piano score and words. 
Music 6 words: Paul Steyer Graf, musical 
arr. Michael Paul Sperl, Jr. 6 24Har50; 
E0198 179. Paul Steyer Graf 6 Hichael 
Paul Sperl, Jr. (A) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-513. 



REPORTS OF CASES DETERHINED IN THE 

Reports of cases determined in the 
District Courts of Appeal of the State 
of California. Vol. 91, 2d ser. By 
Bernard Ernest Witkin, William 
Nankervis, Jr. 6 Hargaret Ruegg Burns. 
NM: headnotes, summaries, tables £ 
index. © 9Jun50; AA155230. 
Bancroft- Whitney Company (PWH) ; 24Mar78; 
RE 1-589. 



THE RESCUE ON STATION CHARLIE. 

The Rescue on Station Charlie. By 
Paul B. Cronk. (In Atlantic monthly, 
July 1950) 6 8JU150; B249688. Paul B. 
Cronk (A); 5Jul78; RE 3-909. 



RESPONSES FOR GENERAL WORSHIP. See 
Eighteen responses for general 
worship. (RE 1-912.) 



RESPONSIBLE CHRISTIANITY: LEAVEN OF 

Responsible Christianity: leaven of a 
free society. By Justin Wroe Nixon. 
© 12Apr50; A42947. Ida W. Nixon (W) ; 
30Hay78; RE 3-480. 



REST ASSURED. 

Rest assured. By Donald Payton. 
© 6Sep50; DP281. The Heuer Publishing 
Company (PWH); 12Apr78; RE 2-047. 



RESTAURANT AU HONT CENIS. 

Restaurant au Hont Cenis. By Maurice 
Dtrillo, author of renewable matter: 
Anton Schutz. 6 26JU150; H1891. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Mar78; RE 1-002. 



RESTLESS. 

Restless. w Dick Banning, m Jimmy 
Lytell. © 15Feb50; EP43981. Dick 
Banning S Jimmy Lytell (A); 6Har78; 
BE 1-026. 



REVERIE OF A ROSE. 

Reverie of a rose. By Hovsep Pushman. 
Q 25Apr50; G016096. Arsene Pushman E 
Armand Pushman (C) ; 8Jun78; RE 2-986. 



REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS. 

Review of economics and statistics. 
Vol. 32, no. 1, Feb. 1950. HHar50; 
B244782. President and Fellows of 
Harvard College (PCW) ; 13flar78; 
RE 1-254. 



REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS. 

Review of economics and statistics. 
Vol. 32, no. 2, Bay 1950. 24Bay50; 
B248037. President and Fellows of 
Harvard College (PCW) ; 22Bay78; 
RE 3-636. 



RHAPSODY. 

Rhapsody. No. 2, op. 79. For 
orchestra. By Brahms, arr. Quinto 
flaganini. NM: arr. 15Nov50; 
EP51415. Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini 
(W) ; 12Apr78; RE 2-244. 



BHEINGOLD. See 

The Reingold [sic] (RE 1-233.) 



RHUMBA IMPROMPTU. 

Rhumba impromptu. Husic: Boss 
Raphael. © 17Bay50; E0204191. Ro£ 
Raphael (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-338. 



RIDE ON, LITTLE GIRL. 

Ride on, little girl. Words 6 music: 
Billy Wright. © 26Jan50; EU191598. 
Billy Wright (A) ; 7Apr78; BE 3-325. 



RIDEBS IN THE NIGHT. 

Riders in the night. By Lee Floren. 
6 8Jun50; A44587. Lee Floren (A); 
21Apr78; RE 2-522. 



EL RENO. 

El Reno. Words E music: Eudy Sooter. 
© 24Aug50; EP48545. Rudy Sooter (A) ; 
16Jan78; RE 285. 



RENO'S SILVER SPURS AWARDS. 

Reno 1 s Silver Spurs awards. By 
Columbia Pictures Corporation. (Screen 
snapshots) © 22Dec50; BP775. Columbia 
Pictures Industries, Inc. (PWH) ; 
20Mar78; RE 1-598. 



REPORTS OF CASES DETERMINED IN THE 

Reports of cases determined in the 
District Court of Appeals of the State 
of California. Vol. 93, 2d series. NH: 
headnotes, summaries, tables, index. 
5Bay50; AA150226. Bancroft-Whitney 
Company (PWH); 24Mar78; BE 1-574. 



REPORTS OF CASES DETERHINED IN THE 

Reports of cases determined in the 
District Courts of Appeal of the State 
of California. Vol. 91, 2d series. By 
Bernard Ernest Witkin. NM: headnotes, 
summaries, tables, index. 6 10Bar50; 
AA1 45057. Bancroft-Whitney Company 
(PWH) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-377. 



RESTLESS JOHNNY. 

Restless Johnny; the story of Johnny 
Appleseed. Text: Ruth Langland Holberg, 
ill.: Lloyd Coe. 6 17Feb50; A41304. 
Ruth Langland Holberg (A); 19Jun78; 
BE 4-06 0. 



BETIBED RANGER. 

Retired Banger. By Trendle-Striker. 
(The Lone Banger, no. 2668-1893) 
© 20Har50; D023874. Lone Banger 
Television, Inc. (PWH); 16Jun78; 
BE 3-525. 



BETDBN FROM WASHINGTON. 

Return from Washington. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 148) 6 1Nov50; AA165417. Sara 
Audley E Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
BE 3-502. 



RETURNING TO ME. 

Returning to me. w E m Henry Russell 
(Henry Bussell Olson) 6 5Sep50; 
E0214264. Cuguita Russell (W) E Jensina 
H. Shepard (C) ; 26May78; BE 2-896. 



THE RIGHTEOUS LIVE FOREVEBMORE. 

The Righteous live forevermore. 
Husic: Boger C. Wilson. (In The 
Quarterly anthem folio, Apr. 1950) NB: 
music. 6 24Feb50; B241547. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH); 22Feb78; 
BE 665. 



THE BIO KID WESTERN. 

The Rio Kid western. Vol. 21, no. 2, 
Nov. 1950. © 11Sep50; B268499. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW); 30Jun78; 
BE 3-962. 



THE BIO KID WESTEBN. 

The Rio Kid western. Vol. 21. no. 3, 
Jan. 1951. © 7Nov50; B280553. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCS) ; 30Jun78; 
BE 3-970. 



BISE UP AND WALK. 

Bise up and walk. By Turnley Walker. 
© 21Jun50; A45052. Turnley Walker (A): 
9Jan78; BE 28. 



REPORTS OF CASES DETERHINED IN THE 

Reports of cases determined in the 
District Courts of Appeal of the State 
of California. Vol. 92, 2d series. NH: 
headnotes, summaries, tables, index. 
6 5Apr50; AA1 48685. Bancroft-Whitney 
Company (PWH); 24Har78; RE 1-563. 



REUNION IN SICILY. 

Beunion in Sicily. By Jerre Bangione. 
© 15Jun50; A45203. Jerre Mangione (A) ; 
3Har78; RE 945. 



REUNION IN THE SKY. 

Reunion in the sky. Words E music: Pa 
Johnson (Jess Johnson) O 6Nov50; 
E0221329. Jess "Pa" Johnson (A); 
6Bar78; BE 1-197. 



THE RISEN LOBD. 

The Bisen Lord. Busic: John Finke, 
Jr. (In The Choir leader. Bar. 1950) 
© 23Jan50; B235305. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 20Jan78; BE 100. 



EL BITBO QUE DA EL MAMBO. 

El Bitmo gue da el aambo. Letra y 
musica: Gilberto Diaz. © 24Nov50; 
EU222366. Gilberto Diaz (A) j 13Har78; 
BE 1-476. 



90 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



RITUAL IN FAMILY LIVING. 

Ritual in family living. By James 
Herbert Siward Bossard 6 Eleanor S. 
Boll. 15Nov50; A51518. (Irs. Thomas 
Bossard Congdon, Jr. (C of James Herbert 
Siward Bossard) ; 3Mar78; RE 1-514. 



RODEO ROMANCES. 

Rodeo romances. Vol. 14, no. 2, 
summer 1950. 31Nar50; B244032. C B 
S Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-958. 



RON ALE. 

Ronale; melody £ lyrics on lead sheet 
for piano. w 6 m Alfred Earnest Gregor. 
© 14Sep50; E0215398. Alfred E. Gregor 
(A) ; 19Apr78; RE 2-996. 



RITUALS ON EZRA POUND. See 
Dies irae. (RE 3-701.) 



RIVER'S RIM. 

River's rim. By Jane Abbott. 
2Feb50; A40755. Frank A. Abbott (C) 
7Mar78; RE 1-170. 



ROAD ABOVE VILLAGE. 

Road above village. By Grandma doses 
(Anna Mary Robertson Moses) 6 26Apr50; 
GU16128. James C. Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.) ; 
20Mar78; RE 1-629. 



THE ROAD TO HEAVEN. 

The Road to heaven. Piano copy. w & 
m Carol Deane, pseud, of Elizabeth J. 
Schroeder. 9 23Jun50; EU207732. 
Josephine Maier Leutz £ John Schroeder 
(NK); 22May78; RE 3-625. 



ROAD TO SALERNO. See 

Contributions by Ludwig Bemelmans. 
(RE 3-395.) 



LA ROBE DE BROCART PONCEAU. 

L,a Robe de brocart ponceau. By Andre 
Hugon. 8 19Oct50; AFO-3718. Andre 
Hugon (A); 22May78; RE 2-860. 



ROCHESTER'S POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS. 

Rochester's Poems on several 
occasions. Editor: James Thorpe. 
8 27Nov50; A50349. James Thorpe (A) ; 
28Jan78; RE 230. 



ROCK-A-BYE VISCOUNT, IN THE TREETOP. See 
Why, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (RE 3-574.) 



ROCK- A- MY SOUL. 

Rock-a-my soul. Arr. Joseph DeVaux. 
NM: arr. 8 26Dec50; EP51477. Joseph 
DeVaux (A) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-947. 



ROCKAWAY BLUES. 

Rockaway blues. Words £ music: Stick 
McGhee £ Brownie McGhee. 8 21JU150; 
EU210239. Stick McGhee £ Brownie McGhee 
(A) ; 7Apr78; RE 3-342. 



ROCKIN' BLUES. 

Rockin' blues. Words £ music: Johnny 
Otis. 8 4Oct50; EU217359. Johnny Otis 
(A) ; 7Apr78; RE 3-353. 



ROCKIN' CHAIR BOOGIE. 

Rockin' chair boogie. Words £ music: 
Edward L. Crowe. 9 17Apr50; EU200781. 
Edward Crowe (A); 23May78; RE 3-376. 



ROCKY MOUNTAIN COUNTRY. 

Rocky Mountain country. By Albert N. 
Williams. 8 17Feb50; A41879. Albert 
N. Williams (A); 20Jan78; RE 211. 



RODEO ROMANCES. 

Rodeo romances. Vol. 14, no. 1, 
spring 1950. 8 10Jan50; B234178. C B 
S Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 3-957. 



RO.UE RIVER. 

Rogue River. By Ventura Pictures 
Corporation. © 15Nov50; LP516. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-533. 



LE ROI DE LA FETE. 

Le Roi de la fete. By Claude-Andre 
Puget. 9 21Dec50; D026322. Madame C. 
A. Puget, nee Arlette D'Ambrosio (W) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-564. 



ROLLING RIVER RANGE. 

Rolling river range. By Brett Austin, 
pseud, of Lee Floren. © 6Oct50; 
A48160. Lee Floren (A); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-523. 



ROMAN ET VERITE (1750-1758) See 
Jean-Jacques. (RE 2-568.) 



ROMANCE. 

Romance. Music by Alexander 
Olshanetsky. 8 110ct50; EU217937. 
Anita Olshanetsky Willens (C) ; 17Feb78; 
RE 757. 



ROMANCE ON THE RIVER. 

Romance on the river. Piano. Words £ 
music: Catherine Martha Larson Abuja. 
8 15Mar50; EU197250. Catherine Martha 
Larson Abuja (A); 27Feb78; RE 3-683. 



ROMANCE PHILOLOGY. 

Romance philology. Vol. 3, no. 4, May 
1950. © 15May50; B471076. The Regents 
of the University of California (PCW) ; 
19Apr78; RE 2-510. 



ROMANCE PHILOLOGY. 

Romance philology. Vol. 4, no. 1, 
Aug. 1950. 8 15Aug50; B471077. The 
Regents of the University of California 
(PCW); 19Apr78; RE 2-511. 



ROMANCE PHILOLOGY. 

Romance philology. Vol. 4, no. 2 & 3, 
Nov. 1950 6 Feb. 1951. 8 15Dec50; 
B471078. The Regents of the University 
of California (PCW); 19Apr78; RE 2-512. 



ROMANTIC AND VICTORIAN POETRY. 

Romantic and Victorian poetry. By 
Maynard Mack, Leonard Dean £ William 
Frost. (English masterpieces, v. 6) 
8 27Jun50; A45290. Maynard Back, 
Leonard Dean £ William Frost (A) ; 
7Jun78; RE 3-760. 



ROMEO OND JULIA. 

Romeo und Julia; Kammeroper in drei 
Teilen frei nach Shakespeare von Boris 
Blacher. Klavierauszug mit Gesang. 
8 10Feb50; DPO-36. Gerty Blacher- 
Herzog (W of Boris Blacher); 13Feb78; 
RE 610. 



ROMMEL. 

Rommel. By Desmond Young, with a 
foreword by Sir Claude Auchinleck. 
8 23Jan50; AI-2741. Mary Joyce Young 
(W) ; 15May78; RE 4-051. 



RONDO OSTINATO. 

Rondo ostinato; nach einem spanischen 
Motiv fuer grosses Blasorchester und 
Schlagwerk. a Theodor Berger. 
Partitur. © 4May50; EFO-3432. Theodor 
Berger (A); 13Feb78; BE 614. 



RONSARD, L'HOMME ET L'OEOVRE. 

Ronsard, l'homme et l'oeuvre. By 
Raymond Lebegue. Add. ti.: Premiere 
expedition francaise du Desert Rouge 
1948. © 1Dec50; AFO-3677. Raymond 
Lebegue (A); 17Apr78; RE 2-550. 



ROOF OF THE WORLD: TIBET, KEY TO ASIA. 

Hoof of the world: Tibet, key to Asia. 
By Amaury DeRiencourt. © 13Mar50; 
A41737. Amaury DeRiencourt (A) ; 
21Apr78; RE 2-452. 



ROOSEVELT AND INDIA. 

Roosevelt and India. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 138) © 20Oct50; AA164689. 
Lady Sara Audley £ Lady Soames (C) ; 
21Jun78; RE 3-508. 



THE ROPE RIVER RUCKUS. 

The Rope River ruckus. By James D. 
Lucey. (In Texas Rangers, July 1950) 
© 16May50; B249911. James D. Lucey 
(A) ; 24Mar78; RE 1-742. 



A ROSE FROM SYRIA. 

A Rose from Syria. By Joseph Waddell 
Clokey. © 27Dec50; DU26320. Arthur 
Charles Clokey (C) ; 15Jun78; RE 3-674. 



THE ROSE GARDEN. 

The Rose garden. No. 1423. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Hoses) © 24Jul50; G016668. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-731. 



ROSEIRA DESPEITADA. 

Roseira despeitada. Words £ music: 

Herve Cordovil. © 21Bay50; EF28771. 

Herve Cordovil (A); 25May78; RE 4-154. 



ROSES FOR THE LIVING. 

Roses for the living. w £ m Marvin J. 
Moore £ George Hubbard Campbell, Jr. 
8 24Nov50; EU222050. Marvin J. Moore 
(A) ; 8May78; RE 3-457. 



ROSIE, THE ELEPHANT. 

Rosie, the elephant. Words and music: 
Ben Trace, Clem Watts £ Cliff Parman. 
8 30Oct50; EP50272. Ben Trace, Clem 
Watts £ Cliff Parman (A); 17Apr78; 
RE 2-292. 



ROSHARIN UND JASMIN. 

Rosmarin und Jasmin; Harschfox. Auf 
an klan'n Bergerl; Volkslied. Words: 
Bruno Oher, Adolf Steinberg-Frank, Paul 
Loewinger ; music: Bruno Uher £ Paul 
Loewinger. © 20Dec50; EFO-6783. 
Emilie Uher (W) , Hilda Lustig (C of 
Adolf Steinberg-Frank) £ Paul Loewinger 
(A) ; 12Jun78; RE 3-646. 



DAS ROTE LICHT AN BACKBORD. 

Das Rote Licht an Backbord. Piano. \ 
Walter Rothenburg, m Heinz Woezel. 
© 7Dec50; EFO-7937. Heinz Woezel (A); 
10JU178; RE 3-849. 



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THE ROUGH AND ROCKY ROAD. 

The Rough and rocky road. Hords 6 
music: Raynond Rowell. 18Dec50; 
E0224074. Raymond Bowell (A); 7Apr78; 
RE 3-361. 



ROOMANIA. 

Roumania. Music by Alexander 
Olshanetsky. 110ct50; E0217936. 
Anita Olshanetsky Hillens (C) ; 17Feb78; 
RE 756. 



ROYAL MASTER. 

Royal master. Hords: H. C. Rogers, 
music: David Strand. 22Dec50; 
EU224434. H. C. Rogers 6 David Strand 
(A) ; 7Apr78; RE 3-364. 



ROE A SANNOIS. 

Rue a Sannois. By Haurice Dtrillo, 
author of renewable matter: Anton 
Schutz. © 26Jul50; H1887. New York 
Graphic Society, Ltd. (PHH); 7Har78; 
RE 99 9. 



BOMBA SICA. 

Rumba rica. Words E music: Pablo 
Cairo. © 11Dec50; EFO-7281. Peer 
International Corporation (PHH); 3Mar78; 
RE 915. 



THE BOMBA SEAT. 

The Rumba seat. By Paramount Pictures 
Corporation. 9 10Feb50; L2849. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PHH) ; 20Nar78; BE 1-518. 



THE ROMBLESEAT SONG. 

The Bumbleseat song. m Marty Donovan 
(Albert Martin Donovan, Jr.), w Gerry 
Kenyon (Victor Gerard Kenyon) © 3May50; 
E0202639. Victor Gerard Kenyon (pseud.: 
Gerry Kenyon) (A); 10Apr78; RE 2-360. 



THE ROMBLESEAT SONG. 

The Bumbleseat song. a Marty Donovan 

(Albert Martin Donovan, Jr.), w Gerry 
Kenyon (Victor Gerard Kenyon) 9 3May50; 
ED202639. Albert Martin Donovan, Jr. 

(pseud.: Marty Donovan) (A); 10Apr78; 
RE 2-361. 



R0MP0S FOR ORCHESTBA. 

Rumpus for orchestra. m Clifford 
George Hooldridge. 9 12May50; 
E0203 587. Clifford George Hooldridge 
(A) ; 23Mar78; RE 1-550. 



Lorenz Publishing Company (PHH) ; 
27Mar78; RE 1-911. 



S-A-N-T-A C-L-A-0-S. 

S-A-N-T-A C-L-A-0-S. Hords £ music: 
Virginia Halsh. 6 15Dec50; E0223823. 
Virginia Halsh (A) ; 7Apr78; BE 3-358. 



S. CENTRAL ONITED STATES. 

S. central Onited States. (Cosmo 
series) 9 16Jun50; F8455. Rand 
McNally E Company (PHH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-948. 



S. E. ONITED STATES. 

S. E. Onited States. (Cosmo series) 
6 16Jun50; F8459. Rand McNally 6 
Company (PHH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-952. 



S. H. ONITED STATES. 

S. H. Onited States. (Cosmo series) 
6 16Jun50; F8456. Rand McNally 6 
Company (PHH) ; 27Mar78; BE 1-949. 



THE SACBED HABP. See 

The Shape-note study book. (BE 2-825.) 



SACBIFICADA. 

Sacrificada. Hords 6 music: Carlos 
Crespo Cafuentes. 6 20Dec50; EF17219. 
Carlos Crespo Cafuentes (A) ; 24Feb78; 
BE 699. 



SAD STORM. 

Sad storm. Author of words: Charles 
Baker Biddle, author of music: Halley 
Clare Johnson. 9 5Hay50; E0202911. 
Charles Baker Biddle S Halley Clare 
Johnson (A) ; 7Apr78; BE 2-230. 



SAFEGOABDING MOTHEBHOOD. 

Safeguarding motherhood. By Sol T. 
DeLee. 2d ed. NM: revisions & 
additional matter. 9 8May50; A44123. 
Sol T. DeLee (A) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-181. 



THE SAGE'S PIGTAIL. 

The Sage's pigtail. Hords by Hilliam 
Makepeace Thackeray, music by Laurence 
Ager. 9 23Aug50; EFO-4686. Laurence 
Ager (A); 13Har78; BE 1-262. 



SAINT FBANCIS AND THE BIBDS. See 
All creatures of our God and King. 
(RE 3-086.) 



SALESMAN, SPARE THAT PSYCHE. See 

Hhy, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (RE 3-574.) 



SALLMAN'S "THE PLEADING SAVIOR." 

Sallman's "The Pleading Savior." By 
Harner Sallman. 9 10Mar50; K23873. 
Kriebel 6 Bates, Inc. (formerly Anthony 
H. Kriebel and Fred M. Bates d. b.a. 
Kriebel and Bates) (PHH); 6Har78; 
RE 984. 



SALLY'S COME HOME. 

Sally's come home. m Sheldon Paige 
Fay. 9 20Oct50; E0218903. Sheldon P. 
Fay (A); 3Apr78; BE 2-023. 



SAN DIEGO BO0NCE. 

San Diego bounce. Music: Harold Land. 
9 21JU150; E0210246. Harold Land (A); 
7Apr78; BE 3-346. 



SAN FEBNANDO. 

San Fernando. Music: Lucho Bermudez. 
9 19Dec50; EF18513. Lucho Bermudez 
(A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-481. 



SAN FRANCISCO, THE CITY BY THE SEA. 

San Francisco, the city by the sea. 
By Lewis McPherson. NM: rearranged 
words. 9 24Apr50; E0201985. Lewis 
McPherson (A) ; 19Jun78; RE 3-679. 



SAN GENNAEO NEVER SAYS NO. 

San Gennaro never says no. By 
Giuseppe Harotta, English translation: 
Frances Frenaye Lanza. Nfl: translation. 
9 3May50; A43531. E. P. Dutton (PHH); 
22Jun78; BE 3-471. 



SANCT0S. 

Sanctus. For 3 single mixed voices or 
3-part mixed chorus, or for 3 single 
men's voices or 3-part men's chorus with 
harmonium or organ ad lib. By Lyonel 
Power, editing by Percy Aldridge 
Grainger £ Dom Anselm Hughes. NM: 
editing. © 9Jun50; EP50131. Ella 
Grainger (H) ; 12May78; RE 3-129. 



THE SANTA CLA0S L0LLABY. 

The Santa Claus lullaby. Hords and 
music: Arthur Marvin VanGelder £ Buth 
Schwimmer VanGelder. 9 29Hay50; 
E0206269. Bourne Company (PHH) ; 5Jun78; 
RE 3-591. 



RON, MARY, RON. 

Run, Mary, run. Hords 6 music: E. P. 
Johnson. © 13Jun50; E0206774. E. P. 
Johnson (A); 10Apr78^ RE 3-294. 



SAINT MARY MAGDALENE IN MEDIAEVAL 

Saint Mary Magdalene in mediaeval 
literature. By Helen Meredith Garth. 
© 20Dec50; A50769. Helen Meredith 
Garth (A) ; 10Feb78; RE 570. 



SASCHA-SASCHA. 

Sascha-Sascha. Piano. Music: Norbert 
Schultze, words: Fritz Grasshoff. 
9 3Dec50; EFO-7563. Norbert Schultze 
(A) ; 30May78; BE 3-403. 



B0PERT. 

Rupert. w Buddy Kaye, m Frederick 
Spielman. © 1Feb50; E0194086. Buddy 

Kaye (A); 30May78; RE 3-390. 



THE SALAD BOOK. 

The Salad book. By Louis P. DeGouy. 
© 12Jun50; A44829. Jacqueline S. 
Dooner (PPH) ; 3May78; RE 2-645. 



THE SASKATCHEHAN. 

The Saskatchewan. 111.: Illingworth 
H. Kerr. NM: ill. © 6Mar50; A41565. 
Holt, Rinehart and Hinston (PHH) ; 
21Apr78; RE 2-449. 



R0RAL FRANCE. 

Rural France. By Maurice Dtrillo, 
author of renewable matter: Anton 
Schutz. 9 26Jul50; H1667. New York 
Graphic Society, Ltd. (PHH) ; 7Mar78; 
RE 1-227. 



SALEM INTERIORS: THO CENTOBIES OF 

Salem interiors: two centuries of New 
England taste and decoration. By Samuel 
Chamberlain. © 23Nov50; A50697. 
Narcissa Chamberlain (H) ; 10Mar78; 
HE 1-243. 



THE SASKATCHEHAN. 

The Saskatchewan. Text: flarjorie 
Hilkins Campbell. © 6Mar50; A41566. 
Marjorie Hilkins Campbell (A); 21Apr78; 
BE 2-450. 



THE S. A. B. CHOIR. 

The S. A. B. choir. No. 6. Editing £ 
arranging: Roger C. Hilson. NM: editing 
S arranging. © 28Apr50; EP46693. 



SALES EXECUTIVES HANDBOOK. 

Sales executives handbook. By Harry 
Simmons. 9 21Apr50; A43476. Harry 
Simmons (A); 3Apr78; RE 2-118. 



THE SAT0BDAY EVENING POST. See 
Desperate woman. (BE 3-606.) 



SAT0RDAY EVENING POST, APE. 8. 1950. See 
Babe in disgrace. (BE 3-570.) 



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RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, AUG. 12, 
1950. See 
The Wrath of Tugboat Annie. (RE 297.) 



SATURDAY EVENING POST, DEC. 30, 1950. 
See 
Hone for Eithel Thonson (the woaan who 
wanted to go home) (RE 2-110.) 



THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, FEB. 11, 
19 50. See 
Tugboat Annie opens fire. (RE 294.) 



THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, BAB. 25, 
1950. See 
Tugboat Annie loses her ship. 
(BE 295.) 



THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, HAY 20, 1950. 
See 
Shanghai stowaway. (RE 296.) 

THE SATUBDAY EVENING POST, NOV. 4, 1950. 
See 
Red flag on the high seas. (RE 302.) 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OP LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 18, May 6, 1950. © 3May50; 
B249570. Saturday Beview Magazine 
Corporation (PCW) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-013. 



THE SATURDAY BEVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 19, Hay 13, 1950. 
6 10Hay50; B249571. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 2-0 14. 



THE SATUBDAY REVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 20, May 20, 1950. 
© 17May50; B249572. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 2-015. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 21, May 27, 1950. 
© 2<tMay50; B249573. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 3Apr78; 
RE 2-016. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 31, Aug. 5, 1950. 
© 2Aug50; B263028. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 9Jun78; 
BE 3-615. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 32, Aug. 12, 1950. 
© 9Aug50; B263029. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 9Jun78; 
RE 3-616. 



THE SATUBDAY BEVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 33, Aug. 19, 1950. 
6 16Aug50; B263030. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 9Jun78; 
BE 3-617. 



THE SATURDAY BEVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 34, Aug. 26, 1950. 
© 23Aug50; B263031. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 9Jun78; 
RE 3-618. 



THE SATUBDAY EVENING POST, SEPT. 2, 

1950. See 

Glencannon — Tugboat Annie affair. 
(RE 298.) 



THE SATUBDAY EVENING POST, SEPT. 9, 
19 50. See 
Glencannon — Tugboat Annie affair. 
(RE 299.) 



THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, SEPT. 23, 
1950. See 
Glencannon — Tugboat Annie affair. 
(BE 300.) 



THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, SEPT. 3 0, 
1950. See 
Glencannon — Tugboat Annie affair. 
(HE 301.) 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 13, Apr. 1, 1950. 
© 29Mar50; B243717. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 2-008. 



THE SATURDAY BEVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 14, Apr. 8, 1950. 
© 5Apr50; B243718. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 3Apr78; 
RE 2-009. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 15, Apr. 15, 1950. 
© 12Apr50; B243719. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 3Apr78; 
RE 2-010. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 16, Apr. 22, 1950. 
© 19Apr50; B243720. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 3Apr78; 
BE 2-011. 



THE SATUBDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 17, Apr. 29, 1950. 
© 26Apr50; B243721. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 3Apr78; 
BE 2-012. 



THE SATURDAY BEVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 5, Feb. 4, 1950. © 1Feb50; 
B235178. Saturday Review Magazine 
Corporation (PCW); 13Mar78; BE 2-146. 



THE SATURDAY BEVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 6, Feb. 11, 1950. 
© 8Feb50; B235179. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 13Mar78; 
BE 2-147. 



THE SATURDAY BEVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 7, Feb. 18, 1950. 
© 15Feb50; B235180. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 13Mar78; 
BE 2-148. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 8, Feb. 25, 1950. 
© 21Feb50; B235181. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 13Mar78; 
BE 2-149. 



THE SATUBDAY REVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 9, Mar. 4, 1950. © 1Mar50; 
B239489. Saturday Beview Magazine 
Corporation (PCW); 13Mar78; RE 2-150. 



THE SATURDAY BEVIEW OF LITERATOBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 10, Mar. 11, 19 50. 
© 8Mar50; B239490. Saturday Beview 
Hagazine Corporation (PCW) ; 13Har78; 
BE 2-151. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 11, Bar. 18, 1950. 
© 15Har50; B239491. Saturday Review 
Hagazine Corporation (PCW) ; 13Har78; 
BE 2-152. 



THE SATUBDAY BEVIEW OF LITEEATOBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 12, Har. 25, 1950. 
© 22Har50; B239492. Saturday Review 
Hagazine Corporation (PCW) ; 13Har78; 
BE 2-153. 



THE SATUBDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 35, Sept. 2, 1950. 
© 30Aug50; B267238. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 9Jun78; 
BE 3-619. 



THE SATUBDAY REVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 36, Sept. 9, 1950. 
© 6Sep50; B267239. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 9Jun78; 
RE 3-620. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 37, Sept. 16, 1950. 
© 13Sep50; B267240. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 9Jun78; 
RE 3-621. 



THE SATUBDAY BEVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 38, Sept. 23, 1950. 
© 20Sep50; B267241. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 9Jun78; 
BE 3-622. 



THE SATUBDAY REVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 39, Sept. 30, 1950. 
© 27Sep50; B267242. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 9Jun78; 
RE 3-623. 



THE SATOBDAY BEVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 30, July 29, 1950. 
© 26Jul50; B257422. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 5Jun78; 
RE 3-818. 



THE SATOBDAY BEVIEW OF LITEEATOBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 29, July 22, 1950. 
© 19Jul50; B257423. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 5Jun78; 
BE 3-819. 



THE SATOBDAY BEVIEW OF LITEBATUBE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 28, July 15, 1950. 
© 12Jul50; B257424. Saturday Beview 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 5Jun78; 
BE 3-820. 



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THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 27, July 8, 1950. 
S 5Jul50; B257425. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW); 5Jun78; 
RE 3-821. 



THE SATURDAY. REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 22, June 3, 1950. 
B 31May50; B252664. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCB); 5Jun78; 
RE 3-822. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 23, June 10, 1950. 
7Jun50; B252665. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCW) ; 5Jun78; 
RE 3-823. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 24, June 17, 1950. 
O 1i»Jun50; B252666. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCi) : 5Jun78; 
RE 3-824. 



SAY A PRAYER. 

Say a prayer; hymn. w 6 m: Victor Z. 
Oroda. 6 15Sep50; E0215524. Victor 
Zenon Oroda (A) ; 7Apr78; HE 3-347. 



SAY IT IN FRENCH. 

Say it in French. By Leon J. Cohen. 
Rev. ed. 14Apr50; A44444. Leon J. 
Cohen (A) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-779. 



SAY IT IN GERMAN. 

Say it in German. By Leon J. Cohen 6 
Paul Erikson. Rev. ed. © 14Apr50; 
A44446. Leon J. Cohen (A) ; 20Mar78; 
BE 1-781. 



SAY IT IN ITALIAN. 

Say it in Italian. By Leon J. Cohen. 
Rev. ed. @ 14Apr50; A44445. Leon J. 
Cohen (A) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-780. 



THE SCARF. 

The Scarf. By Gloria Productions, 
Inc. 9 6Apr51 (in notice: 1950) ; 
LP824. United Artists Television, Inc. 
(PSH) ; 5JU178; RE 4-116. 



THE SCHOOLS IN THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY. 
See 
Word from Washington. (BE 3-576.) 



SCHOOLS MARCH ON! 

Schools march on! (The March of time) 
6 10Nov50; HP897. Time, Inc. (PWH) ; 
30Jan78; BE 330. 



SCHOOL'S OUT. 

School's out. By E. Melvin Bolstad, 
author of renewable matter: Anton 
Schutz. 6 5Jul50; H1652. New York 
Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 7Mar78; 
RE 1-218. 



SCIENCE 6 SOCIETY. 

Science 6 society. Vol. 14, no. 1, 
winter 1949-1950. 9 12Feb50; B254925. 
Science 6 Society, Inc. (PCW) ; 6Jun78; 
BE 3-640. 



SCIENCE 6 SOCIETY. 

Science 6 society. Vol. 14, no. 3, 
summer 1950. 6 17Aug50; B265605. 
Science 6 Society, Inc. (PCW); 6Jun78; 
BE 3-641. 



THE SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE. 

The Saturday review of literature. 
Vol. 33, no. 25, June 24, 1950. 
21Jun50; B252667. Saturday Review 
Magazine Corporation (PCB); 5Jun78; 
RE 3-82 5. 



THE SCARLET JIB. 

The Scarlet jib. Text: David William 
Moore, ill. : Henry Clarence Pitz. 
© 17Feb50; A41301. David William Moore 
(A) ; 19Jun78; RE 4-061. 



SCIENCE 6 SOCIETY. 

Science 6 society. Vol. 14, no. 4, 
fall 1950. 6 17Nov50; B278587. 
Science 6 Society, Inc. (PCB) ; 6Jun78; 
RE 3-642. 



SAT0RDAY REVIEB OF LITEBATUEE, NOV. 8, 
1950. See 
Critics, critics, burning bright. 
(RE 3-860.) 



SAVE A LITTLE SUNBEAM FOB A RAINY, 

Save a little sunbeam for a rainy, 
rainy day. w 6 m Irving Gordon. 
6 17Jan50; EP44007. Irving Gordon (A); 
10Apr78; RE 2-250. 



SAVE THAT DBEAM FOB BE. 

Save that dream for me; fox-trot 
ballad. Author of music: John Guy Neri, 
author of words: Carmichael Strange. 
© 22Aug50; E0213044. John Guy Neri 6 
Carmichael Strange (A); 20Mar78; 
BE 1-542. 



SAVIOB, LIKE A SHEPHEBD LEAD US. 

Savior, like a shepherd lead us. 
Music: C. B. Dieckmann. (In The Choir 
leader. May 1950) NB: music. 
© 29Bar50; B241552. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH); 27Mar78; BE 1-885. 



THE SAVIOB' S VOICE. 

The Savior's voice. Words 6 music: 
Boger C. Wilson 6 Alfred Barratt. (In 
The Choir herald, Apr. 1950) 9 6Bar50; 
B241553. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 2Bar78; BE 876. 



SAVOY SCHOTTISCHE. 

Savoy Schottische. Music by Arthur 
Pickles, dance steps by F. J. Mainey. 
© 14Sep50; EFO-5334. Arthur Pickles 
(A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-267. 



SAW BUCK. 

Saw buck. Words & music: Johnny 
Crawford, Henry McDade 6 Lloyd Thomson. 
6 8Feb50; EU193157. Johnny Crawford 6 
Henry McDade (A); 7Apr78; BE 3-327. 



THE SCABLET PEST. • 

The Scarlet pest; a play in one act. 
By T. B. Morris. © 21Nov50; DF58. T. 
B. Borris (A) ; 16Bar78; BE 1-603. 



SCHEEZO FANTASQUE. 

Scherzo fantasque. For piano & 
orchestra. m Ernest Bloch. (G. 
Schirmer's edition of study scores, no. 
57) Seduced facsim. of the composer's 
autograph. 6 29Dec50; EP52465. Ivan 
Bloch, Suzanne Bloch Smith £ Lucienne 
Bloch Dimitroff (C) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-270. 



SCHEEZO, GIGOE, ROMANZE AND FDGHETTA. 

Scherzo, gigue, romanze and fughetta. 
Op- 32. For piano. By Robert Schumann, 
editing: Harold Bauer. NM: editing. 
6 6Feb50; EP45973. G. Schirmer, Inc. 
(PWH); 12Bay78; BE 3-121. 



SCHOOL ATLAS. See 

Goode's School atlas. (BE 1-937.) 



SCHOOL FOE DOGS. 

School for dogs. By B K O Pathe, Inc. 
(Screenliner, no. 11) 6 15Jun50; 
BP408. Barian B. , Inc. (PWH); 30flar78; 
BE 2-09 4. 



THE SCHOOL GABE BOOK. 

The School game book. By Bargaret 
Elizabeth Bulac & Barian Susan Holmes, 
ill.: George E. flathews. © 1Feb50; 
A40568. Bargaret E. Mulac 6 Barian S. 
Holmes (A) ;• 15May78; BE 3-040. 



SCHOOL OF LOVE. 

School of love. w 6 m Harvin Hammond 
Hughes. © 3Bay50; EU202557. Barvin 
Hammond Hughes (A) ; 13Jan78; BE 2-236. 



THE SCHOOLS AS CITADELS OF DEBOCBACY. 
See 
Word from Washington. (BE 3-576.) 



THE SCIENCE OF CHANCE, FBOM 

The Science of chance, from 
probability to statistics. By Horace c 
Levinson. NB: revisions & additions. 
© 3Jan50; A39765. John J. Harvey (E) ; 
16Feb78; BE 524. 



SCIENTIFIC ABEEICAN. 

Scientific American. Vol. 184, no. 1, 
Jan. 1951. © 29Dec50; B281256. 
Scientific American, Inc. (PCB) ; 2Har78; 
BE 895. 



SCOTLAND. 

Scotland. (Cosmo series) © 16Jun50; 
F10516- Eand HcNally 6 Company (PWH); 
27Mar78; BE 1-958. 



THE SCOTTISH CHIEFS. 

The Scottish chiefs. By Jane Porter, 
adapted by Albert L. Kanter. (Classics 
illustrated, no. 67) NB: adaptation 6 
illustrated story. 27Jan50; 
AA1 41957. Twin Circle Publishing 
Company, division of Frawley Enterprises 
(PWH); 13Mar78; BE 2-144. 



SCBEEN SNAPSHOTS. See 

Beno's Silver Spurs awards. 
(BE 1-598.) 



SCBEENLINEB. See 

Day in Manhattan. (BE 2-100.) 
Fairest of the finest. (BE 3-660.) 
It's only muscle. (BE 3-658.) 



SCREENLINER, NO. 11. See 

School for dogs. (RE 2-094.) 



SCREENLINER, NO. 12. See 

Nickelodeon time. (RE 2-098.) 



SCRIPTS. 

Scripts. By Eand Holub. 6 9Oct50; 
A48222. Band Holub (A); 3Apr78 ; 
BE 2-365. 



94 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE SEA HATH BOUNDS. See 

A Grove of fever trees. (RE 4-070.) 



SEA ROVIN' COWBOY. 

Sea rovin' cowboy. Words £ music by 
Jimmy Eaton 6 Terry Shand. Add. ti.: 
Tumble-i-ee tumble-i-o. © 18Dec50; 
EP51471. Jimmy Eaton (A); 10Mar78; 
RE 1-444. 



THE SEAGULL. 

The Seagull; a drama in four acts. 
Translated from the Russian of Anton 
Chekhov by Stark Young. © 29Jun50; 
DP138. Lewis H. Isaacs (E of Stark 
Young); 6Mar78; RE 1-359. 



A SEARCH FOR GOD. 

A Search for God. Book II. Compiled 
by study groups of the Association for 
Research 6 Enlightenment, Inc. 
6 15Jun50; A45242. Association for 
Research 6 Enlightenment, Inc. (PWH); 
19Jun78; RE 3-460. 



SEARCHING. 

Searching. Words S music: Hal Brent, 
Stan Cogan S Gerald Graham Valentine. 
© 15Sep50; E0215507. Hal Brent, Stan 
Cogan S Gerald Graham Valentine (A) ; 
10Apr78; RE 3-312. 



SEASON IN THE SON. 

Season in the sun; a comedy in three 
acts. By Wolcott Gibbs. © 21Aug50; 
D025401. Wolcott Gibbs, Jr. (C) ; 
16Mar78; RE 1-621. 



SEE THEH DRIVERS ROLL. , 

See them drivers roll. w 6 a Richard 
William Leibert. 2Oct50 ; E0216958. 
Bosemarie Leibert (W) , Maryette Beers, 
Joan Adams, Richard W. Leibert 3d, David 
G. Leibert 6 Linda M. Leibert (C) ; 
15May78; RE 2-970. 



SELECCIONES DEL READER'S DIGEST. 

Selecciones del Reader's digest. Vol. 
20, no. 119, Oct. 1950. NM: Spanish- 
Mexican translation. © 25Sep50; 
B340154. The Reader's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCW) ; 12Hay78; 
RE 3-102. 



SELECCIONES DEL READER'S DIGEST. 

Selecciones del Reader's digest. Vol. 
20, no. 121, Dec. 1950. NM: Spanish- 
Mexican translation. © 24Nov50; 
B340155. The Reader's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCW); 12Hay78; 
RE 3-103. 



SELECCIONES DEL HEADER'S DIGEST. 

Selecciones del Reader's digest. Vol. 
20, no. 120, Nov. 1950. NM: Spanish- 
Hexican translation. © 25Oct50; 
B342450. The Header's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCW); 12Hay78; 
RE 3-104. 



SELECCIONES DEL HEADER'S DIGEST. 

Selecciones del Header's digest. Vol. 
21, no. 122, Jan. 1951. NH: revision, 
compilation 6 additions. © 26Dec50; 
B340152- The Reader's Digest 
Association, Inc. (PCW); 12Jun78; 
HE 3-655. 



(W) , John Jefferson Mercer 6 Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-043. 



SERENADE. 

Serenade. Puer doppeltes Streic- 
horchester. m Gottfried VonEinem. 
Partitur. © 28Oct50; EFO-6544. 
Gottfried VonEinem (A); 13Feb78; HE 619. 



SERENADE TO TWINS. 

Serenade to twins. Music: Johnny 

Sparrow. © 26Apr50; E0201884. Johnny 

Sparrow (A) ; 10Apr78; HE 3-287. 



SERENATA. 

Serenata. Words: Jose Pal Latorre, 
music: Juan Verges. © 7Dec50; 
EFO-6376. Jose Pal Latorre (A) ; 3Mar78; 
RE 912. 



SERENATA. 

Serenata. Words: Jose P. Latorre, 
music: Juan Verges (Juan Jaime Rafael 
Verges Sastre) © 7Dec50; EFO-6376. 
Juan Jaime Rafael Verges Sastre (pseud. 
Juan Verges) (A); 25May78; BE 4-157. 



SERGE'S 0EGE. 

Serge's urge. Music: Serge Chaloff. 
© 24Feb50; EU195083. Serge Chaloff 
(A) ; 7Apr78; RE 3-328. 



SEBVICE AND STRENGTH. 

Service and strength; anthem for SAT 
B 6 organ. Music: Martin Shaw. 
© 3Aug50; EFO-4381. Westhorpe, Ward 6 
Catchpole (E) ; 3Jul78; RE 3-769. 



SECOND ADDITIONAL BOOKLET ON NUMBER ... 

Second additional booklet on Number 
Jack. By Falk Felix Gottschalkson. 
© 9Dec50; AA168692. Falk Felix 
Gottschalkson (A); 10Mar78; RE 1-231. 



SECOND SYMPHONY. 

Second symphony. Op. 19. For 
orchestra. m Samuel Barber. Study 
score. © 3May50; EP46941. Samuel 
Barber (A); 11May78; HE 2-821. 



THE SECOND WORLD WAB. 

The Second world war. By Winston S. 
Churchill. (The Hinge of fate, v. 4) 
© 20Nov50; A49899. Lady Sara Audley 6 
Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-483. 



SELECTED WORKS OF LAFONTAINE. 

Selected works of LaFontaine. Edited 
by P. A. Wadsworth. © 1Dec50; A50293. 
P. A. Wadsworth (A); 21Apr78; RE 2-463. 



SELF DENIAL AND THE CHRISTIANS. 

Self denial and the Christians. By 
Thomas Herton. (In Commonweal, Mar. 31, 
1950) © 28Har50; B239073. Trustees of 
the Thomas Herton Legacy Trust (E) ; 
2May78; RE 2-443. 



SELLING REAL ESTATE. 

Selling real estate. By Stanley L. 
McMichael. 3d ed. NM: revisions 6 
updating. © 16Mar50; A42441. Stanley 
L. McMichael (A) ; 1Mar78; RE 887. 



SETTLEMENT OF ESTATES AND FIDUCIARY LAW 
IN MASSACHUSETTS. See 
Supplement to the third edition of 
Newhall's Settlement of estates and 
fiduciary law in Massachusetts. 
(RE 1-164.) 



SEVEN CITIES OF WASHINGTON. 

Seven cities of Washington. By R K 
Pathe, Inc. (This is America) 
© 150ct50; MP936. Marian B. , Inc. 
(PWH) ; 12Jun78; BE 3-662. 



SEVEN DAYS TO NOON. 

Seven days to noon. By London Film 
Productions, Ltd. © 1Sep50; LP696. E 
M I Films, Ltd. (PWH); 3Mar78; RE 1-041. 



THE SECOND WORLD WAR. See 

Contributions by Winston S. Churchill. 
(RE 3-482.) 



THE SECOND YEAR VIOLIN METHOD. 

The Second year violin method. Music: 
Eta Cohen. Piano ace. © 12Oct50; 
EFO-5279. Eta Cohen (A) ; 3Jul78; 
RE 3-777. 



SECONDARY EDUCATION: BASIC 

Secondary education: basic principles 
and practices. By William M. Alexander 
S J. Galen Saylor. © 6Feb50; A40690. 
William M. Alexander 6 J. Galen Saylor 
(A) ; 23Mar78; BE 1-161. 



THE SECRET PEOPLE. See 
Dies irae. (RE 3-701.) 



SECRET SHARER. See 

Introduction to Heart of darkness 6 
Secret sharer, by Joseph Conrad. 
(BE 2-586.) 



SEMPER FIDELIS. See 

Forever faithful. (BE 3-379.) 



SENIOR PROM. 

Senior prom. Vol. 10, no. 103, Nov. 
1950. © 190ct50; B269321. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
13Apr78; RE 2-139. 



SENIOR PBOM. 

Senior prom. Vol. 11, no. 105, Jan. 
1951. © 14Dec50; B278124. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
13Apr78; RE 2-140. 



SE.NIOfi PBOM. 

Senior prom. Vol. 10, no. 104, Dec. 
1950. © 23Nov50; B284537. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
13Apr78; RE 2-141. 



SE NO HIT A DIAZ. 

Senorita Diaz. w 6 m Johnny Mercer. 
© 15Dec50; EU224375. Elizabeth Mercer 



SEVEN PIECES IN FUGHETT A-FOEM. 

Seven pieces in fughetta-f orm. Op. 
126. For piano. By Robert Schumann, 
editing: Harold Bauer. NM: editing. 
© 15Feb50; EP45122. G. Schirmer, Inc. 
(PWH); 12May78; RE 3-110. 



SEVENTEEN. 

Seventeen. Vol. 9, no. 8, Aug. 1950. 
© 2Aug50; B257929. Triangle 
Communications, Inc. (PCW) ; 4flay78; 
BE 2-708. 



SEVENTEEN. 

Seventeen. Vol. 9, no. 9, Sept. 1950. 
© 1Sep50; B262709. Triangle 
Communications, Inc. (PCW) ; 4May78; 
BE 2-709. 



SEVENTEEN. 

Seventeen. Vol. 9, no. 10, Oct. 1950. 
© 40ct50; B267285. Triangle 
Communications, Inc. (PCW) ; 4May78; 
HE 2-710. 



1978 



COBBENT REGISTRATIONS 



95 



SEVENTEEN. 

Seventeen. Vol. 9, no. 11, Nov. 1950. 
INovSO; B271103. Triangle 
Communications, Inc. (PCW) ; UHay78; 
BE 2-711. 



SHE AIN'T WITH HE NO HOBE- 

She ain't with me no more. Words 6 
music: Hilton Larkin. © 24Feb50; 
E0195086. Hilton Larkin (A); 7Apr78; 
BE 3-330. 



SHINDIG. 

Shindig. Husic: Balph Bass 6 Johnny 
Crawford. © 25Sep50; Ea216562. Ralph 
Bass E Johnny Crawford (A) ; 7Apr78; 
BE 3-351. 



SEVENTEEN. 

Seventeen. Vol. 9, no. 12, Dec. 1950. 
t3 1Dec50; B276077. Triangle 
Communications, Inc. (PCW); 4Hay78 ; 
BE 2-712. 



SEVILLA ES. See 

Por la gracia de Dios. (BE 2-363.) 



SEX ED0CATION AS HOHAN RELATIONS. 

Sex education as human relations. By 
Lester A. Kirkendall. 20Oct50; 
A49222. Lester A. Kirkendall (A); 
30Har78; RE 1-293. 



THE SEX TECHNIQUE IN HABBIAGE. 

The Sex technique in marriage. By 
Isabel Eoslie Hutton. NH: revisions. 
22Aug50; A46998. Emerson Books, Inc. 
(PBH) ; 9Jun78; BE 3-614. 



SEXOAL BEHAVIOR IN SOCIETY. 

Sexual behavior in society. By Alex 
Comfort. 6 27Apr50, AI-422; 8Sep50, 
A4751 9. Alex Comfort (A); 8Hay78; 
BE 2-661. 



THE SHADOW. 

The Shadow; a drama in three acts. By 
H. F. Haltby. 6 13Apr50; DP63. N. H. 
Haltby (W) ; 30Hay78; BE 3-474. 



SHADOW OF & HAN. 

Shadow of a man. 
© 4Apr50; A42444. 
8Hay78; RE 2-779. 



By Hay Sarton. 
Hay Sarton (A) ; 



SHE CAHE ROLLIN' DOWN THE HO0NTAIN. 

She came rollin' down the mountain. 
Arr. for 4 part male chorus: William 
Stickles. NH: arr. © 31Dec50; 
EP53039. Chappell 6 Company, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 16Feb78; RE 522. 



SHE COOLDN'T KEEP HEB BIG HO0TH SHOT. 

She couldn't keep her big mouth shut. 
Words 6 music: Billy Douglas. 
8 11Apr50; E0200150. Billy Douglas 
(A) ; 7Apr78; RE 3-336. 



SHE WALKS IN BEAOTY. 

She walks in beauty. Words by George 
Noel Gordon, Lord Byron, music: Eric H. 
Thiman. (Arnold's singing class music, 
no. 653) © 3Jul50; EFO-4386. Hadeline 
Thiman (W) ; 3JU178; RE 3-772. 



SHE WHO WAS ALL PIETY. 

She who was all piety. Poem: Audrey 
Wurdemann, music: Gail Kubik. 
© 20Dec50; EP52172. Gail Kubik (A); 
24Feb78; RE 691. 



THE SHELLEY STOBY. 

The Shelley story; a play in three 
acts. By Guy Bolton. © 25Apr50; DP83. 
Guy Bolton (A); 16Har78; BE 1-609. 



SHEPABD'S OHIO CITATIONS. 

Shepard's Ohio citations; cases, 
statutes. Vol. 2, 1930-1950. By 
Shepard's Citations, Inc. © 21Dec50; 
A50840. Shepard's, Inc. of Colorado 
Springs (PWH); 19Jun78; HE 4-109. 



SHINEB, A BEAL "BLACK EYE." 

Shiner, a real "black eye." By I. 
Fishlove. © 1Nov50; KK55869. H. 
Fishlove 6 Company (PHH); 21Apr78; 
BE 2-193. 



SHOE FOR HY PONY. 

Shoe for my pony. By Hargaret 
BicKards Friskey. © 20Apr50; A43376. 
Children's Press Division, Begensteiner 
Publishing Enterprises, Inc. (PWH) ; 
17Apr78; BE 2-279. 



SHOO SHAGGIE. 

Shoo shaggie. For 2-part chorus of 
voices with piano. w E. Bosslyn 
Hitchell, arranger: Hugh S. Roberton. 
NH: words 6 arr. 8 28JU150; EFO-4209. 
Kenneth Bantock Roberton (C) ; 5Hay78; 
BE 2-813. 



SHOOT THE BASKET. 

Shoot the basket. By The Vitaphone 
Corporation. © 4Nov50; HP743. Warner 
Brothers, Inc. (PWH); 17Jan78; BE 475. 



SHOOT THE BASKET. 

Shoot the basket. By The Vitaphone 
Corporation. © 4Nov50; HP743. Pathe 
News, Inc. (PWH) ; 1flay78; BE 2-390. 



SHOPPING ON HAIN STBEET. 

Shopping on Hain Street. By E. Helvin 
Bolstad, author of renewable matter: 
Anton Schutz. © 5Jul50; H1651. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Har78; BE 1-217. 



SHADOW OF DO0BT. 

Shadow of doubt; a play in one act. 
By Howard Agg. 9 2Jun50; DP151. 
Ernest Balfour Agg 6 John Balfour Agg 
(E) ; 16Har78; RE 1-613. 



SHEPABD'S SOUTHWESTERN BEPORTER 

Shepard's Southwestern reporter 
citations. Vol. 1, 1950. By Shepard's 
Citations, Inc. 3d ed. © 30Aug50; 
AA162427. Shepard's, Inc. of Colorado 
Springs (PWH); 19Jun78; BE 4-110. 



SHOBT STORIES FOB O0B TIHES. 

Short stories for our times. By Simon 
Certner 6 George H. Henry. © 10Apr50; 
A43050. Simon Certner 6 George H. Henry 
(A) ; 31Har78; BE 2-107. 



SHADOW OF THE BRIDGE. 

Shadow of the bridge. By Betsey 
Barton. © 15Har50; A42341. Betsey 
Barton (A); 27Har78; RE 1-874. 



SHAKE HANDS WITH DEATH. 

Shake hands with Death. By Helen 
HcCloy (Helen HcCloy Dresser) (In 
American magazine, Apr. 1950) 
© 31Har50; B240238. Helen HcCloy 
Dresser (A); 28Har78; BE 1-774. 



SHEPARD'S WISCONSIN CITATIONS 

Shepard's Wisconsin citations 
supplement. 1938-1950. By Shepard's 
Citations, Inc. © 28Sep50; AA163687. 
Shepard's, Inc. of Colorado Springs 
(PWH); 19Jun78; RE 4-111. 



SHE'S A BAD LITTLE GIBL. See 

(Don't say) she's a bad little girl. 
(BE 2-S42.) 



SHOBT STOBIES FOB ST0DY. 

Short stories for study. By Raymond 
W. Short & Bichard B. Sewall. Rev. ed. 
NH: 6 stories dropped & 10 new ones 
added to this ed. of the 1941 book. 
© 3Har50; A41735. Holt, Binehart and 
Winston (PWH); 18Apr78; BE 2-458. 



SHOBTEB HEDICAL DICTIONARY. See 

Stedman's Shorter medical dictionary. 
(BE 806.) 



SHANGHAI STOWAWAY. 

Shanghai stowaway. By Norman Heilly 
Baine. (In The Saturday evening post. 
Hay 20, 1950) © 17Hay50; B246719. 
Elizabeth Baine (W) ; 25Jan78; BE 296. 



SHE'S GONE B0T NOT FOEGOTTEN. 

She's gone but not forgotten. Words 
and music: Boy Lanham. © 29Dec50; 
EP52167. Boy Lanham (A) ; 7Har78; 
BE 773. 



SHOBT'NIN* BBEAD. 

Short'nin" bread. By Jacques Wolfe, 
arr. of swing transcription for piano: 
Stanford King. © 20Apr50; EP45716. 
Harold Flammer, Inc. (PWH) ; 5Jun78; 
RE 3-610. 



THE SHAPE-NOTE ST0DY BOOK. 

The Shape-note study book. Selected 
from "The Sacred harp" (1844) 6 "The 
Southern harmony" (1835) For voice 6 
piano. Piano settings, annotations and 
preface by John Jacob Niles. © 10Jul50; 
EP47948. John Jacob Niles (A); 11Hay78; 
BE 2-82 5. 



SHABES OF 0PPEB INCOHE GBO0PS IN ... 

shares of upper income groups in 
income and savings. By Simon Kuznets. 
(Occasional paper, no. 35) © 26Sep50; 
A4804 9. National Bureau of Economic 
Besearch, Inc. (PHH); 7Apr78; BE 2-181. 



SHE'S HY GAL. 

She's my gal. Words & music: Carl 
Davis e Hilton Shaw. © 26Jan50; 
E0 19 1588. Carl Davis & Hilton Shaw (A) 
7Apr78; BE 3-322. 



SHE'S HY HONEY GAL. 

She's my honey gal. Words and melody 
by Hildred Leek HcLarrin (Hildred Leek 
HcLarrin Smith) © 18Jan50; E0 1906 12. 
Hildred Smith (A) ; 25Hay78; RE 3-159. 



SHOT-GON BOOGIE. 

Shot-gun boogie. Words and music: 
Tennessee Ernie Ford (Ernest Ford) 
© 18Aug50; E0212746. Ernest (Tennessee 
Ernie) Ford (A) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-304. 



SHOT IN THE DABK. 

Shot in the dark. By Judith Herril. 
NH: compilation 6 editorial work. 
© 11Jan50; A39792. Judith Herril (A); 
27Har78; BE 1-385. 



96 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



SHOTGUN GUARD. 

Shotgun guard. By D. B. Newton. 
<tAug50; ft (16 M8C). D. B. Newton (A) 
26Jun78; RE 3-902. 



SHOW TIME REVUE THEME. 

Show tine revue theme. Music: Kenneth 
F. Nelson. 11Sep50; EU216089. 
Kenneth F. Nelson (A) ; 17Apr78; 
RE 2-308. 



SHVEIG SHTIL MEIN HARTZ. 

Shveig shtil mein Hartz. Music by 
Alexander Olshanetsky. © 11OctS0; 
EP217935- Anita Olshanetsky Willens 
(C) ; 17Feb78; RE 755. 



SHY. 

Shy. Words: Vernon Cross, music: Jeff 
Curtis. 29Dec50; EP52168. Vernon 
Cross S Jeff Curtis (A) ; 7Mar78; RE 774. 



O 240ct50; E0219961. Shawnee Press, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 22May78; RE 3-265. 



THE SILVER PLEECE. 

The Silver fleece. By Florence 
Crannell Means 6 Edwin Schmidt, artist. 
(Land of the Free series) © 29Hay50; 
A44454. Florence Crannell Means (A) ; 
8Jun78; BE 3-742. 



SILVER TOWN. 

Silver town. By John Willard Horner. 
© 21Aug50; A46915. John H. Horner (A); 
28Feb78; RE 828. 



SIMPLE, SIMPLE, SIMPLE. 

Simple, simple, simple. Words and 
music: Evelyn Danzig (Evelyn J. Levine) 
£ Jack Segal. © 29Dec50; EP52169. 
Jack Segal 5 Evelyn J. Levine (Evelyn 
Danzig) (A); 23Jan78; BE 133. 



EP48542. John Jacob Niles (A); 11May78; 
RE 2-826. 



SING ME GOODBYE. 

Sing me goodbye. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. c 21Apr50; MP88. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PWH); 20Mar78; BE 1-520. 



SING TILL THE POWER OF THE LORD COMES. 

Sing till the power of the Lord comes. 
Words & music: E. P. Johnson. 
6 13Jun50; E0206773. E. P. Johnson 
(A) ; 10Apr78; BE 3-293. 



SING YE IN JOY. 

Sing ye in joy. SATB or SSAB. a 
Sergei Bachmaninoff , musical arr. Peter 
Daniel Tkach. NM: arr. 6 120ct50; 
EP49839. Agnes Luvaas (W of Peter 
Daniel Tkach) ; 7Apr78; BE 2-174. 



SHY BABY. 

Shy baby. Hords E music: Harold 
Buskirk. © 29Dec50; EU224814. Harold 
Buskirk (A) ; 20Mar78; BE 1-021. 



SI PODIEBAS AMABME. 

Si pudieras amarme. Letra y musica: 
Pedro Escobedo Hernandez. © 15Dec50; 
EF21762. Pedro Escobedo Hernandez (A) ; 
13Mar78: BE 1-484. 



SI VOLVIERA A NACEB. 

Si volviera a nacer. Words: Jose Pal 
(Jose Pal Latorre) , music: Joaquin Aza. 
© 7Dec50; EF0-6377. Jose Pal Latorre. 
pseud.: Jose Pal (A); 3Mar78; RE 9 13. 



SI VOLVIEBA A NACEB. 

Si volviera a nacer. Words: Jose Pal 
Latorre, music: Joaguin Aza Liceras. 
© 7Dec50; EFO-6377. Joaguin Aza 
Liceras (A) ; 12Jun78; RE 3-800. 



SICILIAN AIB. 

Sicilian air. For string orchestra. 
By Pergolesi, arr. Quinto Maganini. 
Add. ti. : Nina, tre giorni. NM: arr. 
S 15Dec50; EP51695. Margaretta 
Kingsbury Maganini (PWH) ; 12Apr78; 
RE 2-248. 



SICILIAN AIR. 

Sicilian air. By Pergolesi, arr. for 
strings with piano: Quinto Maganini. 
Add. ti.: Nina, tre giorni. NM: arr. 
© 15Dec50; EP51694. Margaretta 
Kingsbury Maganini (W) ; 30May78; 
RE 2-924. 



LA SICUA. 

La Sicua. Letra y musica: Jose 
Moreno C. © 28Dec50; EF18175. Jose 
Moreno C. (A); 13Har78; BE 1-479. 



SIGHT UNSEEN. 

Sight unseen; a comedy in three acts. 
By Rosemary Conway Foster 6 Dean Warner 
Law. © 9Jun50; D024569. Dean Warner 
Law E Rosemary Conway Foster (A) ; 
2May78; RE 2-621. 



SIGNS OF HOPE IN A CENTURY OF DESPAIB. 

Signs of hope in a century of despair. 
By David Elton Trueblood. © 18Jan50; 
A40180. D. Elton Trueblood (A) ; 
17Jan78; BE 207. 



SILENT RIGHT, HOLY NIGHT. 

Silent night, holy night. Arr. for 
glee club: Leo Arnaud. NM: arr. 



A SIMPLIFIED MANUAL OF BODEBN BABY 

A Simplified manual of modern baby 
shoe plating. By Joseph B. Kushner. 
© 11Sep50; AA167344. Arthur S. Kushner 
(C) ; 28Jun78; BE 3-676. 



A SIMPLIFIED MANUAL OF MODEBN BRUSH 

A Simplified manual of modern brush 
plating. By Joseph B. Kushner. 
© 11Sep50; AA167345. Arthur S. Kushner 
(C) ; 28Jun78; BE 3-677. 



A SIMPLIFIED MANUAL OF MODEBN CHROME 

A Simplified manual of modern chrome 
refinishing. By Joseph B. Kushner. 
© 11Sep50; AA167343. Arthur S. Kushner 
(C) ; 17May78; RE 2-666. 



SIMPLIFIED PISTOL AND EEVOLVEB SHOOTING. 

Simplified pistol and revolver 
shooting. By Charles Edward Chapel. 
© 15Sep50; A47834. Dorothy M. Chapel 
(W) ; 21Feb78; RE 635. 



SIMPLIFIED RIFLE SHOOTING. 

Simplified rifle shooting. By Charles 
Edward Chapel. © 9Feb50; A40850. 
Dorothy S. Chapel (W) ; 2lFeb78; RE 634. 



SIMPLIFIED SCIENTIFIC EMPHEflEBIS, 1951. 

Simplified scientific emphemeris, 
1951. © 13Jun50; AA154101. The 
Bosicrucian Fellowship (PWH); 27Feb78; 
BE 7 45. 



SINCE YOU ABE GONE. 

Since you are gone. Words & music by 
Lud Isaac (Ludwig Isaac) © 13Mar50; 
E0 19772. Ludwig (Lud) Isaac (A); 
2Mar78; BE 650. 



SINFONIA. 

Sinfonia. From Wedding cantata, no. 

196. By J. S. Bach, arr. for organ solo 
by Hugh Porter. NM: arr. © 6Oct50; 

EP49713. Ethel K. Porter (B) ; 6Mar78; 
BE 780. 



SINFONIA INDIA. 

Sinfonia India. For orchestra. 
Music: Carlos Chavez. Study score. 
©■ 3May50; EP46942. Carlos Chavez (A) 
12Hay78; RE 4-236. 



SING ALL MEN. 

Sing all men; Appalachian carol. For 
3-part chorus of women's voices 6 
soprano solo a cappella. Arr. John 
Jacob Niles. NM: arr. 9 14Aug50; 



SINGAPORE. 

Singapore. By Winston Spencer 
Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, episode 
130) 6 11Oct50; AA163736. Lady Sara 
Audley 6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
BE 3-484. 



SINGEB TYPE G46 ELECTBONIC 

Singer type G46 electronic oscillator 
technical summary (supplement to form 
20098) Form 20463, Sept. 1950. By 
Singer Manufacturing Company. NM: new 
ill. 6 text. © 8Dec50; AA169175. The 
Singer Company (PWH) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-087. 



SINGING EARTH. See 

Great memories. (BE 2-900.) 

Great memories. (BE 2-901.) 

Summer stars. (RE 2-904.) 

Summer stars. (BE 2-905.) 

Tawny days. (BE 2-898.) 

Tawny days. (BE 2-899.) 

The Wind sings welcome. (BE 2-902.) 

The Wind sings welcome. (BE 2-903.) 



SINGSPIBATION, NO. 6. See 

He has saved me, praise His name. 

(BE 3-577.) 
His wondrous love to me. (BE 3-578.) 



SISTER. 

Sister. By William Humphrey. (In 
Harper's bazaar. May 1950) © 20Apr50; 
B242620. William Humphrey (A); 17Mar78; 
BE 1-372. 



SITTLICHE GRONDHALTUNGEN. See 
Fundamental moral attitudes. 
(RE 2-713.) 



SIX CONCEBT-STUDIES AFTER CAPBICES BY 
PAGANINI. See 
Studies after caprices by Paganini. 
(BE 3-117.) 



SIX MOBCEAUX. See 

Avezinha caida. (BE 1-840.) 
Corrida veloz. (BE 1-839.) 
Danca da cigana. (BE 1-842.) 
Danca do palhaco. (BE 1-837.) 
Embalando o menino doente. (BE 1-838.) 
Jogo infantil. (BE 1-841.) 



THE SIX BOBBENS. 

The Six Bobbens. By Marion Barrett 
Obermeyer. © 28Dec50; A51164. Scott, 
Foresman and Company (PWH); 24Feb78; 
BE 897. 



1978 



COBRENT REGISTRATIONS 



97 



SKATING ON THE BILL POND. 

Skating on the mill pond. No. 1399. 
By Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) 26Apr50; GB16154. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a. ); 10Apr78; RE 2-216. 



SKEET AND TR APSHOOTING. 

Skeet and trapshooting. By Tap 
Goodenough S Richard Shaughnessy. 
6 24Nov50; A50138. Tap Goodenough 6 
Dick Shaughnessy (A); 15May78; RE 2-968. 



THE SKELETON (CAME 00T THE CLOSET 

The Skeleton (came out the closet one 
night) w 6 m Ethel Jennie Heir. 
27Mar50; E0198423. Ethel Jennie Beir 
(A) ; 24Mar78; RE 1-336. 



SLIPPIN' THROUGH BY FINGERS. 

Slippin' through my fingers. Bords 6 
music: Freddie Van, Shorty Barren 6 
George Temple, Jr. 6 15AugS0; 
E0212405. Bourne Company (PBH) ; 
13Jun78; RE 3-940. 



SLOVENIA. 

Slovenia, m Bal-Berg, pseud, of 
Voldemar Rosenberg. © 15Jun50; 
EF17223. Voldemar Rosenberg (pseud.: 
Bal Berg) (A); 22Jun78; RE 4-130. 



SLOVENIA. 

Slovenia. ■ Bal-Berg, pseud, of 
Voldemar Rosenberg. © 29Dec50; 
EF19370. Voldemar Rosenberg (pseud. 
Bal Berg) (A); 22Jun78; RE 4-131. 



SO Y00NG A BODY. 

So young a body. 
3Jan50; A40700. 
12Jun78; RE 3-795. 



By Frank Bunce. 
Frank Bunce (A) ; 



SOCIAL FORCES, OCT. 31, 1950. See 
Can the individual protect himself 
against propaganda not in his 
interest? (RE 127.) 



SOCIAL STODIES INSTR0CTION: ORGA- 

Social studies instruction: 
organization, teaching and supervision 
of the social studies in secondary 
schools. By Maurice P. Boffatt. 
© 22May50; A4424 1. Maurice P. Boffatt 
(A) ; 3May78; RE 2-719. 



SKILL GAME PLAYING CARD. 

Skill game playing card. By Robert 
Hiram Krum. © 30Oct50; AA167661 
Robert H. Krum (A); 7Apr78; RE 2-227. 



SKY HIGH. 

Sky high; a comedy in three acts. By 
Florence Ryerson (Florence Ryerson 

Clements) 6 Alice D. G. Biller. 

29Nov50; DP527. Hal Ryerson (C) & 

Alice D. G. Biller (A); 2Bay78; 
RE 2-620. 



SKYLINE. 

Skyline; tone poem for piano. By 
Baiter Bishop. © 28Dec50; EP52048. 
Baiter Bishop (A) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-747. 



SLAVONIC DANCE NOBBER 1. 

Slavonic dance number 1. Op. 46, no. 
1. Music by Antonin Dvorak, new arr. 
with fingerings, bowings, and expression 
marks: George Szell. Full score. NB: 
arr. © 29Dec50; EP52258. Helene Szell 
(B) ; 24Feb78; RE 506. 



SLAVONIC DANCE NOHBER 3. 

Slavonic dance number 3. Op. 46, no. 
3. Basic by Antonin Dvorak, new arr. 
with fingerings, bowings, and expression 
marks: George Szell. Full score. NM: 
arr. © 29Dec50; EP52256. Helene Szell 
(B) ; 24Feb78; RE 504. 



SLAY RIDE FOR A LADY. 

Slay ride for a lady. By Harry 
Bhittington. © 3Nov50; A50144. Harry 
Bhittington (A); 12Jan78; RE 37. 



SLEEPSIN-BY. 

Sleepsin-by; piano solo. Music by 
Lora Dickinson. © 27Dec50; EP54402. 
Lora Dickinson (A); 31Har78; RE 1-330. 



SLEEPY-EYED JOHN. 

Sleepy-eyed John. Bords and music: 
Tex Atcheson. © 17Jul50; E0209694. 
Tex Atcheson (A); 17Apr78; RE 2-296. 



SLEEPY MOON. 

Sleepy Moon; Sherrie saunter. For 
piano, includes dance instructions. 
Steps devised by Nancy Clarke, music and 
piano arr. Jack Sachan. NB: piano arr. 
S music. © 22Jul50; EFO-489. Jack 
Sachan (A); 3Apr78; RE 2-137. 



A SLIP OF THE HEART. 

A Slip of the heart. Bords: Sid 
Tepper 6 Roy Brodsky, music: Jack Kelly. 
8 29Dec50; EP52156. Sid Tepper, Boy 
Brodsky 6 Jack Kelly (A) ; 7Har78; 
RE 764. 



SLOB JOORNEY. 

Slow journey; a story. By Sylvia 
Shirley (Sylvia Shirley Jackel) (In The 
Pacific spectator, summer 1950) 
© 18Jul50; B256548. Harry Jackel (Br); 
3Apr78; RE 1-762. 



THE SHART LITTLE HO0SE. 

The Smart little mouse. Text: Earl 
Sherwan, illustrator: Katherine Phillips 
Clark. © 29Aug50; A48104. Earl 
Sherwan (A) S Rand BcNally 6 Company 
(PBH) ; 30Bay78; RE 2-800. 



SBARTYPANTS. 

Smartypants; a laugh comedy in three 
acts. By Nydia Taylor, pseud, of Bilbur 
Braun. © 1Jun50; DP96. Samuel French, 
Inc. (PBH); 6Bar78; RE 1-119. 



SBILE ON BY LIPS (AND AN ACHE IN BY 

Smile on my lips (and an ache in my 
heart) Bords & music: Johnnie Bright, 
Jack Anglin 6 Jim Anglin. © 29Dec50; 
E0224810. Johnnie Bright 6 Jim Anglin 
(A) ; 20Bar78; RE 1-018. 



SBOERGOSBORD CAFE. . 

Smoergosbord Cafe, w 6 m Carl Lind, 
pseud, of Carl Leroy Lindbom, Jimmy 
Lind, pseud, of Otto Lindbom, 6 Robert 
Hudson Duffee. © 26Apr50; E0201893. 
Carl Leroy Lindbom 6 Otto Lindbom (A) ; 
10Apr78; BE 2-256. 



THE SNOB SO DEEP. 

The Snow so deep. No. 1389. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Bary Robertson 
Boses) 9 26Apr50; G016145. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; RE 1-646. 



THE SNOB BAS BLACK. 

The Snow was black. By Georges 
Simenon, translation of Le Neige etait 
sale by Louise Varese. NB: translation. 
© 10Apr50; A44126. Louise Varese (A); 
1Bay78; BE 2-726. 



SNOB BHITE FANTASY. 

Snow Bhite fantasy. By Frank 
Churchill 6. Bourne, Inc., employer for 
hire of arranger, C. Paul Herfurth. NB: 
arr. © 3Nov50; EP50409. Bourne 
Company (PBH); 21Jun78; BE 3-941. 



SO ENDS THE NIGHT. 

So ends the night. w & m Aaron 
Schroeder, Martin Kalmanoff 6 Gloria 
Shain. © 11Sep50; E0215016. Aaron 
Schroeder, Hartin Kalmanoff 6 Gloria 
Shain (A); 12Jun78; BE 4-0 11. 



SO VIELE HAABE 0ND KEINEN KAHB. See 
signorina, rina, rina. (BE 3-400.) 



SOCIAL STODIES SERIES. See 

Teacher's manual for Nancy's world. 
(BE 2-627.) 



SOLITAIBE BL0ES. 

Solitaire blues. w Ben Blossner, m 
Irma Hollander. © 240ct50; E0219234. 
Brenda Hall (C of Irma Hollander) ; 
2May78; BE 3-840. 



SOMEBODY DID A BONDERF0L JOB ON YO0. 

Somebody did a wonderful job on you. 
w 6 m Charles Vernon Bolfe. © 15May50; 
E0203847. Charles Vernon Bolfe (A) ; 
3Bar78; RE 947. 



SOBEBODY NEEDS BE. 

Somebody needs me. w 6 m Scripture 
Press. © 17Apr50; EP373383. Scripture 
Press Publications, Inc. (PBH) ; 22Feb78; 
RE 593. 



SOBEBODY SPEAK FOR KATY. 

Somebody speak for Katy. By Bary 
Elizabeth Bitherspoon. © 25Sep50; 
A48072. Bary Elizabeth Bitherspoon (A) 
28Jun78; RE 4-254. 



SOBEBODY' S LONELY. 

Somebody's lonely. w, m 6 piano arr. 
Carl Adam Keth. © 12Dec50; E0223552. 
Carl A. Keth (A); 30Jan78; RE 1-318. 



SOBEONE BILL TELL YO0 (NOT I) 

Someone will tell you (not I) Bords 6 
music: Hal Storez, Carley Bills 6 Jerry 
Valentine. © 27Jun50; E0208081. Hal 
Storez & Jerry Valentine (A) ; 23Bay78; 
RE 3-378. 



SOMETHING FROM OUT THEBE. 

Something from out there. By August 
Derleth. (In Beird tales, Jan. 1951) 
© 1Nov50; B269768. April Derleth Smith 
& Balden B. Derleth (C) ; 27Apr78; 
RE 2-583. 



SON OF THE GIANT. 

Son of the giant. By Stuart 
Engstrand. © 2flar50; A41781. 
Stephanie Engstrand Federman (C) 
27Feb78; BE 827. 



SON OF THE HABK. 

Son of the hawk. By Thomas H. 
Raddall. © 10Apr50; A42785. Thomas H. 
Raddall (A) ; 8Bay78; RE 2-780. 



SONATA FOB PIANO. 

Sonata for piano. Op. 26. m Samuel 
Barber. © 20Jan50; EP44533. Samuel 
Barber (4); 11flay78; RE 2-817. 



98 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



SONATA FOE VIOLIN AND PIANO. 

Sonata for violin and piano. m Sir 
William Walton. 11May50; EFO-3208. 
Sic William Halton (A); 21Apr78; 
HE 2-351. 



SONATA FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO. 

Sonata for violin and piano. Music: 
David Diamond. 19Sep50; EP49721. 
David Diamond (A); 12Hay78; RE 4-242. 



SONATA NUMBER 1. 

Sonata number 1. Op. 3. For piano. 
By John Vaeinoe Forsaan. Add. ti. : 
Sonate Nummec 1. 9 18Dec50; EFO-7504. 
John Vaeinoe Forsman (A) ; 13Mar78; 
RE 1-836. 



SONATE FOEB VIOLINE OND KLAVIER. 

Sonate fuer Violine und Klavier. Op. 
11. a Gottfried VonEinem. S 16Jun50; 
EFO-4366. Gottfried VonEinem (A); 
13Feb78; RE 616. 



SONATE NUMBER 1. See 

Sonata number 1. (RE 1-836.) 



SONATEN FUER KLAVIER UND VIOLINE. 

Sonaten fuer Klavier und Violine. 
Band II. By Beethoven, fingering, 
footnotes 6 preface: Halther La rape B 
Kurt Schaeffer. 8 190ct50; EFO-6069. 
G. Henle Verlag (PWH) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 3-664. 



SONATINE FUER KLAVIER. 

Sonatine fuer Klavier. Op. 12, Nr. 1. 
Music: Hans Poser. 5Dec50; EFO-7932. 
Haltraut Poser (W) ; 25May78; RE 3-141. 



SONATINEN FUER KLAVIER. See 

2 Sonatinen fuer Klavier. (RE 612.) 
2 Sonatinen fuer Klavier. (RE 3-140.) 



A SONG FOR CHRISTMAS DAY. 

A Song for Christmas Day. w 6 m John 
Seely, Ervin G. Henry & Kenneth F. 
Nelson. 9 17Oct50; ED220246. John 
Seely, Ervin G. Henry 6 Kenneth F. 
Nelson (A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-320. 



SONG IN THE NIGHT. 

Song in the night. Words: G. L. D. 
Cox, music: Johnny Wynert, pseud, of 
Chanan Winternitz. 9 7Apr50; EP94600. 
Chanan Winternitz E G. L. D. Cox (A) ; 
10May78; RE 2-731. 



A SONG OF PRAISE. 

A Song of praise. Music: Carrie B. 
Adams. (In The Choir herald, July 1950) 
NM: music. 26May50; B249251. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 24May78; 
RE 3-247. 



SONG OF THE CHILDREN AT THE MANGER AT 
BETHLEHEM. See 
Christ and the children. (RE 1-776.) 



SONG OF THE EAST. 

Song of the East. For clarinet. By 
Bimsky-Korsakof f [Nikolai Bimsky- 
Korsakov], arr. M. Agounoff, pseud, of 
Quinto Maganini. NM: arr. 9 2Jul50; 
EP48240. Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini 
(B) ; 12Apr78; RE 2-406. 



THE SONG OF THE FROG. 

The Song of the frog. By Rodger 
Taylor, pseud, for Raymond H. Taylor. 
2Jun50; A44505. Raymond H. Taylor 
(A) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-386. 



SONG TO MUSIC. See 

Moore's Song to music. (RE 3-768.) 



SONGS FOR CHRISTIAN WORSHIP. 

Songs for Christian worship. 
25Mar50; AA1 46968. Board of 
Christian Education of the United 
Presbyterian Church of North America 
(PWH) ; 16Feb78; RE 589. 



SONGS OF COMFORT AND CHEER. See 
Forever at home. (RE 4-074.) 



SONNET FOB TROMBONE AND PIANO. 

Sonnet for trombone and piano. Arr. 
from Song for trombone: Quinto Maganini. 
NM: arr. 2Jul50; EP48235. 
Margaretta Kingsbury Maganini (W) ; 
12Apr78; BE 2-401. 



SOONER OR LATER. 

Sooner or later. w G m Smokey Warren 
6 Mickey Homick. 9 18May50; E0204317. 
Smokey Warren 6 Mickey Homick (A) ; 
6Mar78; BE 1-027. 



THE SOBCEBEB'S APPBENTICE. 

The Sorcerer's apprentice. For piano. 
By Paul Dukas, transcription: Gyorgy 
Sandor. NM: transcription. © 31Mar50; 
EP45739. Gyorgy Sandor (A); 12May78; 
RE 3-118. 



SOBBOW BY DAI. 

Sorrow by day. By Marjorie Coryn. 
1May50; A43815. Marjorie Coryn (A) ; 
22May78; RE 3-224. 



SOBBI WOMAN BLUES. 

Sorry woman blues. Words S music: Eli 
Thompson, Jr. © 21Jul50; E0210242. 
Eli Thompson, Jr. (A); 7Apr78; BE 3-343. 



LES SOULIEBS ROUGES ET AHTRES CONTES. 

Les Souliers rouges et autres contes; 
le livre d* images sans images. De H. C. 
Andersen, translation: Emmanuel 
Handrich. NM: translation. 23Nov50; 
AFO-3331. Emmanuel Handrich (A); 
17Apr78; RE 2-554. 



THE SOUND OF FUBlf. 

The Sound of fury. By Bobert Stillman 
Productions, Inc. © 15Nov50; LP718. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 20Mar78; BE 1-535. 



SOUBCE BEADINGS IN MUSIC HISTOBY. 

Source readings in music history. By 
Oliver Strunk. © 20Nov50; A49842. 
Oliver Strunk (A); 7Feb78; RE 471. 



SOUTH HALF, BBAZOS COUNTY, TEX., 

South half, Brazos County, Tex., 
ownership map with well data. By Edgar 
Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole 
owner. Scale 1" = 3 000*. © 27Dec50; 
F9204. Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PWH); 
9Jan78: BE 268. 



SOUTH HALF, NORTHEAST HALF, PECOS ... 

South half, northeast half, Pecos 
•County, Tex., ownership map with well 
data. By Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, 
Edgar Tobin, sole owner. Scale 1" = 4 
000'. © 27Dec50; F9259. Tobin 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 9Jan78; BE 271. 



SOUTH HALF, TBINITY COUNTY, TEX., 

South half. Trinity County, Tex. , 
ownership map with well data. By Edgar 
Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole 



owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. 6 26Dec50; 
F8929. Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 
9Jan78; BE 265. 



THE SOUTHEBN HARMONY. See 

The Shape-note study book. (BE 2-825.) 



A SOUTHEBN LAWYEB: FIFTY YEARS AT ... 

A Southern lawyer: fifty years at the 
bar. By Aubrey Lee Brooks. 9 6Nov50; 
A49466. Thornton H. Brooks G James 
Taylor Brooks (C) ; 18Apr78; RE 2-375. 



SOUTHERN PBIHABIES AND ELECTIONS. 

Southern primaries and elections. By 
Alexander George Heard 6 Donald Stuart 
Strong. © 1Sep50; A47768. Alexander 
Heard 6 Donald S. Strong (A); 21Jun78; 
BE 3-859. 



SOUTHWEST REVIEW. See 

The Bitterweed path. (BE 2-781.) 



SPARROW IN THE BARBEL. 

Sparrow in the barrel. Music: Johnny 
Sparrow. © 26Apr50; EU201883. Johnny 
Sparrow (A); 10Apr78; BE 3-286. 



SPABBOW'S ABBOW. 

Sparrow's arrow. Music: Johnny 
Sparrow. © 3JU150; EU208779. Johnny 
Sparrow (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 3-305. 



SPEECH THEEAPY FOB THE PHYSICALLY 

Speech therapy for the physically 
handicapped. By Sarah Stinchfield Hawk. 
24Feb50; A41487. The Board of 
Trustees of the Hollenbeck Home for the 
Aged (E) ; 17Apr78; EE 2-364. 



SPIBIT OF GOD. 

Spirit of God. Words G music arr. 
Sarah E. Taylor, 6 Peter Marshall, 
pseud, of Louise L. Wilson. (In The 
Volunteer choir, Apr. 1950) © 6Mar50; 
B241549. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 2Har78; RE 872. 



SPIEITOAL GUIDANCE OF MAN AND HUMANITY. 

Spiritual guidance of man and 
humanity. By Henry B. Monges. NM: 
translation, additions G revisions. 
9 19Dec50; AA170336. Anthroposophic 
Press, Inc. (PWH) ; 19Jun78; HE 3-846. 



SPIEITOAL SAILOB. 

Spiritual sailor. For 4— part chorus 
of mixed voices. Adaptation & arr. John 
Jacob Niles, Lewis Henry Horton 6 George 
Pullen Jackson. NM: adaptation 6 arr. 
9 13Sep50; EP49669. John Jacob Niles 
(A) ; 11May78; BE 2-827. 



SPOILEBS OF THE PLAINS. 

Spoilers of the plains. By Eepublic 
Productions, Inc. 9 15Feb51 (in notice: 
1950); LP722. Bepix, Inc., a wholly 
owned subsidiary of National Telefilm 
Associates, Inc. (PWH) ; 8May78; 
BE 2-657. 



SPOON BIVEB. See 

La Collina. (BE 611.) 



SPOBT, APB. 1950. See 

The Ops and downs of Old Pete. 
(BE 288.) 



THE SPOBTING SUWANNEE. 

The Sporting Suwannee. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. 9 4Aug50; BP428. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



99 



THE SPORTING S0WANNEE. (CON.) 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 20Har78; RE 1-523. 



EFO-5348. Marjorie Carina David (NK of 
Harry Parr-Davies) 6 E. Hassall (W) ; 
10Hay78; HE 2-920. 



Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCB) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 3-963. 



SPORTS AFIELD. 

Sports afield. Vol. 124, no. 3, Sept. 
1950. S 30Aug50; B262210. The Hearst 

Corporation (PWH); 15Mar78; RE 1-429. 



SPORTS AFIELD. 

Sports afield. Vol. 124, no. 4, Oct. 

1950. 29Sep50; B266848. The Hearst 

Corporation (PWH) ; 15Mar78; RE 1-430. 



SPORTS AFIELD. 

Sports afield. Vol. 121, no. 5, Nov. 
1950. 27Oct50; B271432. The Hearst 
Corporation (PHH) ; 15Mar78; RE 1-431. 



SPORTS AFIELD. 

Sports afield. Vol. 124, no. 6, Dec. 
1950. 29Nov50; B276622. The Hearst 

Corporation (PHH) ; 15flar78; RE 1-432. 



SPORTS AFIELD. 

Sports afield. Vol. 125, no. 1, Jan. 
1951. © 29Dec50; B281139. The Hearst 

Corporation (PWH); 11May78; RE 2-774. 



SPORTS AFIELD, JAN. 1951. See 
Bass country. (RE 2-111.) 



SPORTSCOPE. See 

Crocodile hunters. (RE 3-661.) 
Football's mighty mustang. (RE 3-659.) 



SPORTSCOPE, NO. 12. See 

Lady of the deep. (RE 2-101.) 



THE SPORTSMEN. 

The Sportsmen; a war-time Lancashire 
one act comedy. By Percival Wilde. 
6 19May50; DP98. Dana H. Ross (NK) ; 
16Mar78; RE 1-622. 



SPOT, THE DALHATIAN POP. 

Spot, the dalmatian pup. Illustrator: 
Marguerite Kirmse. 9 28Jul50; A46244. 
Theodore Fitz Randolph (E) ; 20Mar78; 
RE 1-653. 



SPOT, THE DALMATIAN POP. 

Spot, the dalmatian pup. Text: 
Dorothy K. L'Hommedieu. © 28Jul50; 
A46245. Henry K. L'Hommedieu (C) ; 
20Mar78; RE 1-654. 



THE SPOTTED HORSES. 

The Spotted horses. No. 1403. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) © 24Jul50; G016649. James C. 
Tonasi (Adm. c.t.a.) ; 12Jun78; BE 3-712. 



SPRING JO0RNEI. 

Spring journey; a comedy in three 
acts. By Hona Graham, pseud, of Joanna 
Roos 5 John Ware, pseud, of Edward Howe 
Mabley. © 19Sep50; DP440. Edward Howe 
Mabley 6 Joanna Roos (A) ; 16Mar78; 
RE 1-616. 



SPRING MESSAGE. 

Spring message. By Hovsep Pushman. 
© 3Apr50; G016076. Arsene Pushman G 
Armand Pushman (C) ; 8Jun78; RE 2-982. 



SPRING WILL SING A SONG FOR YO0. 

Spring will sing a song for you. 
Music by Harry Parr-Davies, words by 
Christopher Hassall. © 18Sep50; 



SPRINGTIME IN WISCONSIN. 

Springtime in Wisconsin. w 6 a Carl 
Lind, pseud, of Carl Leroy Lindbom, 
Jimmy Lind, pseud, of Otto Lindbom, G 
Robert Hudson Duffee. © 26Apr50; 
E0201892. Carl Leroy Lindbom 6 Otto 
Lindbom (A); 10Apr78; RE 2-255. 



SQ0EAKIN' DOORS AN' CREAKIN' FLOORS. 

Squeakin' doors an' creakin' floors. 
Words 6 music: Tony Starr 6 Jack Wolf 
Fine. 6 18Apr50; E0201356. Southern 
Music Publishing Company, Inc. (PWH of 
Tony Starr); 17Feb78; BE 604. 



SQ0EEZIN' POLKA. 

Squeezin' polka. w Buddy Ebsen 
(Christian Ebsen) , a Bonnie Lake (Bonnie 
Lake Murray) 6 31Aug50; E0213957. 
Buddy Ebsen a.k.a. Christian Ebsen (A) ; 
3Jan78; RE 5. 



SQ0IRREL CRAZY. See 

Nutsy in Squirrel crazy. (RE 581.) 



STACKED DECK. 

Stacked deck. Words 6 music: William 
Wright. © 20Dec50; EU224229. William 
Wright (A) ; 7Apr78; RE 3-363. 



STAGE STR0CK. See 

Half Pint in Stage struck. (BE 580.) 



STAGE TO T0CSON. 

Stage to Tucson. By Columbia Pictures 
Corporation. © 31Dec50; LP994. 
Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-597. 



STAINED GLASS, CHABTBES CATHEDBAL, ... 

Stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, 
"Annunciation" (west central lancet) By 
James B. Johnson. 3 16Oct50; J06567. 
James B. Johnson (A); 1flay78; BE 2-640. 



STAN'S HOOD. 

Stan's mood. Music: Al Cohen. 
© 19Jun50; E0207258. Al Cohen (A); 
7Apr78; BE 3-341. 



STAB MONEY. 

Star money. By Kathleen Winsor. 
© 12Apr50; A42756. Kathleen Winsor 
(A) ; 13Apr78; BE 2-340. 



STAB SONG. 

Star song; a Christmas play in one 
act. By Florence Byerson (Florence 
Ryerson Clements) © 12Jun50; D024588. 
Hal Byerson (C) ; 2May78; BE 2-622. 



STABLIGHT ROOF WALTZ. 

Starlight roof waltz. Arr. for 
orchestra: George Melachrino. NM: arr. 
© 30Dec50; EFO-6164. Chappell 6 
Company, Ltd. (PBH) ; 16Feb78; RE 656. 



START 'EM YO0NG. 

Start 'em young. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. (Grantland Bice 
sportlight) © 18Apr50; MP57. National 
Telefilm Associates, Inc. (PWH) ; 
20Mar78; BE 1-519. 



STARTLING STOBIES. 

Startling stories. Vol. 22, no. 2, 
Nov. 1950. 6 1Sep50; B268501. CBS 



STABTLING STORIES. 

Startling stories. Vol. 22, no. 3, 
Jan. 1951. © 3Nov50; B280552. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
BE 3-969. 



STATE FAIB. See 

It's a grand night for singing. 
(BE 724.) 



STATE SECRET. 

State secret. By Columbia Pictures 
Corporation. © 19Sep50; LP338. EMI 
Films, Ltd. (PWH) ; 3Mar78; BE 1-035. 



THE STATELY HOMES OF ENGLAND. 

The Stately homes of England. Arr. 
for 4 part male chorus: William 
Stickles. NM: arr. © 31Dec50; 
EP53043. Chappell 6 Company, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 16Feb78; RE 523. 



STATISTICAL INDICATORS OF CYCLICAL ... 

Statistical indicators of cyclical 
revivals and recessions. By Geoffrey H. 
Moore. (Occasional paper, no. 31) 
© 26Apr50; A43712. National Bureau of 
Economic Besearch, Inc. (PWH) ; 7Apr78; 
BE 2-178. 



STAY ON THE GOOD SIDE OF HEAVEN, 

Stay on the good side of heaven, walk 
hand in hand with the Lord. Piano copy, 
w 6 m Begina Day, pseud, of Elizabeth 
Joan Schroeder. 6 4Dec50; E0223592. 
Josephine Maier Leutz 5 John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 22May78; BE 3-633. 



STEDMAN'S SHOBTEB MEDICAL DICTIONABY. 

Stedman's Shorter medical dictionary. 
By Thomas Lathrop Stedaan, additions and 
corrections: Edwin P. Jordan. NM: 
additions & corrections. © 20Jun50; 
A45581. Edwin P. Jordan (A) ; 7Feb78; 
RE 806. 



STEP TO THE BEAR OF THE CAR, PLEASE. 

Step to the rear of the car, please. 
w & m Johnny Mercer. © 15Dec50; 
ED224366. Elizabeth Mercer (W) , John 
Jefferson Mercer 6 Georgia Amanda Corwin 
(C) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-034. 



THE STEVENSONS: LO0IS AND FANNY. 

The Stevensons: Louis and Fanny. By 
Laura L. Hinkley. © 28Aug50; A47099. 
Hastings House, Publishers, Inc. (PWH) ; 
10Mar78; BE 1-241. 



STINGY. 

Stingy. w 6 m Al Trace & Ben L. 
Trace. © 3Nov50; E0220834. Al Trace 
(A) 6 Elizabeth C. Bissonette (E of Ben 
L. Trace) ; 17Jan78; RE 52. 



STONE COLD DEAD. 

Stone cold dead. By Bichard 
Ellington. © 12Apr50; A42935. Bichard 
Ellington (A) ; 12Jun78; RE 3-905. 



STOP THAT WEDDIN'. 

Stop that weddin*. w 6 m Shorty 
Warren, George Libonate S Jack Lynch. 
© 18May50; E0204316. Shorty Warren, 
George Libonate 6 Jack Lynch (A) ; 
6Mar78; HE 1-028. 



100 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE STOHY. 

The Story. By Mark Schorer. 
28Jun50; A45298. Mark Schorer (A) 
7Jun78; BE 3-764. 



THE STORY OF IBVING BERLIN. 

The Story of Irving Berlin. By David 
Ewen 6 Jane Castle. 17Mar50; A43359. 
David Even (A) ; 21Apr78; RE 2-457. 



STORY OF THE TOBACCO PLAINS COONTHY. 

Story of the tobacco plains country. 
Editor: Olga Weydemeyer Johnson, 
assistant editors: Clara Enden Brock, 
Lillian Mills Leighty, Marie Cuffe Shea 
S Jessamine Murray Morrison. @ 16Oct50; 
A48755. Olga Weydemeyer Johnson (A) ; 
28Feb78; RE 2-647. 



THE STORY OF TOBY. 

The Story of Toby. Text: Jane Shearer 
Moore, illustrator: Dorothy Grider. 
21Aug50; A47289. Jane Shearer Moore 
(A) 6 Rand McNally S Company (PWH) ; 
30May78; RE 2-795. 



STRADIVAEIO. 

Stradivario; fantasia di instrumenti 
che ballano. m Gian Francesco 
Malipiero. Partitura. © 20Apr50; 
EFO-3335. Gian Francesco Malipiero (A); 
28Mar78; RE 1-848. 



STRAIGHTEN HIM O0T. 

Straighten him out. Words 6 music: 
Marylyn Scott. © 1Sep50; EU214017. 
Marylyn Scott (A); 15May78; RE 3-385. 



STRAIGHTEN OUT YO0R TRO0BLES (WITH ... 

Straighten out your troubles (with the 
Lord) Words and music: Tex Atchison. 
© 4Oct50; E0217511. Tex Atchison (A); 
17Apr78; RE 2-311. 



STRANGE ADVENTURES. 

Strange adventures. No. 1, Aug.-Sept. 
1950. © 21Jun50; B252128. D C Comics, 
Inc. (PWH); 7Feb78; RE 410. 



STRANGE WOMAN. 

Strange woman. Words & music: Mel 
Walker S Johnny Otis, © 21Jul50; 
ED210243. Mel Walker 6 Johnny Otis (A) 
7Apr78; RE 3-344. 



STRANGER IN THE CITY. 

Stranger in the city. w 6 m Louis 
Alter. S 28JU150; EP48U77. Louis 
Alter (A); 2Jun78; RE 3-431. 



THE STREAMLET'S LULLABY. 

The Streamlet's lullaby. Arr. for 
soprano S alto with English words: 
Robert Gill. © 15Jan51 (in notice: 
1950); EFO-7385. Margaret Gill (W) ; 
15May78; RE 2-966. 



STRENGTHEN YE THE WEAK HANDS. 

Strengthen ye the weak hands; anthem 
for tenor solo and S A T B with organ. 
Music: William H. Harris. © 23Oct50; 
EFO-5615. Anne Patricia Eggar (C) ; 
3Jul78; RE 3-784. 



THE STR0GGLE FOR PALESTINE. 

The Struggle for Palestine. By Jacob 
Coleman Hurewitz. © 25Sep50; A47911. 
J. C. Hurewitz (A) ; 25May78; RE 3-450. 



STUBBORN TH0NDER. 

Stubborn thunder. By Trendle-Striker. 
(The Lone Ranger, no. 2676-1901) 



O 20Mar50; D023882. Lone Banger 
Television, Inc. (PWH); 16Jun78; 
RE 3-532. 



THE STODENT BIBLE. 

The Student Bible. By Mordecai H. 
Lewittes. 31Aug50; A46949. Mordecai 
H. Lewittes (A) ; 10Feb78; RE 465. 



STUDIES AFTER CAPRICES BY PAGANINI. 

Studies after caprices by Paganini, 
op. 3. Six concert-studies after 
caprices by Paganini, op. 10. For 
piano. By Robert Schumann, editing 6 
foreword: Harold Bauer. NM: editing 6 
foreword. © 15Feb50; EP45212. G. 
Schirmer, Inc. (PWH) ; 12May78; RE 3-117. 



STUDIES IN INCOME AND WEALTH. 

Studies in income and wealth. Vol. 
12. © 25Jan50; A40296. National 
Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. (PWH) 
7Apr78; RE 2-175. 



STODIES IN LEADERSHIP, DEC. 5, 1950. See 
Power-seekers. (RE 961.) 



STDDY GOIDE FOR HOW TO MAKE 

Study guide for How to make arithmetic 
meaningful. By Leo J. Brueckner 6 
Foster E. Grossnickle. © 30Mar50; 
AA 146748. Holt, Rinehart and Winston 
(PWH); 27Apr78; RE 2-626. 



A STODY OF THE PLACE-NAMES IN ... 

A Study of the place-names in Lawman's 
Brut. By Roland Blenner-Hassett. 
© 26May50; A44536. Roland Blenner- 
Hassett (A); 27Mar78; BE 2-000. 



STYLES IN PAINTING. 

Styles in painting. By Paul Zucker. 
© 15Sep50; A47525. Lotte Pulvermacher- 
Egers (E) ; 29Har78; RE 1-866. 



SUBURBAN STREET. 

Suburban street. By Maurice Otrillo, 
author of renewable matter: Anton 
Schutz. © 26JU150; H1666. New York 
Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 7Mar78; 
RE 1-226. 



SUCCESSFUL RETAIL SALESMANSHIP. 

Successful retail salesmanship. By O. 
Preston Robinson 6 Christine H. 
Robinson. 2d ed. NM: revisions S 
additions. © 26Jan50; A40483. O. 
Preston Robinson 6 Christine H. Robinson 
(A) : 24Feb78; RE 817. 



SUCCESSFUL TAX PRACTICE. 

Successful tax practice. By Hugh C. 
Bickford. © 30Jan50; A40685. Hugh C. 
Bickford (A); 24Feb78; RE 819. 



SUCH LOVE IS SELDOM. 

Such love is seldom; a biography of 
Mother Mary Walsh, O. P. By Anne Cawley 
Boardman. 9 1Nov50; A49393. Anne 
Cawley Boardman (A); 15Jun78; RE 4-057. 



SUFRO TU AUSENCIA. 

. Sufro tu ausencia. Words 6 music: 
Juan Neri. © 20Dec50; EFO-17224. 
Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter- 
nacional (PWH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-793. 



"SUGAR CHILE" ROBINSON, BILLIE ... 

"Sugar Chile" Robinson, Billie 
Holiday, Count Basie and his sextet. By 
Universal Pictures Company, Inc. 



O 6Dec50; MP873. Universal City 
Studios, Inc. (PWH) ; 27Apr78; kE 2-499. 



SUGAR SWEET. 

Sugar sweet. w Jack Elliott, m Lew 

Quadling. & ISSepSO; EP49182. Lew 

Quadling (A); 13Jan78; RE 38. 



SUGAR SWEET. 

Sugar sweet. w John M. Elliott, m Lew 

Quadling. © 14Aug50; EU213441. Lew 

Quadling (A) ; 13Jan78; RE 40. 



SUITE. 

Suite. From The Mount of Olives. For 
three trombones. By Beethoven, 
transcribed by Allen Ostrander. 
© 2Jul50; EP48236. Margaretta 
Kingsbury Maganini (PWH); 12Apr78; 
RE 2-402. 



SUITE FOR STRINGS. 

Suite for strings. By Alexander 
Williao Law. © 27Nov50; E0222307. 
Alexander William Law (A) ; 21Feb78; 
RE 637. 



SUITE FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO. 

Suite for violin and piano. Op. 18. 
Music: Paul Creston. © 10Jul50; 
EP47950. Paul Creston (A); 12May78; 
BE 4-240. 



SUITE FOR WOODWIND QUINTETTE. 

Suite for woodwind guintette. m James 
B. Gayfer. Score and parts. © 29Dec50; 
EP52261. James M. Gayfer (A) ; 24Feb78; 
RE 507. 



SUITE ON CHORAL WORKS. 

Suite on choral works. For brass 
instruments. By Carissimi, Cherubini 6 
Willaert, transcribed by Allen 
Ostrander. NM: transcription. 
© 12May50; EP47934. Margaretta 
Kingsbury Maganini (PWH); 12Apr78; 
BE 2-409. 



SUMMA THEOLOGICA. See 

Middle High German translation of the 
Summa theologica by Thomas Aguinas. 
(RE 3-274.) 



SOHMER DAY'S DREAM. 

Summer day's dream; a play in two 
acts. By John Boynton Priestley. 
© 5May50; DP82. John Boynton Priestley 
(A) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-608. 



SUMMER STARS. 

Summer stars; song for low voice, in G 
flat. From the cycle. Singing earth, 
for solo voice 6 orchestra. Music by 
Elinor Remick Warren, w Carl Sandburg. 
© 3Nov50; EP50383. Elinor Remick 
Warren (A); 5May78; RE 2-904. 



SUMMER STARS. 

Summer stars; song for high voice, in 
A, £ piano. From the cycle. Singing 
earth, for solo voice £ orchestra. 
Music by Elinor Remick Warren, w Carl 
Sandburg. © 3Nov50; EP50384. Elinor 
Remick Warren (A) ; 5May78; RE 2-905. 



SUMMER SUNDAY. 

Summer Sunday; a drama in one act. By 
John Taylor. © 8Mar50; DP1375. John 
Taylor (A); 19Apr78; RE 3-221. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



10 1 



SUNDAY EVENING BLUES. 

Sunday evening blues. Words and 
music: Hattie O'Neil. 29Dec50; 
EP52170. Hattie O'Neil (A); 7Mar78; 
RE 775. 



SUNDAY SKATING. 

Sunday skating. No. 1111. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Nary Robertson Hoses) 
24Jul50; GU16656. James C. Tomasi 
(Ado. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-719. 



SUPERMAN. 

Superman. By Jerry Siegel 6 Joe 
Shuster. (In Action comics, Feb. 1951) 
13Dec50; B285871. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 30Jan78; RE 144. 



SUPERMAN. 

Superman. By Jerry Siegel 5 Joe 
Shuster. (In Action comics, Jan. 1951) 
S 13Nov50; B273376. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PUB) ; 30Jan78; RE 150. 



SVANESOEEN. 

Svanesoeen. For piano. Music: Peter 
Tschaikowsky [Peter Ilyitch Tchai- 
kovsky], arr. Leif Haraldsted. Add. 
ti. : The Swan Lake. (In Ballet music, 
2) 15Dec50; EF17047. Leif 
Haraldsted (A); 13Mar78; RE 1-829. 



THE SHAN LAKE. See 

Svanesoeen. (RE 1-829.) 



SUNDOWN- 

Sundown. By »1 Cody, pseud, of Archie 
Joscelyn © 18Hay50; A44248. Archie 
Joscelyn (Al Cody, pseud.) (A); 25May78; 
RE 3-166. 



SUPERMAN. 

Superman. By Jerry Siegel 6 Joe 
Shuster. (In Action comics, Dec. 1950) 
© 11Oct50; B268472. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 30Jan78; RE 151. 



THE SWAPPING SONG. 

The Swapping song. For full chorus of 
mixed voices 6 tenor or baritone solo a 
cappella. m 6 adaptation of the text: 
John Jacob Niles. NM: music G 
adaptation of text. 6 8Jun50; EP47262. 
John Jacob Niles (A); 12May78; BE 3-123. 



SUNKEN UNIVERSE. See 
Dies irae. (RE 3-701.) 



SUNSET. 

Sunset; the Pacific monthly. Vol. 
105, no. 1, July 1950. © 25Jun50; 
B253156. Lane Publishing Company (PCW) 
31Jan78; RE 211. 



SUNSET. 

Sunset; the Pacific monthly. Vol. 
105, no. 2, Aug. 1950. © 25Jul50; 
B260398. Lane Publishing Company (PCH) ; 
6Mar78; RE 1-163. 



SUNSET. 

Sunset; the Pacific monthly. Vol. 
105, no. 3, Sept. 1950. 6 25Aug50; 
B262214. Lane Publishing Company (PCS), 
5Apr78; RE 2-231. 



SUNSET. 

Sunset; the Pacific monthly. Vol. 
105, no. 4, Oct. 1950. © 25Sep50; 
B267942. Lane Publishing Company (PCH); 
26Apr78; RE 2-629. 



SUNSET. 

Sunset; the Pacific monthly. Vol. 
105, no. 5, Nov. 1950. © 25Oct50; 
B272061. Lane Publishing Company (PCH); 
31May78; RE 3-019. 



SUNSET TO DAWN. 

Sunset to dawn. Words 6 music: Johnny 
Otis S Ravon Darell. © 10ct50; 
EU217361. Johnny Otis S Ravon Darell 
(A); 7Apr78; RE 3-355. 



SUNSHINE ABOVE THE STORM. 

Sunshine above the storm. Words 6 
music: James Rowe & Ira B. Wilson 

(Charles Francis Lane) (In The 

Volunteer choir. May 1950) © 27Mar50; 

B211550. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-923. 



SUNSHINE POLKA. 

Sunshine polka. For voice 6 piano. 
Dave Pritchard & William Bramhall, a 
Joseph V. Decimber E Jack Teter. 
© 1Oct50; EP52136. Joseph Decimber 
(A) ; 26Apr78; RE 2-578. 



SUNSHINE STREET. 

Sunshine street. Words and music by 
Leslie Gordon 6 Harold Keif. © 90ct50; 
EFO-5333. Leslie Gordon 6 Harold Keif 
(A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-266. 



SUPER FLUIDS. 

Superfluids. Vol. 1. By Fritz 

London. © 22Nov50; A19880. Edith 

London (i) ; 29Mar78; RE 1-869. 



SUPERMAN. 

Superman. By Jerry Siegel S Joe 
Shuster. (In Action comics, Nov. 1950) 
© 11Sep50; B263620. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 30Jan78; RE 153. 



SUPERMAN. 

Superman. By Jerry Siegel 6 Joe 
Shuster. (In Action comics, Oct. 1950) 
© 14Aug50; B259665. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PBH) ; 30Jan78; RE 338. 



SUPERMAN. 

Superman. By Jerry Siegel 6 Joe 
Shuster. (In Action comics, Sept. 1950) 
© 10Jul50; B255299. D C Comics, Inc. 
(PHH); 30Jan78; RE 311. 



SUPERMAN. 

Superman. By Jerry Siegel £ Joe 
Shuster. (In World's finest comics, 
Feb.-Mar. 1951) © 27Nov50; B275589. D 
C Comics, Inc. (PWH) ; 30Jan78; RE 3-470. 



SUPERSONIC AERODYNAMICS: A 

Supersonic aerodynamics: a theoretical 
introduction. By Edward R. C. Miles. 
© 26Apr50; A13168. Edward B. C. Miles 
(A) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-778. 



SUPERVISION FOR BETTER SCHOOLS. 

Supervision for better schools. By 
Kimball Hiles. © 12May50; A11312. 
Kimball Hiles (A); 3May78; RE 2-721. 



SOPPLEMENT TO THE THIRD EDITIOM OF . . 
Supplement to the third edition of 
Newhall's Settlement of estates and 
fiduciary law in Massachusetts; incl. 
1919 statutes and decisions to June 
1949. By Guy Newhall. © 3Feb50; 
A41268. The Lawyers Co-operative 
Publishing Company (PWH); 10Mar78; 
RE 1-164. 



SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATIONAL MONOGRAPH!, 
NO. 73. See 
Problem solving processes of college 
students: an exploratory inves- 
tigation. (BE 2-873.) 



SURPRISE FOR A COWBOY. 

Surprise for a cowboy. Text: Clyde 
Robert Bulla, ill.: Grace Paull. 
© 24JU150; A45681. Clyde Robert Bulla 
(A) ; 19Jun78; RE 1-062. 



SURVEYS, POLLS, AND SAMPLES: 

Surveys, polls, and samples: practical 
procedures. By Mildred Parten (Mildred 
Parten Newhall) © 15Mar50; A41912. 
Sidney M. Newhall (Hr) ; 17May78; 
BE 3-041. 



SHEEP AWAY THE CLOUDS AND HANG OUT 

Sweep away the clouds and hang out the 
stars, for I'm gonna get me a new love. 
Words 6 music: Dorothy-Sarah a.k.a. 
Sarah-Dorothy Rutchmann. © 27Nov50; 
E0222230. Dorothy-Sarah a.k.a. 
Sarah-Dorothy Rutchmann (A) ; 10Bar78; 
BE 1-250. 



SHEET AND LOW. 

Sweet and low. By Edward C. Schleh. 
© 15May50; EU203877. Edward C. Schleh 
(A) ; 10Har78; BE 1-216. 



SWEET IENOBE. 

Sweet Lenore. Piano copy, w 6 m 
Begina Day, pseud, of Elizabeth Joan 
Schroeder. © 180ct50; ED220104. 
Josephine Maier Leutz 6 John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 22May78; BE 3-632. 



THE SWEET SISTEBS. 

The Sweet sisters; a comedy in three 
acts. By Bruce Abbott, pseud, of James 
Beach. © 10Jul50; DP234. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PWH); 6Mar78; BE 1-120. 



SHIFT'S SATIBE ON LEABNING IN A TAiE .. 
Swift's satire on learning in A Tale 
of a tub. By Miriam Kosh Starkman. 
© 300ct50; A50345. Miriam Kosh 
Starkman (A) ; 26Jan78; RE 229. 



SWING IT, SHAKESPEABE! 

Swing it, Shakespeare! By James Louis 
Limbacher. Text only. © 3Jul50; 
DU21961. James L. Limbacher (A); 
10May78; BE 2-756- 



SHINGIN' DOOBS. 

Swing-in' doors. w Robert Wells, m 
David Saxon. © 120ct50; EU218176. 
Robert Wells (A) ; 29Mar78; BE 1-817. 



THE SWOBD WITH THE GOLDEN HILT. 

The Sword with the golden hilt. By 
Margery Evernden (Margery Evernden 
Gulbransen) © 20Oct50; A49110. 
Margery Evernden (Mrs. Gulbransen) (A) ; 
28Feb78; BE 831. 



SYMBOLS, SIGNS AND SIGNETS. 

Symbols, signs and signets. By Ernst 
Lehner S Ervine Metzl. © 25Sep50; 
A48579. Johanna Lehner (H) ; 29Har78; 
BE 1-868. 



SYMPHONIE DES MACHINES. 

Symphonie des machines. Music: 
Hal-Berg, pseud, of Voldemar Bosenberg. 
Piano part only. © 29Dec50; EFO-7290. 
Voldemar Rosenberg (pseud.: Hal Berg) 
(A) ; 22Jun78; BE 4-135. 



102 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



SYMPHONY HALL, BOSTON. 

Syiiphony Hall, Boston. By H. Earle 
Johnson. 8Sep50; A47079. H. Earle 
Johnson (A); 17Apr78; BE 2-112. 



SYMPHONY IN D. See 

First movement of Symphony in D. 
(BE 1-853. ) 



SYMPHONY IN ONE MOVEMENT. 

Symphony in one movement. For 
orchestra. Music by Leonard Edwin 
Basham (Bobert L. Barclay) 23Jan50; 
EU191061. Bobert L. Barclay, formerly 
Leonard (Lenard) Edwin Basham(A); 
10May78; RE 2-590. 



SYMPHONY NUMBEB 2. See 

The Age of anxiety. (BE 2-818.) 



TAHITI, MY ISLAND. 

Tahiti, my island. w Lela E. Bogers, 
m Victor Young. 21Dec50; EU221270. 
Abraham Marcus 6 Bank of America 
National Trust G Savings Association (E 
of Victor Young); 6Feb78; BE 113. 



TAILOB-MA0E WOMAN. 

Tailor-made woman. w 6 m Jimmie 
Bryant G Bill Kemp. © 90ct50; 
E0217801. Jimmie Bryant D Bill Kemp 
(A) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-316. 



TAKE A LETTEB, MISS SMITH. 

Take a letter. Miss Smith. w 6 m 
Barney Idriss (Bamez Idriss) 6 George 
Tibbies. 6 19Apr50; EU20 1012. Lois 
Idriss (W) , Carol Grimes, Suzanne 
Idriss, Judy Idriss 6 Pamela Idriss (C 
of Bamez Idriss); 29Mar78; BE 1-813. 



TAN TACATAN. 

Tan tacatan. Words: Agustin Novoa 
Gomez, music: Pepe Lujan, pseud, of 
Tomas Fernando Iruretagoyena. 
6 27Sep50; EFO-6378. Musica del Sur 
(PWH) ; 3Mar78; BE 911. 



TANGIPAHOA PABISH, LA., OWNEBSHIP 

Tangipahoa Parish, La., ownership map 
with well data. By Edgar Tobin Aerial 
Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole owner. Scale 
1" = 3 000'. 6 27Dec50; F9271. Tobin 
Surveys, Inc. (PWH) ; 9Jan78; BE 273. 



DEB TANZ DES NABBEN. See 

Danca do palhaco. (BE 1-837.) 



DEB TANZ DES ZIGE UNEBH AEDCHENS. See 
Danca da cigana. (BE 1-812.) 



SYMPHONY NOMBEB 3. See 

What the wild flowers tell me. 
(BE 505.) 



SYMPHONY N0BBER 6 IN E MINOE. 

Symphony number 6 in E minor, m Ralph 
Vaughan Williams. New 6 rev. ed. NH: 
editing. 9 6Jul50; EFO-1131. Ursula 
Vaughan Williams (W) ; 25May78; RE 3-259. 



SYMPHONY N0MBER IV IN THREE MOVEMENTS. 

Symphony number IV in three movements. 
For orchestra, m William Schuman. NM: 
study score pub. with revisions. 
21Apr50; EP17571. William Schuman 
<A) ; 12May78; RE 3-125. 



SYMPOSIUM ON COPPER METABOLISM, JOHNS 
HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, 1950. See 
Copper metabolism, a symposium on 
animal, plant and soil relation- 
ships. (RE 572.) 



SYSTEM CAPACITY AND CAPABILITY AS 

DETERMINED BY PROBABILITY THEORY. 
See 
Notes on "System capacity and 
capability as determined by 
probability theory". (RE 3-673.) 



T. V. BLUES. 

T. V. blues. Words and music: Roger 
Davenport. 9 28Dec50; EU225098. Roger 
Davenport (A); 2Bar78; RE 723. 



A TABLE NEAR THE BAND AND OTHER STORIES. 

A Table near the band and other 
stories. By Alan Alexander Milne. 
9 29Jun50; A15207. Christopher R. 
Milne (C) ; 15Jun78; RE 1-015. 



T ACERB. 

Tacere. w Pinchi, pseud, of Pino 
Perotti, m Carlo Cremonini, arr. A. 
Brigada. 9 28Feb50; EFO-3117. Teresa 
Torti Perotti (W) ; 16Jun78; RE 1-121. 



TACERE. 

Tacere. w Pinchi, pseud, of Pino 
Perotti, m Carlo Cremonini. 9 28Feb50; 
EFO-3 117. Edizioni Sette Note (PWH of 
Carlo Cremonini); 16Jun78; RE 1-127. 



TAGEBUCH, 1916-1919. 

Tagebuch, 1916-1919. By Max Frisch. 
9 31Dec50; AF12615. Max Frisch (A); 
17May78; RE 3-410. 



TAKE IT EASY, TAKE IT LIGHT. 

Take it easy, take it light. w £ m 
Irving Gordon, David Fenwick S Fred R. 
Jones. 23Feb50; EP11526. Irving 
Gordon (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 2-252. 



TAKE IT FROM ME. 

Take it from me; a comedy in three 
acts. By James Reach. 8 25JU150; 
DP236. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH) ; 
16Mar78; RE 1-611. 



TAKE THOU MY HAND. 

Take Thou my hand. Words 6 music: 
William Baines. (In The Choir leader, 
June 1950) 9 20Apr50; B246281. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-891. 



TAKE YOUR SEATS. 

Take your seats; monologues and 
sketches, revue. By Mary Dunn. Book £ 
lyrics only. 8 29Dec50; DF90. Mary 
Dunn (A); Uun78; RE 3-603. 



A TALE OF A TUB. See 

Swift's satire on learning in A Tale 
of a tub. (RE 229.) 



A TALE OF TAHITI. 

A Tale of Tahiti. Words: Wally 
Peterson, music: Ken Moss, pseud, of A. 
P. Hantovani. 8 11Dec50; EFO-6128. A. 
P. Mantovani (A); 5May78; RE 1-117. 



A TALE OF TAHITI. 

A Tale of Tahiti. Words: Wally 
Peterson, music: Ken Moss, pseud, of A. 
P. Mantovani. 9 11Dec50; EFO-6128. 
Bally Peterson (A); 5May78; RE 1-118. 



TALES FOR TELLING. 

Tales for telling. By Katherine 
Williams Watson. 15Nov50; A19685. 
United Bank of Denver (E) ; 30May78; 
RE 3-539. 



TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE. See 

Charles and Mary Lamb's Tales from 
Shakespeare. (RE 3-055.) 



TALES WORTH RETELLING. 

Tales worth retelling; an anthology of 
short stories edited and adapted for use 
with slow readers in secondary schools. 
By Herzl Fife. NM: adaptation. 
9 19Apr50; A43217. Globe Book Company, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 15May78; RE 2-946. 



TARGILCN. 

Targilon; workbook. By Kalian 
Bachrach. Add. ti. : Hasefer, part 1. 
8 8Jun50; AA151663. Kalman Bachrach 
(A) ; 2May78; BE 2-392. 



TABTUFFE. 

Tartuffe; or. The Impostor. Freely 
adapted from Moliere by Miles Malleson. 
With a prologue taken from L* Impromptu 
de Versailles. 9 3Nov50; DF53. Tania 
Malleson (W) ; 16Mar78; BE 1-601. 



TASKEB MABTIN. 

Tasker Martin; a novel. By Diana 
Gaines. Based on a story idea by Jerome 
Horwin. 27Har50; A12120. Diana 
Gaines (A); 28Mar78; RE 1-769. 



TAWNY DAYS. 

Tawny days; song for solo voice, 
medium or low voice in G minor. From 
the cycle Singing earth. Music by 
Elinor Remick Warren, w Carl Sandburg. 
8 18Oct50; EP50106. Elinor Remick 
Warren (A); 5May78; BE 2-898. 



TAWNY DAYS. 

Tawny days; song for solo voice S 
piano, B flat minor. From the cycle 
Singing earth. Music by Elinor Remick 
Warren, w Carl Sandburg. © 180ct50; 
EP50107. Elinor Remick Warren (A); 
5May78; RE 2-899. 



TE DE0M. 

Te Deum. A 3 voci maschilil con 
organo od harmonium. Music: Riccardo 
Zandonai. NM: music. 8 UHarSO; 
EF0-2198. Tarquihia Zandonai (W) ; 
1May78; RE 2-593. 



TE DE0M AND JUBILATE. 

Te Deum and jubilate. For SATB and 
organ. Music: Herbert Howells. 
© 30Dec50; EFO-6659. Herbert Howells 
(A) ; 3JU178; RE 3-786. 



TE VENDES. 

Te vendes. Words & music: Agustin 
Lara. 9 28Dec50; EF18363. Carmen 
Zozaya Perau (W) ; 17Feb78; RE 605. 



TEACH ME THY PERFECT WILL. 

Teach me Thy perfect will. Music: 
Annabel S. Wallace. (In The Choir 
leader, June 1950) NM: music. 
8 20Apr50; B216284. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; RE 1-889. 



1978 



CORRENT REGISTRATIONS 



103 



TEACHER'S ANSWERS, GROWING OP HUH 

Teacher's answers. Growing up with 
arithmetic. Book 1. By Rose Reber 6 
Ruth Weber. © 12Sep50; AA161613. 
Litton Educational Publishing, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 11JU178; RE 4-081. 



TELL HE ABOOT IT TOHORBOW. 

Tell me about it tomorrow. By Ernest 
Lehman. (In Cosmopolitan, Apr. 1950) 
31flar50; B239182. Ernest Lehman (A) ; 
10Har78; RE 1-234. 



THE TERRIBLE TORNEBS. 

The Terrible turners; a comedy in 
three acts. By George Batson. 
29Dec50; DP530. Bobert E. Delaney 
(E) ; 27Bar78; RE 2-536. 



TEACHER'S MANUAL FOB NANCY'S WOBLD. 

Teacher's manual for Nancy's world. 
Grade 1. By Mary Willcockson. (Social 
studies series) 19Apr50; AA148570. 
Holt, Rinehart and Winston (PWH) ; 
27Apr78; BE 2-627. 



THE TEAKWOOD POLPIT AND OTHER 

The Teakwood pulpit and other stories 
for juniors worship. By Alice Geer 
Kelsey. © 5Sep50; A47300. Alice Geer 
Kelsey (A) ; 26Apr78; RE 2-662. 



TELL HE HOW. 

Tell ae how. Words: Willie Lucille 
Beam, music: Ethel Cowan Anderson. 
© 8Dec50; E0223224. Willie Lucille 
Beam 6 Ethel Cowan Anderson (A) ; 
10Apr78; RE 3-318. 



TELL BE, LOVELY SHEPHERD. 

Tell me, lovely shepherd. Low key. 
Words 6 music by William Boyce, arr. as 
solo song: Elizabeth Poston. SB: arr. 
6 26Jan50; EFO-1955. Elizabeth Poston 
(A) ; 21Apr78; RE 2-350. 



TERRY TOON COBICS. See 

Paul Terry's Terry Toon comics. 
(BE 576.) 



TEBTOLLIAN: APOLOGETICAL WORKS. 

Tertullian: Apologetical works. 
Binucius Felix: Octavius. By Sister 
Emily Joseph Daly, C. S. J. 6 Edwin A. 
Quain. (The Fathers of the Church, v. 
10) NB: translation from Latin & Greek. 
© 26Dec50; A51222. Sister Emily Joseph 
Daly, C. S. J. (A) S Eamon G. Taylor (E 
of Edwin A. Quain); 30flay78; RE 3-391. 



TEARDROPS OF REGRET. 

Teardrops of regret. Words 6 music: 
Jim Reeves, Al Courtney 6 flacy Lela 
Henry. 6 11JU150; E0210058. flacy Lela 
Henry (A) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-836. 



TEARDROPS ON THE BOSES. 

Teardrops on the roses. w 6 m Ken 
Carson S Johnny Lange. © 28Aug50; 
E0213651. Ken Carson 6 Johnny Lange 
(A) ; 28Feb78; RE 848. 



TEARS IN MY EYES. 

Tears in my eyes. w 6 m Jessie Hae 

Robinson. © 50ct50; E0217904. June S. 

Draper (C) ; 20Jun78; RE 3-833. 



THE TECHNICAL BANOAL AND DICTIONARY ... 

The Technical manual and dictionary of 
classical ballet. By Gail Grant, pref. 
by Florence Rogge. © 15Jun50; A46303. 
Gail Grant (A) ; 29Bar78; RE 1-865. 



TEE-KA TEE-KA TAH. 

Tee-ka tee-ka tah. By Hal David, 
music: Robert Stolz. Add. ti. : Ich 
hab's gern mitten in der Hacht. NH: 
English lyrics. © 11Dec50; EP52178. 
Hal David (A); 3Bar78; RE 898. 



TELL BE PRETTY BABY. 

Tell me pretty baby. Words: Florence 
Wright 6 Bob Hart, music: Howard Duke 
Anderson. © 2Feb50; E0194 146. Howard 
Duke Anderson, Florence Wright 6 Bob 
Hart (A); 10Apr78; RE 3-281. 



TELL BE TR0E. 

Tell me true. Words and music: Bark 
Howard. © 29Dec50; EP52248. Hark 
Howard (A); 7Bar78; RE 777. 



TEH PENA DE BIB. 

Tern pena de mim. Words & music: Herve 
Cordovil. © 7Dec50; EF33094. Herve 
Cordovil (A); 25Hay78; RE 4-155. 



TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL. See 
Heat and temperature measurement. 
(RE 884.) 



TEN GALLON BONNET. 

Ten gallon bonnet. Words 6 music: 
William Dillon 6 Henry Tobias. 
© 8May50; E0203162. William A. Dillon, 
Jr. 6 Beverly Graves (C of William 
Dillon) G Henry Tobias (A) ; 28Apr78; 
RE 2-607. 



TESTAMENT OF THESE0S. See 
Dies irae. (RE 3-701.) 



TESTED TRAINING TECHNIQUES. 

Tested training technigues. By 
Kenneth B. Haas S Claude H. Ewing. 
© 23Feb50; A41215. Kenneth B. Haas 6 
Claude H. Ewing (A); 21Feb78; RE 585. 



THE TEXAS BORDER AND SOBE BOBDERLINERS. 

The Texas border and some border- 
liners. By Bobert J. Casey. © 14Apr50; 
A43773. Ora BacDonald (NK) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 2-202. 



TEXAS JOBISPRUDENCE, TEN-YEAR 

Texas jurisprudence, ten-year 
supplement 6 31A (oil and gas) 1950 
cumulative pocket supplements. 
© 14Jun50; AA157717. Bancroft-Whitney 
Company (PWH) ; 24Har78; RE 1-592. 



TEXAS BANGERS. 

Texas Rangers. Vol. 41, no. 3, Feb. 
1951. © 20Dec50; B285364. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 3-955. 



TEE-KA TEE-KA TAH. See 

(Ich hab's gern mitten in der Nacht) 

tee-ka tee-ka tah. (RE 1-748.) 
(Ich hab's gern mitten in der Nacht) 

tee-ka tee-ka tah. (BE 1-753.) 



TEN TESTED WAYS TO INCREASE YO0B 

Ten tested ways to increase your 
selling power. By Horace Kirkus 
Dugdale. © 1Sep50; AA166147. H. K. 
Dugdale (A) ; 28Har78; BE 1-773. 



TEXAS BANGERS. 

Texas Rangers. Vol. 40, no. 2, Oct. 
1950. © 17Aug50; B264670. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 4-003. 



TELEGRABBI. 

Telegrammi. m Clarence Lee, pseud, of 
Pietro Pizzigoni, w John Lucky, pseud, 
of Gian Carlo Testoni. © 4Bar50; 
EFO-2 768. Alfredo Testoni 6 Gian Paolo 
Testoni (C) ; 16Jun78; BE 4-117. 



TENGO PARA TI. 

Tengo para ti. Words & music: Arturo 
Nunez, arr. Perez Prado, adaptation: 
Hemo Salamanca (Guillermo Salamanca 
Herrera) © 22Dec50; EF30421. 
Guillermo Salamanca Herrera (pseud.: 
Bemo Salamanca) (A); 27Feb78; RE 713. 



TEXAS RANGERS. 

Texas Bangers. Vol. 40, no. 3, Nov. 
1950. © 19Sep50; B269419. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCi) ; 30Jun78; 
BE 4-006. 



TELEGRABBI. 

Telegrammi. m Pietro Pizzigoni 
(pseud.: Clarence Lee), w Gian Carlo 
Testoni (pseud.: John Lucky) © 4Bar50; 
EFO-2768. Hide Ferrari vedova 
Pizzigoni (W) ; 16Jun78; BE 4-118. 



TENGO PARA TI. 

Tengo para ti. Words 6 music: Arturo 
Nunez, arr. Perez Prado, adaptation: 
Hemo Salamanca. © 22Dec50; EF3042 1. 
Arturo Nunez (A); 27Feb78; RE 714. 



TEXAS BANGERS. 

Texas Bangers. Vol. 41, no. 1, Dec. 
1950. © 17Oct50; B274201. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 4-007. 



TELL IT NOT IN GATH. 

Tell it not in Gath; a play in one 
act. By Joe Corrie. © Uun50; DP149. 
B. E. Corrie (W); 16Bar78; RE 1-612. 



TELL JES0S ALL. 

Tell Jesus all. w 6 m A. fl. Brunner. 
© 25Sep50; E0216557. A. H. Brunner 
(A) ; 7Apr78; BE 3-348. 



TELL ME. See 

Powiedz mi. (BE 3-150.) 



TENGO PABA TI. 

Tengo para ti. Words S music: Arturo 
Nunez, arr. Perez Prado, adaptation: 
Hemo Salamanca. © 22Dec50; EF30421. 
Perez Prado (A) ; 27Feb78; RE 715. 



TENNESSEE JIVE. 

Tennessee jive. Words & music: Buck 
Turner (Houston Edgar Turner, Jr.) 
© 3Apr50; E0199189. Houston Edgar 
(Buck) Turner, Jr. (A) ; 10Apr78; 
BE 3-282. 



TEXAS RANGERS. 

Texas Rangers. Vol. 41, no. 2, Jan. 
1951. © 17NOV50; B280558. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 4-010. 



TEXAS RANGERS, J0LY 1950. See 

The Rope River ruckus. (RE 1-742.) 



101 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THANK GOD FOB LIFE. 

Thank God for life. liusic by Lloyd 
Webber, words by Janes Thomson. 
270ct50; EPO-5310. Lloyd Webber £ 
James Thomson (A); 13Mar78; BE 1-272. 



A THANK TOO SONG. 

A Thank you song. w £ m Scripture 
Press. S 17Jul50; EP373391. Scripture 
Press Publications, Inc. (PWH); 22Feb78; 
RE 59 5. 



THE THANKFUL PEOPLE. 

The Thankful people. By Althea Bass 
2Oct50; A48166. Mrs. John Harvey 
Bass (A); 28Feb78; RE 2-648- 



THANKSGIVING'S OVEB. 

Thanksgiving's over. By Robert 
Lowell. (In Partisan review, Nov. /Dec. 
1950) e 9Nov50; B274710. Robert 
Silvers £ State Street Bank 6 Trust 
Company (E) ; 9Jun78; BE 3-173. 



THAT ALL MAY READ THE BIBLE. 

That all may read the Bible. By Ayer. 
9 15Sep50; K25945. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 18May78; 
BE 3-077. 



THAT HOBSE NAMED PETE. 

That horse named Pete. (lords 6 music 
by Carson J. Robison. 9 15Dec50; 
EP513 37. Catherine A. Bobison (W) ; 
1Mar78; RE 680. 



THAT OLD TIME RELIGION. 

That old time religion. By Archie 
Robertson. Prev. reg. 10Jun19» B200733; 
renewed R658417. NM: revisions S 
additional text. © 21Feb50; A11601. 
Amy R. Previs E Martin Robertson (C) ; 
21Jun78; RE 3-952. 



THAT SWEET LITTLE SALLY (I MET AT ... 

That sweet little Sally (I met at the 
Palais) fiords 6 music by Al Terego £ 
Mabel Gilpin. 6 20Nov50; EFO-6525. Al 
Terego 6 Mabel Gilpin (A); 13Mar78; 
RE 1-283. 



A THEOLOGICAL BORD BOOK OF THE BIBLE. 

A Theological word book of the Bible. 
Editor: Alan Bichardson. 7Nov50, 
AI-2986; 27Feb51 (in notice: 1950), 
A52633. Hacmillan Publishing Company, 
Inc. , formerly The Hacmillan Company 
(PCS); 8May78; RE 3-063. 



THEORY AND PBACTICE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL .. 
Theory and practice of psychological 
testing. By Frank S. Freeman. 
O 6Feb50; A11010. Holt, Binehart and 
Winston (PBH) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-138. 



A THEORY OF CROSS- SPACES. 

A Theory of cross-spaces. By Robert 
Schatten. (Annals of mathematics 
studies, no. 26) © 26Aug50; A48111. 
Arthur Schneier 6 Giorgio Tagliacozzo 
(E) ; 18Apr78; BE 2-226. 



THEOBY OF SETS. 

Theory of sets. Translator: Frederick 
Bagemihl. Translation of Mengenlehre by 
E- Kamke. NM: translation. 6 3Apr50; 
A13058. Frederick Bagemihl (A); 
20Jan78; BE 157. 



THEBE SITS A BIBD (ON YONDEB TREE) 

There sits a bird (on yonder tree) ; 
part-song for S A T B with piano ad lib. 
Music: William H. Harris. © 5Oct50; 
EFO-5610. Anne Patricia Eggar (C) ; 
3JU178; BE 3-781. 



THEBE SITS A BIBD ON YONDEB TREE. 

There sits a bird on yonder tree; 
part-song for S S A with piano. Music: 
William H. Harris. 6 29Sep50; 
EFO-5611. Anne Patricia Eggar (C) ; 
3JU178; BE 3-782. 



THEREBY HANGS A TALE. 

Thereby hangs a tale. By Charles 

Earle Funk. © 29Mar50; A12396. Beulah 

M. Funk (B) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-422. 



THEBE'LL COME A DAY. 

There'll come a day. Words 6 music: 
Virginia Walsh. 6 18Dec50; E0223912- 
Virginia Walsh (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-359. 



THERE'S A RAINBOW RO0ND MY SHOULDER. 

There's a rainbow round my shoulder. 
By Bourne, Inc., employer for hire of 
arranger, Milton James. NM: arr. 
S 20Dec50; EP51351. Bourne Company 
(PWH) ; 21Jun78; RE 3-944. 



(THERE'S AN) EMPTY STOOL AT THE END 

(There's an) empty stool at the end of 
the bar. Words 6 music by Willard 
Bobison. © 15Dec50; EU223920. Goline 
Robison (C) ; 1Mar78; RE 688. 



THERE'S RUE FOB YOU. 

There's rue for you; a play in one 
act. By Margaret Turner. 6 20Feb50; 
DP66. Margaret Turner (A) ; 8Feb78; 
BE 560. 



THESE PASSING SHOWS. 

These passing shows; 11 sketches. By 
Douglas Furber. © 31Dec50; DF74. M. 
L. Furber (C) ; 16Har78; BE 1-604. 



THEY CAME IN CHAINS: AMEBICANS FBOM 

They came in chains: Americans from 
Africa. By J. Saunders Bedding, edited 
by Louis Adamic. (The Peoples of 
America series) © 2Jun50; AU5077. J. 
Saunders Bedding (A) ; 7Mar78; BE 1-176. 



THEY SAW WHEBE HE WAS LAID. 

They saw where He was laid. By Elsie 
Anna Wood. © 30Dec50; H1796. 
Providence Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 
18May78; BE 3-079. 



THEY WEBE NOT DIVIDED. 

They were not divided. By Two Cities 
Films, Ltd. © 8Feb51 (in notice: 1950) ; 
LP857. Rank Film Distributors, Ltd. 
(PWH); 4May78; RE 3-812. 



THE THIN MAN. See 

L'Introuvable. (BE 2-851.) 



THINK. See 

Untitled drawing depicting Peacock 6 
dog. (BE 3-132.) 



THAT' S MY RELIGION. 

That's my religion. Words: Jack 
Elliott, music: Beasley Smith. 
© 21Sep50; EU217267. Rosalind Smith 
Minton (C of Beasley Smith) ; 4May78; 
RE 3-756. 



THERE'LL COME A DAY. 

There'll come a day. w 6 m Virginia 
Walsh. Bev. version. NM: slight change 
in music 6 lyrics. © 22Dec50; 
E0226139. Virginia Balsh (A); 7Apr78; 
BE 3-367. 



THIBTEEN STBIPES IN OLD GLORY. 

Thirteen stripes in Old Glory. Words 
6 music: Glen Thompson, Scotty Karnes £ 
Troy L. Martin, pseud, of Jerry Organ. 
© 21NOV50; EU222368. Hargaret Organ 
(W) ; 3Mar78; RE 902. 



THAT'S THE IDEA. 

That's the idea. By Henry Gustave 
Grabscheid. © 23Aug50; D025236. Henry 
Gustave Grabscheid (A); 25May78; 
RE 2-910. 



THERE'S A CHRISTMAS TBEE IN HEAVEN. 

There's a Christmas tree in heaven. 
Max Spickol, m Bill Borrelli, Jr. 
© 13Dec50; EP51091. Max Spickol (A); 
1Jun78; BE 3-853. 



THIBTEEN STRIPES IN OLD GLORY. 

Thirteen stripes in Old Glory. Words 
6 music: Glen Thompson, Scotty Karnes 6 
Troy L. Martin. © 21Nov50; E0222368. 
Peer International Corporation (PWH of 
Scotty Karnes); 20Mar78; BE 1-997. 



THEATRE. 

Theatre. For voice and piano, melody 
also in tonic sol-fa notation, w 6 m 
Frances Stephens, pseud, of Dick James £ 
Stanley Black. © 11Oct50; EFO-6791. 
Dick James £ Stanley Black (pseud. : 
Frances Stephens) (A) ; 6Feb78; BE 131. 



THERE'S A FBESH BREEZE BLOWIN' OUT 

There's a fresh breeze blowin' out in 
Texas. w £ m Frances Austin Catts. 
© 17Har50; EU197311. Frances Austin 
Catts (A) ; 21Feb78; BE 3-581. 



THIBTY YEABS OF CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF. 

Thirty years of championship golf. By 
Gene Sarazen £ Herbert Warren Bind. 
9 6Apr50; A13156. Gene Sarazen £ 
Herbert Barren Wind (A) ; 3Apr78; 
BE 2-116. 



THEATRE COMPLET 1. 

Theatre complet 4. By Georges 
Feydeau. © 15Nov50; DFO-65. Alain 
Feydeau (PPW) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-559. 



THEATRE I. 

Theatre I. By Michel DeGhelderode. 
© 15Dec50; DFO-62. Madame DeGhel- 
derode, nee Jeanne Francoise Gerard (W) 
17Apr78; BE 2-561. 



THEBE'S A LITTLE WHITE HOUSE (WHEBE 

There's a little white house (where 
the red, red roses grow) Orig. words £ 
music: Billy Rose £ Harry Akst, new arr. 
for voice £ piano: staff of Pickwick 
Music Corporation. NM: arr. © 7Feb50; 
EP11222. MCA Music, a division of M C 
A, Inc. (PWH of staff of Pickwick Music 
Corporation); 16Jun78; BE 1-090. 



THIS AND NO MOBE. 

This and no more. By Benedict 
Freedman and Lois Nancy Freedman. 
© 12Apr50; A12917. Benedict Freedman £ 
Lois Nancy Freedman (A) ; 21Feb78; 
BE 502. 



THIS BOY CODY. 

This boy Cody. By Leon Wilson, 
illustrator:- Orsula Koezing. © 18Aug50; 



1978 



COBRENT REGISTRATIONS 



105 



THIS BOY CODY. (CON.) 

A46538. Leon Wilson (4) ; 29Mar78; 

HE 1-806. 



THIS HOUR GIVE THANKS. 

This hour give thanks. Husic 6 words: 
Ellen Jane Lorenz 6 Dorothy Lehman 
Sumerau. (In The Choir herald, June 
1950) S 20Apr50; B246285. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-896. 



THIS IS AHERIC&. See 

Pinkerton man. (RE 3-657.) 
Seven cities of Washington. 
(RE 3-662.) 



THIS IS AMERICA. NO. 10. See 
Danger sleuths. (RE 2-096.) 



THIS IS AMERICA. NO. 11. See 
House of mercy. (RE 2-097.) 



THIS IS IT, MICHAEL SHAYNE. 

This is it, Michael Shayne; book. By 
Brett Halliday, pseud, of Davis Dresser. 
9 24Feb50; A41886. Mary S. Dresser 
(W) ; 26Apr78; RE 2-381. 



THIS IS MY SONG. 

This is my song, w 6 es Dick Charles. 
9 23Aug50; E3214073. Dick Charles (A) ; 
20Jan78; RE 336. 



THIS IS O0R AMERICA. 

This is our America. w 6 m Don 
Gillis. 9 13Nov50; EP50477. Barbara 
Gillis (W) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-856. 



THIS LAND I HOLD. 

This land I hold. By Virginia Jane 
Myers. O 6Oct50; A48214. Virginia 
Jane Myers (A); 17May78; BE 2-975. 



THIS TIME THIS TIDE. 

This time this tide. By Rosamond 
Edwards Haas. 6 30Mar50; A42348. 
Rosamond Edwards Haas (A); 16Har78; 
BE 1-784. 



THIS YEAB OF FEAB. 

This year of fear; a pair of satirical 
one act plays on the atomic theme. By 
Dore Reich. 6 27Har50; D023752. Dore 
Reich (A); 13Har78; BE 1-419. 



A TH00SAND AND ONE NIGHTS. See 
Evening in Vienna. (RE 2-669.) 



THE THBEE ALABMER. 

The Three alarmer. By E. Melvin 
Bolstad, author of renewable Batter: 
Anton Schutz. 9 5Jul50; H1650. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH); 
7Mar78; BE 1-216. 



THBEE CHRISTMAS SONGS. 

Three Christmas songs. For mixed 
voice chorus, S S A T B. Music: Edgar 
Martin Deale. 6 20ct50; EFO-4816. 
Edgar Martin Deale (A) ; 3Jul78; 
BE 3-773. 



THBEE IS A CROWD. See 

Little Boquefort in Three is a crowd. 
(RE 582.) 



THE THBEE KISSES. 

The Three kisses; a comedy in one act. 
By Neil Grant. 9 4Apr50; DP70. 



National Westminster Bank, Ltd. (E) 
16Mar78; BE 1-607. 



THBEE LITTLE BUNNIES. 

Three little bunnies. Text: Ruth 

Dixon, pseud, of Marjorie Barrows, 

photographer: Dale Books. © 29Aug50; 

A48101. Marjorie Barrows (pseud.: Ruth 

Dixon) (A) 6 Rand McNally G Company 
(PWH) ; 30May78; RE 2-799. 



THREE LITTLE MAIDS. 

Three little maids. Words G music: 
Virginia Walsh. 9 26Dec50; E0224583. 
Virginia Walsh (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-365. 



THE THREE MEANINGS. 

The Three meanings. By Harry Emerson 
Fosdick. NM: a one-volume ed. of 3 
books prev. pub. as The Meaning of 
faith. The Meaning of prayer 6 The 
Meaning of service, with additional 
pref. 9 9Mar50; A51502. Elinor 
Fosdick Downs 6 Dorothy Fosdick (C) ; 
18Apr78; RE 2-516. 



THREE MICE AND A CAT. 

Three mice and a cat. By Jean Horton 
Berg, artist: Art Seiden. 6 1Jul50; 
A45663. Jean Horton Berg (A); Uun78; 
BE 2-926. 



THREE OF A KIND. 

Three of a kind; a farce in three 
acts. By Andrew Jameson, pseud, of Tom 
Taggart. 9 29Nov50; DP532. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PWH); 16Mar78; BE 1-618. 



THBEE SHIPS CAME SAILING IN. 

Three ships came sailing in; a story 
of John Smith's Jamestown. By Miriam E. 
Mason (Miriam E. Mason Swain), 
illustrated by Charles V. John. 
21Apr50; A43203. Miriam E. Mason 
(A); 10Apr78; RE 2-200. 



THBEE SONGS OF COMFORT AND CHEER. See 
Forever at home. (RE 4-074.) 



THRILLING RANCH STOBIES. 

Thrilling ranch stories. Vol. 42, no. 
2, winter 1951. 6 28Nov50; B285400. C 
B S Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 30Jun78; BE 3-954. 



THRILLING RANCH STORIES. 

Thrilling ranch stories. Vol. 41, no. 
2, May 1950. 9 28Feb50; B241384. C B 
S Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW); 30Jun78; 
BE 3-997. 



THRILLING RANCH STOBIES. 

Thrilling ranch stories. Vol. 41, no. 
3, summer 1950. 6 29May50; B254763. C 
B S Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of c B S, Inc. 
(PCW); 30Jun78; BE 4-000. 



THRILLING RANCH STOBIES. 

Thrilling ranch stories. Vol. 42, no. 
1, fall 1950. 6 31Aug50; B268001. C B 
S Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 4-00 4. 



THRILLING WESTERN. 

Thrilling western. Vol. 62, no. 1, 
Mar. 1950. © 19Jan50; B234126. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW); 30Jun78; 
RE 3-995. 



THRILLING WESTERN. 

Thrilling western. Vol. 62, no. 3, 
July 1950. 9 16May50; B249856. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 3-999. 



THRILLING WESTERN. 

Thrilling western. Vol. 63, no. 1, 
Sep. 1950. 6 13JU150; B259443. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 4-001. 



THRILLING WESTEBN. 

Thrilling western. Vol. 63, no. 2, 
Nov. 1950. 6 15Sep50; B268003. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 4-005. 



THRILLING WESTERN. 

Thrilling western. Vol. 63, no. 3, 
Jan. 1951. 9 17Nov50; B277981. CBS 
Publications, the consumer publishing 
division of C B S, Inc. (PCW) ; 30Jun78; 
RE 4-008. 



THRILLING WONDER STOBIES. 

Thrilling wonder stories. Vol. 37, 
no. 2, Dec. 1950. 9 29Sep50; B274250. 
CBS Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 27Apr78; BE 2-603. 



THRILLING WONDER STOBIES. 

Thrilling wonder stories. Vol. 37, 
no. 3, Feb. 1951. 9 28Nov50; B285395. 
CBS Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 30Jun78; BE 3-972. 



THRILLING WONDEB STORIES, DEC. 1950. See 
The Listening child. (BE 3-571.) 



THROUGH A STRANGER'S EYES. 

Through a stranger's eyes. w & m 
Jessie Mae Bobinson. 9 15Nov50; 
E0221939. June M. Draper (C) ; 20Jun78; 
BE 3-834. 



THBO0GH CHRIST O0B LOBD. 

Through Christ our Lord. By Georgia 
Harkness. 9 13Nov50; A50223. Verna 
Miller (E) ; 26Apr78; BE 2-663. 



THROW O0T THE LIFELINE. 

Throw out the lifeline. Music arr. 6 
words: Roy E. Nolte G Elsie Duncan Yale. 

(In The Volunteer choir. May 1950) NM: 

music arr. G words. 9 27Mar50; 

B24 1550. Lorenz Publishing Company 

(PWH) ; 27Har78; BE 1-920. 



THRO EVEBY WINDOW! 

Thru every window! A book of poems. 
By Aaron Kramer. 6 14Aug50; A 46967. 
Aaron Kramer (A) ; 19Jun78; RE 3-812. 



THURSDAY NITE BL0ES. 

Thursday nite blues. Music: Johnny 
Otis. 9 29Mar50; E0198929. Johnny 
Otis (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-334. 



TICKET TO OBLIVION. 

Ticket to oblivion. By Robert Parker. 
9 23Feb50; A41212. Robert Parker (A); 
6Mar78; RE 1-160. 



TIDDLE-OB-POM. 

Tiddle-om-pom. Words by Harold 
Purcell, music by Hans May. 9 3Nov50; 



106 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



TIDDLE-OM-POM. (CON.) 

EFO-6526. I. H. L. Purcell (W) £ Peter 

Ash (B of Hans May) ; 13Mar78; BE 1- 284. 



TIE A STRING ARO0ND YOUR FINGER. 

Tie a string around your finger. w 6 
m Elmer James Hughes. 2Jun50; 
ED205859. Elmer Hughes (A) ; 5May78; 
RE 2-744. 



TIE A STRING ABOUND YOUR FINGER. 

Tie a string around your finger. w 6 
m Herbert H. Mitchell. © 12Jun50; 
EU206570. Herbert Mitchell (A); 
10Apr78; RE 3-292. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 1, July 3, 1950. © 29Jun50; 
B253207. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-464. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 2, July 10, 1950. 6 6Jul50; 
B254642. Time, Inc. (PCW) ; 21Apr78; 
RE 2-465. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 3, July 17, 1950. © 13Jul50; 
B256064. Time, Inc. (PCW); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-H66. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 4, July 24, 1950. 6 20Jul50; 
B256065. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-467. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 5, July 31, 1950. © 27Jul50; 
B256902. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-468. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 6, Aug. 7, 1950. © 3Aug50; 
B258083. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-469. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 7, Aug. 14, 1950. © 10Aug50; 
B259398. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-470. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 8, Aug. 21, 1950. © 17Aug50; 
B260333. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-471. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 9, Aug. 28, 1950. © 24Aug50; 
B260334. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-472. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 10, Sept. 4, 1950. 9 31Aug50; 
B261025. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-473. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 11, Sept. 11, 1950. © 7Sep50; 
B263087. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-474. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 12, Sept. 18, 1950. © 14Sep50; 
B264132. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-4 75. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 13, Sept. 25, 1950. © 21Sep50; 
B265425. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-476. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 14, Oct. 2, 1950. © 28Sep50; 
B266821. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Apr78; 
BE 2-477. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 15, Oct. 9, 1950. © 50ct50; 
B267676. Tine, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-478. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 16, Oct. 16, 1950. © 12Oct50; 
B268616. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Apr78; 
RE 2-479. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 17, Oct. 23, 1950. © 190ct50; 
B269921. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-480. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 18, Oct. 30, 1950. © 26Oct50; 
B270946. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Apr78; 
RE 2-481. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 19, Nov. 6, 1950. © 2Nov50; 
B272117. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Apr78; 
RE 2-482. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 20, Nov. 13, 1950. © 9Nov50; 
B273081. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-483. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 21, Nov. 20, 1950. © 16Nov50; 
B273915. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-484. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 22, Nov. 27, 1950. © 23Nov50; 
B275163. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
EE 2-485. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 23, Dec. 4, 1950. © 30NOV50; 
B276105. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Apr78; 
RE 2-486. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 24, Dec. 11, 1950. © 7Dec50; 
B276870. Time, Inc. (PCH) ; 21Apr78; 
BE 2-487. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 25, Dec. 18, 1950. © 14Dec50; 



B277930. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
RE 2-488. 



TIME. 

Time; the weekly newsmagazine. Vol. 
56, no. 26, Dec. 25, 1950. © 21Dec50; 
B280019. Time, Inc. (PCH); 21Apr78; 
BE 2-489. 



A TIME FOB KNOHING. 

A Time for knowing. By Borden Deal. 
(In Prairie schooner, summer 1950) 
© 26Jun50; B251842. Borden Deal (A) ; 
23Feb78; RE 733. 



TIME SQUARE KID. 

Time Square kid. By Saint Clair 
McKelway. (In The New Yorker, Feb. 18, 
1950) © 16Feb50; B232241. Saint Clair 
McKelway (A); 22Hay78; RE 3-261. 



TIMELESS. 

Timeless. w Jack Elliott, m Lew 
Quadling. © 19Oct50; EP50050. Lew 
Quadling (A); 13Jan78; RE 39. 



TIMELESS. 

Timeless. w Jack Elliott, m Lew 
Quadling. © 28Aug50; E0214430. Lew 
Quadling (A); 13Jan78; BE 42. 



TITO — NEH ALLY? 

Tito — new ally? (The March of time) 
© 22Dec50; BP919. Time, Inc. (PHB) ; 
30Jan78; RE 331. 



TO A BLUE-EYED BABY. 

To a blue-eyed baby; vocal solo, 
secular, high voice. Composer; Elinor 
Remick Barren. © 18May50; EP46797. 
Elinor Remick Harren (A) ; 24Mar78; 
BE 2-890. 



TO A BLUE-EYED BABY. 

To a blue-eyed baby; vocal solo, 
secular, low voice. Composer: Elinor 
Remick Harren. © 18May50; EP46798. 
Elinor Bemick Harren (A); 24Mar78; 
BE 2-891. 



TO A HILD ROSE. 

To a wild rose. Op. 51, no. 1. By 
Edward MacDowell, arr. Hugo Norden for 
duet for soprano and alto, words by 
Hermann Hagedorn. NM: arr. © 21Dec50; 
EP51792. A. P. Schmidt Company (PHH) ; 
10Mar78; RE 933. 



TO LOVE AND BE WISE. 

To love and be wise. By Josephine 
Tey, pseud, of Elizabeth MacKintosh. 
© 120ct50, AI-2934; 6Mar51, A53520. E. 
S. Latham (E) ; 8May78; RE 3-061. 



TO MY LITTLE MABY. 

To my little Hary. Music: John Gelo. 
© 17May50; E0204199. Mary DeCesare 
(C) ; 22May78; KE 2-653. 



TO SERVE MAN. See 

Contributions by Damon Knight. 
(BE 3-643.) 



TO THE WINNER. 

To the winner. By Paramount Pictures 
Corporation. © 7Jul50; MP560. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PHH) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-525. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



107 



TO THIS WE'VE COME. 

To this we've come; Magda's arid. 
From the musical drama The Consul. For 
voice 6 piano. w £ m Gian Carlo 
Menotti, piano reduction by Thomas 
Schippers. 30Nar50; EP46351. Gian 
Carlo Menotti (A) 6 G. Schirmer, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 11May78; RE 2-820. 



TOBRUK DISAPPOINTED. 

Tobruk disappointed. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 146) 30Oct50; AA164964. 
Sara Audley 6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
RE 3-1*93. 



TOBRUK LOSS TEMPERED. 

Tobruk loss tempered. By Hinston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 147) 310ct50; AA164965. 
Sara Audley £ Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
RE 3-194. 



TODAY IS MINE. 

Today is mine; a manual of devotion. 
By Thomas Curtis Clark. © 6SepS0; 
A 4720 8. Robert E. Clark (C) ; 27Feb78; 
RE 809. 



TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL DAIS. 

Tom Brown's school days. By Talisman 
Films, Ltd. © 4Jun51 (in notice: 1950) 
LP1412. Renown Pictures International, 
Ltd. (PWH) ; 31May78; BE 3-468. 



TOMARA Q0E CHOVA. 

Tomara que chova. Words £ music: 
Paquito Gentil £ Romeu Gentil. 
O IDecSO; EF33096. Romeu Gentil (A) ; 
27Feb78; BE 716. 



TOMMY, THE BIG TOM TURKEY. 

Tommy, the big torn turkey. Music: Art 
Harry Berman (Arthur Harry Berman) , 
words: Lee Finburgh & Bernie Baum. 
6 29Dec50; E0224763. Michael Berman 
(C) ; 3Mar78; RE 4-073. 



TOMORROW, AUG. 1950. See 
The Heroes. (RE 4-102.) 



TOMORROW, MAY 1950. See 
winter. (BE 4-100.) 



TOM'S TOWN. 

Tom's town. By Mary Willcockson. 
(2nd grade social studies series) 
© 21Feb50; A41101. Holt, Binehart and 
Winston (PWH) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-437. 



TOP BANANA. 

Top banana, w 6 m Johnny Mercer. 
O 15Dec50; E0224376. Elizabeth Mercer 
(W) , John Jefferson Mercer £ Georgia 
Amanda Corwin (C) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-044. 



TOP WESTEBN FICTION ANNUAL. 

Top western fiction annual. Vol. 1, 
no. 1. By Charles Stewart. © 24Feb50; 
AA1 45996. CBS Publications, the 
consumer publishing division of C B S, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 30Jun78; RE 3-956. 



TORCH SONG. 

Torch song. English lyric: Jack 
Fishman, music: Ary Barroso. NM: 
English lyric. 6 21Jun50; EFO-6301. 
Jack Fishman (A); 5May78; RE 4-146. 



LA TOBTUGA. 

La Tortuga. Words 6 music: Miguel 
Aleman Velasco. © 28Dec50; EFO-18538. 
Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter- 
nacional (PWH); 16Mar78; BE 1-797. 



A TOUCH OF EARTH. See 
The Bitterweed path. 



(BE 2-781.) 



THE TOUCH OF HIS HAND. 

The Touch of his hand. w B. W. 
Jackson, m Bobert J. Hughes. © 1Jul50; 
EP47693. Bobert J. Hughes (A); 30May78; 
BE 3-386. 



TOWABD EDUCATIONAL INDEPENDENCE. See 
A Documentary history of education in 
the South before 1860. (HE 461.) 



THE TOWER OF BABEL. See 

Alter your life. (RE 2-765.) 



THE TOWN HALL. 

The Town hall. No. 1400. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Mary Robertson Moses) 
6 26Apr50; GU16155. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 10Apr78; BE 2-217. 



TOY SOLDIERS. 

Toy soldiers. For unison voices with 
piano. w 6 m Hugh Stevenson Roberton. 
6 30Oct50; EFO-5126. Kenneth Bantock 
Boberton (C) ; 5May78; RE 2-811. 



TOYON: A DOG OF THE NORTH AND HIS 

Toyon: a dog of the North and his 
people. By Nicholas Kalashnikoff , 
illustrated by Arthur Marokvia. 
© 6Sep50; A47212. Elizabeth Lawrence 
Kalashnikoff (W) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-425. 



TRAINS. 

Trains. Vol. 10, no. 8, June 1950. 
© 15May50; B246408. Kalmbach 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 31Mar78; 
RE 1-820. 



THAINS. 

Trains. Vol. 10, no. 9, July 1950. 
© 14Jun50; B254041. Kalmbach 
Publishing Company (PCW); 31Mar78; 
BE 1-821. 



TRAINS. 

Trains. Vol. 10, no. 10, Aug. 1950. 
© 16Jul50; B274802. Kalmbach 
Publishing Company (PCW); 28Apr78; 
BE 2-585. 



TRAINS. 

Trains. Vol. 10, no. 11, Sept. 1950. 
© 20Aug50; B266971. Kalmbach 
Publishing Company (PCW); 30May78; 
BE 3-392. 



TBAINS. 

Trains. Vol. 10, no. 12, Oct. 1950. 
© 18Sep50; B267774. Kalmbach 
Publishing Company (PCW); 26Jun78; 
BE 3-903. 



TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN MAT- ... 

Transactions of the American 
Mathematical Society. Vol. 69, no. 3, 
Nov. 1950. © 3Jan 51 (in notice: 1950) ; 
B284149. American Mathematical Society 
(PCW) ; 6Feb78; RE 503. 



TRAVEL DOWN TO TEXAS. 

Travel down to Texas. Words £ music: 
Thelma B. Quillian. © 24Apr50; 
E0201630. Thelma B. Quillian (A) ; 
22May78; RE 3-439. 



TRAVELING ON. 

Traveling on. Words & music: Thomas 
A. Dorsey £ Rosie Paul Brooks. 
© 27Jun50; EU208032. Thomas A. Dorsey 
£ Rosie Paul Brooks (A) ; 11May78; 
BE 2-760. 



TRAVELING-WAVE TUBES. 

Traveling-wave tubes. By John 
Robinson Pierce. © 18Sep50; A47503. 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (PWH) ; 
26May78; BE 3-572. 



A TBEASUBE HUNT IN JUDAISM. 

A Treasure hunt in Judaism. By Harold 
P. Smith. © 5Sep50; A47049. Harold P. 
Smith (A); 7Feb78; BE 365. 



TONIGHT I'M ALL ALONE. 

Tonight I'm all alone. Words and 
music: Jerry Croom £ Boy Hogsed. 
© 26Jun50; ED210010. Jerry Croom £ Boy 
Hogsed (A); 17Apr78; BE 2-299. 



TBAFFIC APPLIANCES AND RADIO CATALOG. 

Traffic appliances and radio catalog. 
By General Electric Supply Corporation. 
© 21Sep50; AA165276. Jagua-McKee, Inc. 
(PWH); 5Jun78; BE 3-920. 



THE TBIG-FORMOLATOR. 

The Trig-f ormulator. By Joseph 
Woodrow Newman. Bev. 1950. © 26Sep50; 
IU7039. Joseph Woodrow Newman (A) ; 
17Feb78; BE 477. 



TONOPAH LADY. 

Tonopah lady. By Zola Helen Boss. 
© 14Apr50; A42911. Zola Ross (A); 
10Apr78; RE 2-199. 



UNA TRAICION. 

Una Traicion. Words £ music: Claudio 
Estrada. © 19Dec50; EF18726. Claudio 
Estrada (A) ; 24Feb78; BE 706. 



TBIPOLI. 

Tripoli. © 1Nov50; LP468. Paramount 
Pictures Corporation (PWH) ; 3Mar78; 
BE 1-039. 



TOO LATE BLUES. 

Too late blues. w £ a Balph Bass £ 
Johnny Crawford. © 25Sep50; E0216560. 
Balph Bass £ Johnny Crawford (A) ; 
7Apr78; BE 3-350. 



TOO MANY DATES. 

Too many dates; a comedy in three 
acts. By Marrijane £ Joseph Hayes. 
© 14Jun50; DP140. Samuel French, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 3Mar78; BE 1-420. 



TBAIGO UN RECUERDO. 

Traigo un recuerdo. Music: Santiago 
Jimenez. © 13Dec50; E0223628. 
Santiago Jimenez (A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-477. 



TBAINS. 

Trains. Vol. 10, no. 7, May 1950. 
© 13Apr50; B240655. Kalmbach 
Publishing Company (PCW); 31Mar78; 
BE 1-819. 



THE TBIUMPH OF JOB. 

The Triumph of Job; a pageant-play in 
one act. Adapted from the Book of Job 
by Florence Ryerson (Florence Byerson 
Clements) © 26May50; DU24472. Hal 
Byerson (C) ; 16Mar78; BE 1-619. 



THE TRIUMPHANT. 

The Triumphant; a play in one act. By 
James Parish. © 210ct50; DF54. 



108 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE TRIUMPHANT. (CON.) 

Midland Bank Trust Company, Ltd. (E); 

16Har78; RE 1-602. 



TRIUMPHANT VOICES. 

Triumphant voices. Music, words 6 
music arr. Stanley R. Trusselle, Pred B. 
Holton (Ira B. Wilson) , 6 Lizzie 
DeArmond. (In The Choir herald. Mar. 
1950) 23Jan50; B235303. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 20Jan78; 
RE 97. 



TROIS FOIS HESCI. 

Trois fois merci. Words £ music by 
Michel Emer £ Pierre Dorsey. © 28Dec50; 
EF19566. Michel Emer 6 Pierre Dorsey 
(A) ; 1Mar78; RE 678. 



THE TBOLLOPIAN: A JO0RNAL OF VICTORIAN 

FICTION. See 
Nineteenth-century fiction. 

(HE 2-502.) 
Nineteenth-century fiction. 

(RE 2-505. ) 
Nineteenth-century fiction. 

(RE 2-507.) 



TRO0BLE, TROUBLE. 

Trouble, trouble. Words and music: 
Roy Lanham. © 26Dec50; EP51869. Boy 
Lanham (A) ; 6Mar78; RE 789. 



THE TROUBLE WITH LOVE IS LOVE. 

The Trouble with love is love. w E m 
by Nat Steen, pseud, of Dick James. 
110ct50; EFO-5565. Dick James (A); 
3Apr78; RE 2-105. 



TROY. 

Troy. Vol. 1, pt. 1 (text) S 2 
(plates) By John L. Caskey, Marion 
Rawson 6 Jerome Sperling. © 4Sep50; 
A47363. John L. Caskey, Marion Rawson 6 
Jerome Sperling (A); 16Jan78; RE 116. 



TROE BL0ES. 

True blues. Words & music: Brownie 
HcGhee. © 24May50; E0206668. Brownie 
McGhee (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-339. 



TR0ST IN THE LORD. 

Trust in the Lord. Music: E. K. 
Heyser. (In The Choir leader, July 
1950) NM: music. 9 26May50; B249250. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
21May78; RE 3-213. 



TROTH EVER HIGHER ASCENDS. 

Truth ever higher ascends. By Bourne, 
Inc., employer for hire of compo- 
ser/author, Milton James. © 21Nov50; 
EP50670. Bourne Company (PWH); 21Jun78; 
RE 3-942. 



TO PI EL DE JAZMIN. 

Tu piel de jazmin. Words: Jose Maria 
Contursi, music: Mariano Mores. 
© 19Dec50; EF18757. Lucio Anibal 
Contursi, Amalia Hilda Contursi, Lydia 
Contursi S Alicia Hebe Contursi (C) ; 
3Mar78; RE 905. 



TO PIEL DE JAZMIN. 

Tu piel de jazmin. Words: Jose Maria 
Contursi, music: Mariano Alberto Mores. 
S 19Dec50; EF18757. Mariano Alberto 
Bores (A); 3Mar78; RE 906. 



TUBBY THE T0BA. 

Tubby the tuba. Six selections for 
piano solo. Music: George Kleinsinger, 
words: Paul Tripp, arr. Eric Steiner. 



O 26MayS0; EP17156. George Klein- 
singer, Paul Tripp (A) 6 G. Schirmer, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 12May78; BE 1-239. 



THE TUBBY THE T0BA SONG. 

The Tubby the tuba song. By Paul 
Tripp & George Kleinsinger. © 27Dec50; 
EP51668. Paul Tripp 6 George 
Kleinsinger (A) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-791. 



T0CKET BONNET. 

Tucket bonnet. By Marriott F. King. 
© 1Mar50; KK17032. Marriott F. King 
(A) ; 15Mar78; RE 1-366. 



T0DO ACABADO. 

Tudo acabado. Portuguese words 6 
music: J. Piedade 6 Oswaldo DeOliveira 
Martins. © 19May50; EFO-33088. 
Oswaldo DeOliveira Martins (A) ; 12Jun78; 
RE 3-799. 



T0GBOAT ANNIE LOSES HER SHIP. 

Tugboat Annie loses her ship. By 
Norman Reilly Raine. (In The Saturday 
evening post. Mar. 25, 1950) © 22Mar50; 
B237698. Elizabeth Baine (W) ; 25Jan78; 
RE 295. 



T0GBO6T ANNIE OPENS FIBE. 

Tugboat Annie opens fire. By Norman 
Reilly Baine. (In The Saturday evening 
post, Feb. 11, 1950) © 8Feb50; 
B231301. Elizabeth Baine (W) ; 25Jan78; 
RE 291. 



TOLSA. A SYMPHONIC PORTRAIT IN OIL. 

Tulsa, a symphonic portrait in oil. 
Music: Don Gillis. © 11Dec50; 
E0223501. Barbara Gillis (W) ; 10Apr78; 
RE 1-854. 



TOM BALALAIKA. 

Turn balalaika. English lyrics by 
Stanley L. Lionel, arr. for voice 6 
piano: Henry Lefkowitch. NM: arr. 
© 20Nov50; EP51532. Stanley Lefkowitch 
(C) ; 6Apr78; BE 1-825. 



TUMBLE-I-EE T0MBLE-I-O. See 

Sea rovin' cowboy. (RE 1-111.) 



TONES YO0 KNOW FOB PIANOBANGING. 

Tunes you know for pianoranging. Book 
1. By Ed McGinley. © 160ct50; 
AA161971. Shawnee Press, Inc. (PWH); 
22May78; BE 3-270. 



TUNISIAN FIGHTING. 

Tunisian fighting. By Winston Spencer 
Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, episode 
160) © 15Nov50; AA166873. Sara Audley 
6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; BE 3-513. 



TOBKEY HOP. 

Turkey hop. Pt. 2. Words 6 music: 
Johnny Otis £ Ralph Bass. © 26 Jan 50; 
E0191599. Johnny Otis E Ralph Bass (A) 
7Apr78; RE 3-326. 



T0RKISH HAMMOCK/PALM. See 

Untitled drawing depicting Peacock £ 
dog. (RE 3-432.) 



TORN BACK THE CLOCK. 

Turn back the clock; a comedy in three 
acts. By Joseph Hayes £ Marrijane 
Hayes. © 31Oct50; DP431. Joseph Hayes 
£ Marrijane Hayes (A); 5May78; RE 3-219. 



THE TURN OF THE SCREW. See 
The Innocents. (BE 84.) 



THE TURNING OP THE HINGE. 

The Turning of the hinge. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 158) © 13Nov50; AA166909. 
Sara Audley £ Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
RE 3-515. 



THE TURQ0OISE TRAIL. 

The Turquoise trail. By Shirley 
Seifert. © 10Mar50; A42210. Adele 
Seifert (E) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-171. 



TURTLE BOCK. 

Turtle rock. Music: Paul Williams. 
© 5Dec50; EU223010. Paul Williams (A); 
7Apr78; BE 3-357. 



TWEEP SONG. 

Tweep song. Author of words: Charley 
Baker Biddle (Charles Baker Biddle) , 
author of music: Hal Clare Johnson 
(Halley Clare Johnson) © 5May50; 
E0202910. Charles Baker Biddle £ Halley 
Clare Johnson ('A) ; 7Apr78; RE 2-229. 



TWENTY FO0R HOBSES. 

Twenty four horses; a treasury of 
stories. Text: Frances Cavanah £ Ruth 
Cromer Weir, ill. : Wesley Dennis. 
© 8Sep50; A17556. Morgan Dennis £ 
Charles Beid Dennis (C) ; 30May78; 
RE 2-797. 



TWENTY-SEVEN ORGAN OFFEBTORIES. 

Twenty-seven organ offertories. 
Compilation: Bob Boy Peery. NM : 
compilation. © 12May50; EP17087. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
27Mar78; BE 1-915. 



TWO CAPTAINS WEST. 

Two captains west. By Albert P. 
Salisbury £ Jane S. Salisbury. 
© 30Jun50; A15787. Albert P. Salisbury 
£ Jane S. Salisbury (A) ; 5Jun78; 
BE 3-513. 



TWO CHOBAL RESPONSES FOR A WEDDING. 

Two choral responses for a wedding. 
Music £ words: Ellen Jane Lorenz, 
Caroline B. Lorenz, James B. Porter, 
Leona E. Porter £ Herman VonBerge. (In 
The Choir leader, June 1950) © 20Apr50; 
B216281. Lorenz Publishing Company 
(PWH); 27Mar78; RE 1-888. 



TWO DOZEN EOSES. 

Two dozen roses, w £ m Charles Vernon 
Wolfe. © 20Jul50; E0210080 Charles 
Vernon Wolfe (A) ; 3Mar78; BE 951. 



TWO GOLD LOCKETS. 

Two gold lockets. By Trendle-Beattie. 
(The Lone Ranger, no. 2670-1895) 
© 21Mar50; D023876. Lone Ranger 
Television, Inc. (PWH); 16Jun78; 
RE 3-527. 



TWO HEARTS IN LOVE. 

Two hearts in love. Composer: Norman 
Panto, words: Lincoln George Douglas. 
© 27Apr50; E0202070. Norman Panto £ 
Lincoln George Douglas (A) ; 5Jun78; 
BE 3-168. 



TWO LOST WORLDS. 

Two lost worlds. By Sterling 
Productions, Inc. © 290ct50; LP520. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PWH); 20Mar78; RE 1-531. 



1978 



COBEENT REGISTRATIONS 



109 



TOO LOVERS. See 

Dwoje zakochanych. (BE 3-147.) 



TWO MOTETS. 

Two motets. Op. 15. Husic: Paul 
Creston. 13Dec50; EP51325. Paul 
Creston (A); 12Hay78; RE 4-247. 



TWO ON A TANDEM. 

Two on a tandem. By Elwyn Jones. 
9 15Jun50; EFO-3973. Elwyn Jones (A); 
8Jun78; RE 3-703. 



TWO PIECES FOR FO0R BRASS INSTRUMENTS. 

Two pieces foe four brass instruments. 
Foe various brass combinations. By J. 
S. Bach 6 T. Krennikow, arr. w. I. Post. 
NM: arr. 2Jul50; EP48241. 
aargaretta Kingsbury Maganini (PBH) ; 
12Apr78; RE 2-407. 



7Jun50; EP47504. Helen R. Donaldson 
(A) ; 8May78; RE 2-880. 



ONTITLED DBABING DEPICTING EATING ON 
KNEE. See 
entitled drawing depicting Peacock 6 
dog. (RE 3-432.) 



ONTITLED DH 
[Ontitled 
dog, and ot 
Steinberg. 
Steinberg ( 
Issue 
9Sep50. 

Peacock 
30Sep50. 
Turkish 
B266765 
21Oct50. 
Think. 
11Nov50. 
Eating 
B272342 



AWING DEPICTING PEACOCK 6 

drawing depicting Peacock 6 
her contributions] By Saul 

(In The New Yorker) 6 Saul 
A); BEG 7Feb78; RE 3-432. 

Ontitled drawing depicting 
6 dog. POB 7Sep50; B262316. 
Ontitled drawing depicting 
hammock/palm. POB 28Sep50; 

Ontitled drawing depicting 
POB 190ct50; B269937. 
Ontitled drawing depicting 
on knee. POB 9Nov50; 



A VARIETY OF FALLON. 

A Variety of Fallon; book. By Carlos 
Fallon. 200ct50; A48703. Carlos 
Fallon (A); 24Apr78; RE 2-269. 



VARSITY. 

Varsity. Vol. 2, no. 23, Mar. -Apr. 
1950. 6 21Feb50; B233356. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
20Jan78; BE 435. 



VARSITY. 

Varsity. Vol. 2, no. 21, Bay-June 
1950. 6 19Apr50; B241899. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCS) ; 
20Jan78; RE 440. 



VABSITY. 

Varsity. Vol. 2, no. 25, Aug. -Sept. 
1950. 6 18Jul50; B254852. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
27Mar78; BE 1-308. 



THE 0-BOAT WAR. 

The U-boat war. By Winston Spencer 
Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, episode 
134) 160ct50; AA163993. Lady Sara 
Audley 6 Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
RE 3-485. 



THE 0K0LELE YODLE. 

The Okulele yodle. By Jay Dennis 6 
Claude Reese. 6 19Jun50; E0207419. 
Jay Dennis 6 Claude Reese (A) ; 23Jun78; 
BE 4-093. 



ON DOLLAR LES HILLE KILOMETBES. 

On dollar les mille kilometres. By 
Dominique LaPierre. Q 15Dec50; 
AFO-4103. Dominique LaPierre (A); 
17Apr78; RE 2-565. 



0NA MAS. 

Ona mas. Words 6 music: Carlos Crespo 
(Carlos Crespo Cafuentes) © 29Dec50; 
EFO-6 046. Carlos Crespo (Cafuentes) 
(A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-500. 



0NCLE SYLVESTER. 

Oncle Sylvester. By Joan Howard. 
6 16Mar50; 442003. Joan Howard (A) 
20Mar78; BE 1-930. 



0NDEB THE GBEENWOOD TBEE. 

Onder the greenwood tree. For 
unaccompanied chorus of female voices 
S.S.A. ■ Thomas Arne, w William 
Shakespeare, arranger: Hugh Stevenson 
Roberton. NM: arr. S 19Jan50; 
EFO-1517. Kenneth Bantock Roberton (C) ; 
5May7 8; BE 2-815. 



ONEASY BL0ES. 

Oneasy blues. Words 6 music: Marylyn 
Scott. 6 4Oct50; E0217353. Marylyn 
Scott (A); 7Apr78; BE 3-352. 



0NITED STATES IN THE MAKING. See 
The Making of modern America. 
(BE 4-072.) 



UNITED STATES S0PBEME CO0BT BEPOBTS 
ANNOTATED. See 
Digest of United States Supreme Court 
reports annotated. (RE 216.) 



0NTIL HE LIFTS THE CLO0DS. 

Ontil He lifts the clouds. Author of 
words 6 music: Helen B. Donaldson. 



ONTITLED DRAWING DEPICTING THINK. See 
Ontitled drawing depicting Peacock 6 
dog. (RE 3-432.) 



ONTITLED DRAWING DEPICTING T0RKISH 
H&HHOCK/PALH. See 
Ontitled drawing depicting Peacock 6 
dog. (RE 3-432.) 



OP IN THE MO0NTAINS. 

Op in the mountains. w S d Maurice W. 
Lichtman. Add. ti. : The Mountain song. 
2Hay50; E0202540. Maurice 1. 
Lichtman (A) ; 15Mar78; BE 2-049. 



THE OPS AND DOWNS OF OLD PETE. 

The Ops and downs of Old Pete. By 
Jack Sher. (In Sport, Apr. 1950) 
6 22Mar50; B237837. Jack Sher (A); 
23Jan78; BE 288. 



0BBAN MOBTGAGE LENDING BY LIFE ... 

Urban mortgage lending by life 
insurance companies. By Raymond J. 
Saulnier. 6 3Jul50; A45720. National 
Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. (PWH) ; 
7Apr78; RE 2-179. 



VALHALLA. 

Valhalla; a play in one act. By Joe 
Corrie. 6 17Apr50; DP69. a. E. Corrie 
(W) ; 16Mar78; BE 1-606. 



THE VALLEY OF TALL GRASS. 

The Valley of tall grass. By Adelaide 
Hawes. O 15Nov50; A51571. Adelaide 
Hawes (A) ; 28Feb78; RE 1-298. 



THE VANITY FAIR SUITE. See 
Perplexity. (BE 781.) 



VABIATIONS CONCEBTANTES. See 

Concerto in the form of variations. 
(BE 2-655.) 



VABIATIONS SYMPHONIQ0ES. 

Variations symphoniques. For piano. 
Husic by Cesar Franck, arr. Leif 
Haraldsted. (In Ballet music, 2) 
6 15Dec50; EF17051. Leif Haraldsted 
(A) ; 13Mar78; BE 1-833. 



VABSITY. 

Varsity. Vol. 4, no. 26, Oct. -Nov. 
1950. © 22Sep50; B264963. Parents' 
Magazine Enterprises, Inc. (PCW) ; 
27Mar78; BE 1-310. 



VABSITY. 

Varsity. Vol. 5, no. 27, Dec. 
1950-Jan. 1951. © 14Nov50; B273371. 
Parents' Magazine Enterprises, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 27Bar78; BE 1-313. 



LA VABSOVIANNA. 

La Varsovianna. Husic by Arthur 
Pickles, dance steps by F. J. Mainey. 
6 16Oct50; EFO-5335. Arthur Pickles 
(A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-268. 



VABTAN. 

Vartan; symphony. Husic: Alan 
Hovhaness. 3d version. 6 19Dec50; 
E0224454. Alan (Scott Hovaness) 
Hovhaness (A) ; 3Har78; BE 903. 



VAT SCALL VE DO? 

Vat scall ve do? Words and music: 
Harry Stewart. 6 13Nov50; EP50638. 
Harry Stewart (*) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-295. 



VEJNEMOJNEN HUZSIKAL. 

Vejnemojnen muzsikal. By Zoltan 
Kodaly, text taken from Kalevala, the 
land of heroes, runo 44. Add. ti.: 
Wainamoinen makes music. © 31Dec50; 
EFO-32319. Sarolta Kodaly (W) ; 6Jan78; 
BE 49. 



VENETIAN DBEAHS. 

Venetian dreams. Words S music: Carol 
Deane, pseud, of Elizabeth Joan 
Schroeder. © 3Apr50; EU199109. 
Josephine Haier Leutz & John Schroeder 
(NK) ; 10Mar78; BE 1-248. 



VEBDAD AHABGA. See 

As long as we're together. (BE 1-705.) 



VI AHIN ZOL ICH GEIN. 

Vi ahin zol ich gein. Husic by O. 
Strock, words by S. Korn-Teur, arranged 
for voice E piano: Henry Lefkowitch. 
NH: arr. 6 20Nov50; EP51533. Stanley 
Lefkowitch (C) ; 6Apr78; BE 2-161. 



VIAJEBA. See 

Be careful. (RE 606.) 



110 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



VICTOR. 

Victor; piece en 3 actes. By 
Henri-Leon Bernstein. 26Sep50; 
D025592. Mme. Gruber, nee George 
Bernstein (C) ; 22May78; RE 2-868. 



VIDA AZOL. 

Vida azul. Words: Charro Gil, music: 
Miguel Aleman Velasco. 29Dec50; 
EFO-6047. Editorial Hexicana de Husica 
Internacional (PWH) : 16Mar78; RE 1-798. 



VIDA AZOL. 

Vida azul. Words: Charro Gil (Felipe 
Gil), music: Miguel Aleman Velasco. 
29Dec50; EFO-6047. Felipe Bojalil 
Garza 6 Rosa Maria Bojalil DeGobera (C 
of Felipe Gil) ; 28Apr78; BE 2-835. 



LA VIE PBIVEE DE MOLIERE. 

La Vie privee de Moliere. By Georges 
Mongredien. © 12Oct50; AFO-3336. 
Georges Mongredien (A); 22May78; 
RE 2-8U8. 



LA VIE Q0OTIDIENNE A BABYLONE ET EN ... 

La Vie guotidienne a Babylone et en 
Assyrie. By Georges Contenau. 
© 30Nov50; AFO-3707. Mme. Louis 
Mantelet, nee Suzanne Leonie Collignon 
(E) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-572. 



VIER KLEINE KA MMERMOSIKEN. 

Vier kleine Kammermusiken; secbs 
Aphorismen fuer 2 Klarinetten und 
Fagott. Op. 9, Nr. 3. m Hanns Jelinek. 
Partitur. © 30Dec50; EFO-7257. 
Margarethe Steingruber (NK) ; 13Feb78; 
RE 621. 



O 8Dec50; AA169970. The Conde Nast 
Publications. Inc. (PCW) ; 9Jan78; 
RE 351. 



VOG0E PATTERNS. 

Vogue patterns; pamphlet. Feb. 1 
collection. By Ruth Seder Cooke. 
© 22Dec50; AA170101. The Conde Nast 
Publications, Inc. (PCW); 9Jan78; 
RE 352. 



VOG0E PATTERNS, FEBRUARY 1951. 

Vogue patterns, February 1951. By 
Ruth Seder Cooke. © 22Dec50; AA170437. 
The Conde Nast Publications, Inc. (PCM) ; 
9Jan78; RE 354. 



VOICE IN THE WEST. 

Voice in the West. Text: Wendell 
Jeremy Ashton. © 1Apr50; A43388. 
Wendell J. Ashton (A) ; 22May78; 
RE 2-771. 



VOICES, ilNTEB 1950. See 

The Contemplation of suicide: the 
temptation of Tinothy. (BE 2-224.) 



ONE VOIX SOB ISRAEL. 

One Voix sur Israel. By Paul Claudel. 
© 15Dec50; AFO-4168. Pierre Claudel S 
Madame Claudel-Nantet, nee Renee Claudel 
(C) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-528. 



VOLTAIRE'S MICROMEGAS. 

Voltaire's Micromegas; a study in the 
fusion of science, myth and art. By Ira 
0. Wade. © 4Sep50; A47362. Ira 0. 
Wade (A); 23Jan78; RE 225. 



When Jesus speaks my name. (RE 1-906.) 
Whom have I but Thee? (RE 1-905.) 



THE VOL0NTEEB CHOIR, MAR. 1950. See 
Hope is singing. (RE 108.) 
The Picture of Jesus. (RE 109.) 



THE VOL0NTEER CHOIR, MAY 1950. See 
Closer to Thee. (RE 1-917.) 
Closing prayer. (RE 1-921.) 
His hand will lead. (RE 1-922.) 
Is it life eternal? (RE 1-918.) 
The Old-fashioned church. (BE 1-919.) 
Sunshine above the storm. (RE 1-923.) 
Throw out the lifeline. (RE 1-920.) 



V0ELVE EL CHARLESTON. 

Vuelve el Charleston. Words: J. P. 
Latorre, music: M. Salina, pseud, of 
Manuel G. Salinger. © 70ec50; EF24195. 
Manuel G. Salinger (pseud.: M. Salina) 
(A) ; 13Mar78; HE 1-493. 



V0ELVE EL CHARLESTON. 

Vuelve el Charleston. Words: Jose Pal 
Latorre, music: M. Salina. © 7Dec50; 
EF24195. Jose Pal Latorre (A); 13Mar78; 
RE 1-494. 



W. N. CENTRAL 0NITED STATES. 

W. N. Central United States. (Cosmo 
series) 6 16Jun50; F8457. Rand 
flcNally S Company (PWH) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-950. 



THE VIRGINIA QOARTERLY REVIEW, S0MHER 
1950. See 
Deus absconditus. (RE 3-753.) 



THE VIRGINIA QOARTERLY REVIEW, WINTER 
1951. See 
Codicil for Private John Hogg's will. 
(RE 3-754.) 



VIRGINIAN ELECTRIC, INC., ELECTRICAL 

Virginian Electric, Inc., electrical 
merchandise. Catalog 50. By Virginian 
Electric, Inc. © 28Jul50; AA157456. 
Jaqua-McKee, Inc. (PWH); 5Jun78; 
RE 3-914. 



A VISION OF YESTERDAY. 

A Vision of yesterday. Words 6 music: 
Bally Moore. © 26Jan50; EU191592. 
Wally Moore (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-324. 



VISIONS OF VIENNA. 

Visions of Vienna. Music: Anton 
Karas. © 11Dec50; EP51852. Anton 
Karas (A); 5May78; RE 4-143. 



A VISIT TO "MONTY." 

A Visit to "Monty." By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 156) © 10Nov50; AA166676. 
Sara Audley S Lady Soames (C) ; 21Jun78; 
BE 3-512. 



VIS0AL ANATOMY, HEAD AND NECK. 

Visual anatomy, head and neck. By 
Sydney M. Friedman. © 20Nov50; A49959. 
Sydney M. Friedman (A); 10Apr78; 
RE 2-223. 



VOG0E PATTERNS. 

Vogue patterns; pamphlet. Jan. 15 
collection. By Ruth Seder Cooke. 



THE VOL0NTEER CHOIR. 

The Volunteer choir. Vol. 37, no. 6, 
Mar. 1950. © 20Jan50; B234627. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 20Jan78; 
RE 106. 



THE VOL0NTEER CHOIR. 

The Volunteer choir. Vol. 37, no. 7, 
Apr. 1950. © 6Mar50; B241549. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 2Mar78; 
RE 874. 



THE VOLUNTEER CHOIR. 

The Volunteer choir. Vol. 37, no. 9, 
June 1950. © 20Apr50; B246286. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW); 27Mar78; 
RE 1-907. 



THE VOL0NTEER CHOIR. 

The Volunteer choir. Vol. 37, no. 8, 
May 1950. © 27Mar50; B241550. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCW) ; 27Mar78; 
RE 1-916. 



THE VOL0NTEER CHOIR. 

The Volunteer choir. Vol. 37, no. 10, 
July 1950. © 31May50; B249249. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PCB) ; 24May78; 
BE 3-234. 



TBE VOL0NTEER CHOIR, APR. 1950. See 
He will answer you. (RE 870.) 
Lead me all the way. (RE 869.) 

■ The Ninety and nine. (RE 873.) 
Oh, praise Him! (RE 871.) 
Spirit of God. (RE 872.) 



THE VOL0NTEEH CHOIR, J0NE 1950. See 
America the beautiful. (RE 1-902.) 
As we pray. (RE 1-903.) 
Follow close to Jesus. (RE 1-901.) 
Praise the everlasting King. 
(RE 1-904.) 



WABASH WALTZ. 

Wabash waltz. Words 6 music by 
Clarence Stout. © 30Dec50; EP51972. 
Ines Olithant (W) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-448. 



THE WAGER AND OTHER STORIES. 

The Bager and other stories. By 
Daniel Corkery. 6 20Mar50; A45932. 
Mary Corkery (W) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-244. 



WAGON-TONG0E NORTH. 

Bagon-tongue north. By Leonard London 
Foreman. (In Zane Grey's Western 
magazine, June 1950) © 5May50; 
B246744. Katherine C. Foreman (W) ; 
8May78; RE 3-277. 



BAINAMCINEN MAKES M0SIC. See 
Vejnemojnen muzsikal. (RE 49.) 



BAITIN' UNDERNEATH THE PINE TREE. 

Waitin' underneath the pine tree. w 6 
m Harry Daniel Smith. © 30Jan50; 
E0191982. Harry D. Smith (A) ; 8Mar78; 
RE 1-211. 



BAITING. 

Waiting. w & m Arthur Kapewaokeao 
Parker, Jr., arr. Jean Waltz. 
© 15May50; E0203766. Arthur 
Kapewaokeao Parker, Jr. (A) ; 18Apr78; 
RE 2-368. 



BAKE OP AND CROB. 

Wake up and crow; a new and exciting 
comedy in three acts. By Hazel Peavey, 
pseud, of Wilbur Braun. © 27Oct50; 
DP436. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
16Mar78; RE 1-615. 



BALK THAT MESS. 

Balk that mess. Bords and music: Tiny 
Bradshaw (Myron C. Bradshaw) & Henry 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



111 



WALK THAT HESS. (CON. ) 

Bernard Glover. 28Dec50; E0226420. 
Jean Bradshaw Redd (C) 6 Henry Bernard 
Glover (A); 26Jan78; RE 370. 



WALKER ON PATENTS. See 

Deller's edition of Walker on patents. 
(RE 3-232.) 



BALKING TOGETHER. 

Walking together. Words and music: 
Wendell P. Loveless. (In Radio songs 
and choruses) © 10Aug51 (in notice: 
1950) ; EP58552. Wendell P. Loveless 
(A) ; 13Apr78; RE 3-582. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 30, Feb. 6, 1950. 6Feb50; 
B230639. Dow Jones 5 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 160. 



THE BALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 31, Feb. 7, 1950. 6 7Feb50; 
B230640. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 18Jan78; RE 161. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 32, Feb. 8, 1950. 6 8Feb50; 
B230882. Don Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 162. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 26, Feb. 1, 1950. © 1Feb50; 
B229901. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 163. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 27, Feb. 2, 1950. © 2Feb50; 
B2299 02. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 164. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 28, Feb. 3, 1950. © 3Feb50; 
B229903. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 165. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 29, Feb. 4. 1950. © 4Feb50; 
B230352. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 166. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 33, Feb. 9, 1950. © 9Feb50; 
B231991. Dow Jones 5 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 167. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 34, Feb. 10, 1950. © 10Feb50; 
B231992. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 168. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 35, Feb. 11, 1950. 11Feb50; 
B231993. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 169. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 36, Feb. 13, 1950. © 13FebS0; 
B231994. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 170. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 37, Feb. 14, 1950. © 14Feb50; 
B232340. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 172. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 38, Feb. 15, 1950. 6 15Feb50; 
B232341. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 18Jan78; RE 173. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 39, Feb. 16, 1950. 6 16Feb50; 
B232342. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 18Jan78; RE 174. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 41, Feb. 18, 1950. © 18Feb50; 
B232635. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 18Jan78; RE 175- 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 42, Feb. 20, 1950. © 20Feb50; 
B232636. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 18Jan78; HE 176. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 40, Feb. 17, 1950. © 17Feb50; 
B233267. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 18Jan78; RE 178. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 43, Feb. 21, 1950. 6 21Feb50; 
B233268. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 18Jan78; BE 179. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 44, Feb. 23, 1950. © 23Feb50; 
B233269. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 18Jan78; RE 180. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 45, Feb. 24, 1950. © 24Feb50; 
B233270. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 181. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 46, Feb. 25, 1950. © 25Feb50; 
B233749. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 18Jan78; RE 182. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 47, Feb. 27, 1950. 6 27Feb50; 
B234201. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 184. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 48, Feb-. 28, 1950. © 28Feb50; 
B234202. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 18Jan78; RE 185. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 49, Bar. 1, 1950. 1Bar50; 
B234337. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 21Feb78; RE 525. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 50, Bar. 2, 1950. © 2Mar50; 



B234338. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Peb78; RE 526. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 51, Bar. 3, 1950. © 3Har50; 
B234841. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 527. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 52, Mar. 4, 1950. © 4Bar50; 
B234842. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 528. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 53, Bar. 6, 1950. © 6Har50; 
B234843. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 529. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 55, Bar. 8, 1950. © 8Bar50; 
B235117. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 530. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 54, Bar. 7, 1950. © 7flar50; 
B235388. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 532. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 56, Bar. 9, 1950. © 9Har50; 
B235389. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; HE 533. 



THE HALL STREET JOOBNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 57, Mar. 10, 1950. © 10Bar50; 
B236014. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; BE 534. 



THE HALL STREET JOOHNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 58, Bar. 11, 1950. © 11Har50; 
B236015. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 535. 



THE HALL STREET JOOHNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 59, Bar. 13, 1950. © 13Mar50; 
B236016. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 536. 



THE HALL STREET JOOBNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 60, Bar. 14, 1950. © 14flar50; 
B236017. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 21Feb78; RE 537. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 61, Bar. 15, 1950. © 15Mar50; 
B236288. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 21Feb78; BE 539. 



THE HALL STREET JOOBNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 62, Mar. 16, 1950. © 16flar50; 
B236289. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; BE 540. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 63, Bar. 17, 1950. © 17Bar50; 
B236765. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 21Feb78; BE 541. 



112 



HENRWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE BALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 64, Bar. 18, 1950. C 18Har50; 
B236766. Don Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 512. 



THE WALL STREET JO0RNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 65, Bar. 20, 1950. C 20Mar50; 
B236767. Don Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 543. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 66, Mar. 21, 1950. © 21Mar50; 
B2373 39. Dow Jones 5 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Peb78; RE 545. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 67, Mar. 22, 1950. 22Har50; 
B237340. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 546. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 68, Mar. 23, 1950. G 23Mar50; 
B2373 41. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 547. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 69, Mar. 24, 1950. © 24Mar50; 
B237976. Dow Jones B Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 548. 



THE HALL STREET JO0RNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 71, Mar. 27, 1950. © 27Mar50; 
B237977. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 549. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 72, Mar. 28, 1950. g 28Mar50; 
B237978. Dow Jones 5 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 550. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 70, Mar. 25, 1950. © 25Mar50; 
B238557. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 552. 



THE HALL STREET JO0RNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 73, Mar. 29, 1950. © 29Mar50; 
B238558. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 553. 



THE HALL STREET JO0RNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 75, Mar. 31, 1950. © 31Mar50; 
B238559. Dow Jones B Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 554. 



THE HALL STREET JOORN&L. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 74, Mar. 30, 1950. © 30Mar50; 
B244525. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 21Feb78; RE 555. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 76, Apr. 1, 1950. © 1Apr50; 
B238892. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-390. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 77, Apr. 3, 1950. © 3Apr50; 



B238893. Don Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; HE 1-391. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 78, Apr. 4, 1950. © 4Apr50; 
B239102. Dow Jones B Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Har78; RE 1-392. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 79, Apr. 5, 1950. © 5Apr50; 
B239103. Dow Jones B Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-393. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 80, Apr. 6, 1950. © 6Apr50; 
B239388. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-394. 



THE HALL STREET JO0RNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 82, Apr. 8, 1950. © 8Apr50; 
B239911. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Bar78; RE 1-396. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 81, Apr. 7, 1950. © 7Apr50; 
B240137. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-397. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 83, Apr. 10, 1950. © 10Apr50; 
B240138. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-398. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 84, Apr. 11, 1950. © 11Apr50; 
B240139. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Har78; RE 1-399. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 86, Apr. 13, 1950. 8 13Apr50; 
B241648. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-401. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 87, Apr. 14, 1950. © 14Apr50; 
B241649. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Bar78; RE 1-402. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 88, Apr. 15, 1950. © 15Apr50; 
B241650. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Bar78; RE 1-403. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 89, Apr. 17, 1950. © 17Apr50; 
B241651. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; EE 1-404. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 90, Apr. 18, 1950. © 18Apr50; 
B2.41652. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Har78; RE 1-405. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 91, Apr. 19, 1950. © 19Apr50; 
B241966. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-406. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 92, Apr. 20, 1950. © 20Apr50; 
B241967. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16flar78; RE 1-407. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 93, Apr. 21, 1950. © 21Apr50; 
B241968. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-408. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 94, Apr. 22, 1950. C 22Apr50; 
B24 1969. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-409. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 95, Apr. 24, 1950. © 24Apr50; 
B242704. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-410. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 96, Apr. 25, 1950. © 25Apr50; 
B242705. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-411. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 98, Apr. 27, 1950. © 27Apr50; 
B242706. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-412. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 97, Apr. 26, 1950. © 26Apr50; 
B243371. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-415. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 99, Apr. 28, 1950. © 28Apr50; 
B243372. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-416. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 100, Apr. 29, 1950. © 29Apr50; 
B243373. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-417. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 85, Apr. 12, 1950. © 12Apr50; 
B240140. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 16Mar78; RE 1-418. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 101, May 1, 1950. © 1May50; 
B243374. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 20Apr78; RE 2-412. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 102, May 2, 1950. © 2May50; 
B243375. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 20Apr78; RE 2-413. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 103, May 3, 1950. © 3May50; 
B243823. Dow Jones B Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 20Apr78; RE 2-414. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 104, Bay 4, 1950. © 4Hay50; 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



113 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. (CON.) 
B243824. Dov Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 20Apc78; RE 2-415. 



THE BALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 105, Bay 5, 1950. 5MayS0; 
B244063. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 20Apr78; RE 2-1*17. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 106, May 6, 1950. 6May50; 
B2440S4. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-418. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 107, Hay 8, 1950. 6 8May50; 
B244526. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-419. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 108, Hay 9, 1950. 6 9Hay50; 
B244527. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-420. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 109, May 10, 1950. © 10May50; 
B244839. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-421. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 110, May 11, 1950. O 11May50; 
B244840. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; HE 2-422. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 111, May 12, 1950. 6 12Say50; 
B245071. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-424. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 112, May 13, 1950. © 13May50; 
B245156. Dow Jones 5 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-425. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 113, May 15, 1950. 6 15May50; 
B245382. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-426. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 114, May 16, 1950. © 16May50; 
B245383. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-427. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 115, Hay 17, 1950. © 17May50; 
B246150. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-429- 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 116, Hay 18, 1950. 6 18May50; 
B246151. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-430. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 117, Hay 19, 1950. © 19May50; 
B246469. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-431. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 118, Hay 20, 1950. O 20May50; 
B246470. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 20Apr78; RE 2-432. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 119, May 22, 1950. © 22May50; 
B246471. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 20Apr78; RE 2-433. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 120, May 23, 1950. © 23aay50; 
B246600. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-435. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 121, May 24, 1950. 24May50; 
B246601. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 20Apr78; RE 2-436. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 122, May 25, 1950. 25May50; 
B246921. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20&pr78; RE 2-437. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 123, May 26, 1950. © 26May50; 
B247566. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 20Apr78; RE 2-438. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 124, May 27, 1950. 9 27May50; 
B247567. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 20Apr78; RE 2-439. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 125, May 29, 1950. © 29Hay50; 
B247568. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 20Apr78; RE 2-440. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 126, Hay 31, 1950. © 31May50; 
B247882. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 20Apr78; RE 2-441. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 127, June 1, 1950. © 1Jun50; 
B247883. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 22May78; HE 3-189. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 128, June 2, 1950. © 2Jun50; 
B247884. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 22May78; RE 3-190. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 129, June 3, 1950. © 3Jun50; 
B248358. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 22May78; RE 3-191. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 130, June 5, 1950. © 5Jun50; 
B248359. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 22May78; RE 3-192. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 131, June 6, 1950. © 6Jun50; 



B248919. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 22Bay78; RE 3-193. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 132, June 7, 1950. © 7Jun50; 
B248920. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 22May78; RE 3-194. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 133, June 8, 1950. © 8Jun50; 
B249005. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 22May78; RE 3-196. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 134, June 9, 1950. © 9Jun50; 
B249006. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 22May78; RE 3-197. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 135, June 10, 1950. © 10Jun50; 
B249127. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 22May78; RE 3-198. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 137, June 13, 1950. © 13Jun50; 
B249492. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 22May78; RE 3-199. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 136, June 12, 1950. © 12Jun50; 
B249991. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 22May78; RE 3-200. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 138, June 14, 1950. © 14Jun50; 
321)9992. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 22May78; RE 3-201. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 139, June 15, 1950. © 15Jun50; 
B249993. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 22flay78; RE 3-202. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 140, June 16, 1950. © 16Jun50; 
B250098. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 22May78; RE 3-203. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 141, June 17, 1950. © 17Jun50; 
B250521. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 22May78; RE 3-204. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 142, June 19, 1950. © 19Jun50; 
B250522. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 22May78; RE 3-205. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 143, June 20, 1950. © 20Jun50; 
B251006. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 22May78; RE 3-206. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 144, June 21, 1950. © 21Jun50; 
B251007. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCH) ; 22May78; RE 3-207. 



114 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 1 45, June 22, 1950. 22Jun50; 
B251008. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 22Nay78; RE 3-208. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Sail Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 146, June 23, 1950. 23Jun50; 
B251009. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCS); 22May78; RE 3-209. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Sail Street journal. Vol. 135, 
do. 147, June 24, 1950. O 24Jun50; 
B251381. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 22May78; RE 3-211. 



THE SALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Sail Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 148, June 26, 1950. 6 26Jun50; 
B251382. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 22Hay78; RE 3-212. 



THE WALL STREET JO0RNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 149, June 27, 1950. © 27Jun50; 
B251913. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 22Hay78; RE 3-213. 



THE SALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Sail Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 150, June 28, 1950. © 28Jun50; 
B2519 14. Dow Jones 5 Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 22May78; RE 3-214. 



THE SALL STREET JOOHNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 151, June 29, 1950. 3 29Jun50; 
B251915. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 22Hay78; RE 3-215. 



THE BALL STREET JODRNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 135, 
no. 152, June 30, 1950. © 30Jun50 ; 
B2524 30. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 22ilay78; RE 3-217. 



THE BALL STREET JOOHNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 19, July 24, 1950. © 24Jul50; 
B255803. Dow Jones E Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-015. 



THE BALL STREET JOOHNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 18, July 22, 1950. © 22JU150; 
B255802. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-016. 



THE HALL STREET JODRNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 21, July 26, 1950. © 26Jul50; 
B2563 75. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 2Uun78; RE 4-017. 



THE BALL STREET JODRNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 22, July 27, 1950. © 27Jul50; 
B2563 76. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-018. 



THE BALL STREET JOOHNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 23, July 28, 1950. © 28Jul50; 
B256377. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-019. 



THE BALL STREET JODRNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 24, July 29, 1950. © 29Jul50; 



B256691. Dow Jones G Company, Inc. 
(PCB); 21Jun78; RE 4-020. 



THE WALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Wall Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 25, July 31, 1950. 31Jul50; 
B256692. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 2Uun78; RE 4-021. 



THE HALL STREET JOOHNAL. 

The Sail Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 20, July 25, 1950. 25JU150; 
B259190. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-023. 



THE SALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 1, July 1, 1950. © UulSO; 
B252431. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCW) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-024. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 2, July 3, 1950. © 3Jul50; 
B252907. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-026. 



THE BALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 3, July 5, 1950. © 5Jul50; 
B252908. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-027. 



THE SALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 4, July 6, 1950. © 6Jul50; 
B252909. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCS) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-028. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 5, July 7, 1950. © 7Jul50; 
B252910. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-029. 



THE BALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 6, July 8, 1950. © 8Jul50; 
B253540. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCB); 21Jun78; RE 4-031. 



THE BALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 7, July 10, 1950. © 10Jul50; 
B253541. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 21Jun78; RE 4-032. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 8, July 11, 1950. © 11Jul50; 
B253542. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCB); 21Jun78; RE 4-033. 



THE BALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 9, July 12, 1950. © 12Jul50; 
B254281. Dow Jones S Company, Inc. 
(PCS); 21Jun78; RE 4-034. 



THE SALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 10, July 13, 1950. © 13Jul50; 
B254282. Dow Jones 6 Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 21Jun78; RE 4-035. 



THE HALL STREET JODRNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 11, July 14, 1950. © 14Jul50; 
B254444. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCS); 21Jun78; RE 4-037. 



THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 12, July 15, 1950. © 15Jul50; 
B254445. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 21Jun78; RE 4-038. 



THE BALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 13, July 17, 1950. © 17Jul50; 
B254446. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 21Jun78; RE 4-039. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 14, July 18, 1950. © 18Jul50; 
B254447. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCH); 21Jun78; RE 4-040. 



THE HALL STREET JOURNAL. 

The Hall Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 15, July 19, 1950. © 19JU150; 
B254448. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCB); 21Jun78; RE 4-041. 



THE BALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 16, July 20, 1950. © 20Jul50; 
B254875. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCS); 21Jun78; RE 4-042. 



THE HALL STREET JOORNAL. 

The Ball Street journal. Vol. 136, 
no. 17, July 21, 1950. © 21Jul50; 
B254876. Dow Jones £ Company, Inc. 
(PCW); 21Jun78; RE 4-043. 



BALTER LANTZ ANDI PANDA IN THE ISLE ... 

Baiter Lantz Andy Panda in the Isle of 
Hechanical Men. No. 280. © 5Bay50; 
AA1 51959. Halter Lantz Productions, 
Inc. (PHH) ; 22Hay78; RE 3-435. 



HALTER LANTZ NEB FUNNIES. 

Baiter Lantz new funnies. Vol. 1, no. 
160, June 1950. © 18Apr50; B248059. 
Halter Lantz Productions, Inc. (PHH) ; 
22Hay78; RE 3-436. 



HALTER LANTZ NEB F0NNIES. 

Halter Lantz new funnies. Vol. 1, no. 
161, July 1950. © 23May50; B250778. 
Baiter Lantz Productions, Inc. (PBH) ; 
22May78; BE 3-437. 



BALTER LANTZ NEB FUNNIES. 

Halter Lantz new funnies. Vol. 1, no. 
159, May 1950. © 21Mar50; B246007. 
Halter Lantz Productions, Inc. (PHH) ; 
22Bay78; BE 3-438. 



BALTZ. 

Haltz. m Edmund George Goulding. 
Add. ti. : Young ladies' waltz. 
© 11Oct50; E0217967. Fanny E. 
Holtzmann (Adm. c.t.a.); 26Apr78; 
HE 2-382. 



HALTZ COQUETTE. 

Haltz coguette. Music by Maurice 
Smart, dance steps by Michael Gwynne. 
© 29Aug50; EFO-4687. Maurice Smart 
(A) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-263. 



THE HALTZING CAT. 

The Baltzing cat. For symphonic 
orchestra. Music by Leroy Anderson. 
© 26Dec50; EP51872. Eleanor Anderson 
(H) ; 6Har78; RE 791. 



THE HANDERING COHPOKE. 

The Handering cowpoke. By Trendle- 
Beattie. (The Lone Hanger, no. 



1978 



CURRENT REGISTRATIONS 



115 



THE BANDERING COWPOKE. (CON.) 
2672-1897) 20Har50; D023878. Lone 
Ranger Television, Inc. (PWH) ; 16Jun78; 
BE 3-52 8. 



WANDERSONG. 

Wandersong. By Eleanor Banks. 
10Nov50; A49679. Eleanor Banks (A); 
28Feb78; RE 830. 



THE BAH IN THE AETHER. 

The Bar in the Aether. By Winston 
Spencer Churchill. (Churchill memoirs, 
episode 142) © 250ct50; AA164967. 
Lady Sara Audley S Lady Soames (C) ; 
2Uun78; RE 3-496. 



BE ARE THE EYES FROM TEXAS A 6 I. 

We are the eyes from Texas A 6 I. 
id Halla Stuart Eubanks. UulSO; 
EP47914. Billie E. Bushwam (C) ; 
21Apr78; BE 2-521. 



BE SING! 

Re sing! Music G words: Ellen Jane 
Lorenz. S 5Apr50; EP45701. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PBH) ; 27Mar78; 
BE 1-910. 



THE BEATHER. 

The Beather. w Marvin Janes Moore, m 
George Hubbard Campbell, Jr. 6 10May50; 
E0203403- Marvin J. Hoore (A); 8flay78; 
BE 3-1*53. 



WENN DER ABENDBIND SCHBEIGT. See 
Orei Bosen sah' ich bluehen. 
(RE 3-399.) 



HENN BIB ONS EINST BIEDERSEHEN. 

Benn wir uns einst wiedersehen. 
Bords: Hanns Haller, music: Martin 
Foehn, pseud, of Gerhardt Bronner. 
6 20Dec50; EFO-6785. Martin Foehn, 
pseud, for Gerhardt Bronner, 6 Hanns 
Haller (A); 12Jun78; BE 3-647. 



WE'RE GONNA GO FISHIN" (NEXT 

Be're gonna go fishin' (next Saturday 
night) Bords and music: Tex Atchison. 
6 1Aug50; E0215171. Tex Atchison (A); 
17Apr78; RE 2-305. 



THE BAR MEMOIRS OF WINSTON S. CHORCHILL, 
v. 4. See 
Contributions by Binston S. Churchill. 
(BE 3-482.) 



WARM KISSES IN THE COOL OF THE NIGHT. 

Warm kisses in the cool of the night. 
For voice 6 piano with chord symbols. w 
6 m Buddy Kaye. Based on Tschaikowsky 's 
Swan Lake ballet. S 8May50; EP47136- 
Buddy Kaye (A); 30Hay78; BE 3-387. 



WARRIOR FORWARD. 

Warrior forward. By Dick Friendlich. 
© 22Aug50; A47592. Dick Friendlich 
(A) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-454. 



BATCH THOSE CORTAINS, LEON. 

Watch those curtains, Leon. w 5 m 
Howard Merrill Bennett. 29Sep50; 
E0216896. Howard Merrill Bennett (A) ; 
29Jun78; BE 4-260. 



WATCH YOOR STEP. 

Watch your step. By John J. Floherty. 
S 10Mar50; A41894. Margaret P. 
Floherty (W) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-172. 



THE WATEB BABIES. 

The Water babies. By Charles 
Kingsley, made into a play in three acts 
by John Bennett. 25Apr50; DP84. 
John Bennett (A); 1Jun78; RE 3-596. 



WATERING THE HOBSES. 

Watering the horses. Dec. 1949. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Bobertson 
Hoses) @ 26Apr50; G016124. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t. a. ); 20Mar78; BE 1-625. 



THE BAY OF ALL FLESH. 

The Bay of all flesh. By Samuel 
Butler, with an introd. by William York 
Tindall. NM: introd. © 15Feb50; 
A41049. Harper 6 Row, Publishers, Inc. 
(PBH) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-152. 



WAY, WAY OOT IN LEFT FIELD. 

Bay, way out in left field. w 6 m 
Ramey Idriss (Ramez Idriss) , George B. 
Brown & George Tibbies. © 28Apr50; 
E0202174. Lois Idriss (B) , Carol 
Grimes, Suzanne Idriss, Judy Idriss & 
Pamela Idriss (C of Hamez Idriss) ; 
29Har78; RE 1-816. 



WE ALL WENT DOWN TO THE FAIK GRO0ND. 

We all went down to the fair ground. 
Words & music by Tommie Connor 6 Clive 
Erard. © 21Sep50; EFO-5339. Tommie 
Connor 6 Clive Erard (A) ; 13Har78; 
BE 1-271. 



BEBB BELTING & SDPPLY COMPANY ... 

Webb Belting S Supply Company general 
catalog. By Beinberg 6 McKee, Inc. 
© 5Jul50; AA157019. Jaqua-McKee, Inc. 
(PWH); 5Jun78; RE 3-913. 



WEDDING BOOGIE. 

Wedding boogie. Bords C music: Johnny 
Otis. © 4Oct50; ED217360. Johnny Otis 
(A) ; 7Apr78; RE 3-354. 



WEDDING CANTATA. See 
Sinfonia. (BE 780.) 



THE BEDDING DANCE. 

The Wedding dance. By Peeter 
Brueghel, the elder [Pieter Bruegel, the 
elder], author of renewable matter: 
Anton Schutz. © 12JU150; H1662. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Mar78; HE 1-222. 



A WEDDING PBAYEB. 

A Bedding prayer; medium solo. Music: 
Boger C. Bilson, words: Mildred Lewis 
Kerr. © 22Jun50; EP47870. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PBH) ; 22Jun78; 
HE 4-087. 



WEEVIL-CIDE, THE DEPENDABLE GBAIN 

Beevil-cide, the dependable grain 
fumigant. By Frank E. Blodgett. 
© 23Oct50; KK56619. Research Products 
Company (PBH); 2Jun78; HE 3-176. 



SEIGEMLIED FOER DEN KRANKEN KNABEN. See 
Embalando o menino doente. (BE 1-838.) 



BEIBD TALES, JAN. 1951. See 

Something from out there. (BE 2-583.) 



BEIRD TALES, NOV. 1950. See 

The Listening child. (BE 3-571.) 



BEIRD TALES, SEPT. 1950. See 
Pott's triumph. (BE 2-581.) 



WEISST DO, DASS DO SCHOEN BIST. 

Weisst dn, dass du schoen bist. 
Piano, w Just Scheu, m Billy Berking. 
© 29Jul50; EF19083. Billy Berking (A) 
11JU178; BE 3-847. 



BE'LL GO TO THE BOODS. 

We'll go to the woods. No. 1390. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) © 26Apr50; G016146. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t. a.); 20Mar78; BE 1-647. 



DIE BELT A0F DEM MONDE. See 
Man in the moon. (BE 1-704.) 



BERE YO0 THERE? 

Bere you there? Arr. for SATB: Harold 
B. Friedell. NM: arr. © 28Dec50; 
EP51994. Amy V. Friedell (B) ; 6Mar78; 
HE 792. 



BEST HALF, HIDALGO CO0NTY, TEX., 

Best half, Hidalgo County, Tex., 
ownership map with well data. By Edgar 
Tobin Aerial Surveys, Edgar Tobin, sole 
owner. Scale 1" = 3 000'. © 29Dec50; 
F9205. Tobin Surveys, Inc. (PBH) ; 
9Jan78; BE 269. 



BEST VIBGINIA HISTOBY. 

Best Virginia history. Vol. 11, no. 
4, July 1950. © 1JU150; B259102. 
Department of Archives and History of 
Best Virginia (PCS) ; 27Feb78; HE 837. 



WEST VIBGINIA HISTOBY. 

Best Virginia history. Vol. 12, no. 
1, Oct. 1950. © 1Oct50; B267506. 
Department of Archives and History of 
Best Virginia (PCW) ; 23May78; BE 3-153. 



BEST VIBGINIA IS HOME TO HE. 

West Virginia is home to me. Bords 
and music: Guy Spurgeon Holliday. 
© 5Dec50; EP51663. Guy Spurgeon 
Holliday (A); 26Jan78; RE 305. 



THE BESTEBN AFFAIR. See 

Once you find your guy. (BE 1-752.) 



BESTEBN AMERICA. 

Western America. By LeBoy E. Hafen 6 
Carl Coke Bister. 2d ed. NM: additions 
6 revisions. © 3May50; A43744. LeRoy 
B. Hafen 6 Carl Coke Bister (A) ; 3May78; 
BE 2-716. 



BESTEBN NOVELS MAGAZINE. See 

5 western novels magazine. (BE 3-987.) 
5 western novels magazine. (BE 3-994.) 



BESTEBN BODEO ROMANCES. 

Bestern rodeo romances. Vol. 15, no. 
1, winter 1951. © 29Sep50; B274242. C 
B S Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 27Apr78; RE 2-602. 



BESTEBN BODEO ROMANCES. 

Bestern rodeo romances. Vol. 15, no. 
2, spring 1951. © 29Dec50; B289407. C 
B S Publications, the consumer 
publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
(PCB) ; 30Jun78; RE 3-975. 



WESTERN SHORT STOBIES. 

Western short stories. Vol. 7, no. 4. 
Nov. 1950. © 14Aug50; B258988. Visual 
Varieties, Inc. (PCB); 7Apr78; BE 2-164. 



116 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUt> 



WHAT A REFEREE! 

What a referee! w 6 m Jack Meadows, 
Don Pelosi 6 Jimmy Harper. 30Dec50; 
EFO-604 1. Jack Meadows, Don Pelosi 6 
Jimmy Harper (A); 10Mar78; RE 1-452. 



WHEN I DEDICATE BY SONG. 

When I dedicate my song. Words E 
music by Ray Vivian Muir (Mrs. Eli 
Landry) © 8Hay50; E0203681. Mrs. Eli 
Landry (A) ; 8May78; RE 2-895. 



WHEN THE LEAVES HAVE FALLEN. 

When the leaves have fallen. No. 
1406. By Grandma Hoses (Anna Mary 
Robertson Moses) 6 24Jul50; GU16651. 
James C. Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; 
RE 3-714. 



WHAT A REVOLTIN' DEVELOPMENT THIS IS. 

What a revoltin' development this is. 
w 6 tn Johnny Mercer. © 15Dec50; 
E0224374. Elizabeth Mercer (W) , John 
Jefferson Mercer 6 Georgia Amanda Corwin 
(C) ; 3Apr78; RE 2-042. 



WHAT ARE THEY DOING IN HEAVEN? 

What are they doing in heaven? Words 
5 music: Raymond Howell. © 18Dec50; 
E0224073. Raymond Rowell (A) ; 7Apr78; 
RE 3-360. 



WHAT DO I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS? ... 

What do I want for Christmas? 
(You- you-you) Words and music: Stan 
Freberg. 1Aug50; E0211114. Stan 
Freberg (A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-302. 



WHEN I HOLLER IN THE HOLLER (TO MY 

When I holler in the holler (to my 
Hallie on the hill) Words 6 music: 
Raymond Walter Rozmyn 6 Norma Morris 
Rozmyn. 10Apr50; E0199973. Raymond 
Walter Rozmyn 6 Norma Morris Rozmyn (A) ; 
10Apr78; RE 3-283. 



WHEN I SORVEY THE WONDROUS CROSS. See 
Chorale fantasia on an old English 
tune When I survey the wondrous 
cross. (RE 3-775.) 



WHEN I WAKE OP IN GLOBY. 

When I wake up in glory. Words 6 
music: A. M. Brunner. 9 25Sep50; 
E0216559. A. M. Brunner (A); 7Apr78; 
RE 3-349. 



WHEN THE TRAIN CAME IN. 

When the train came in. w 6 m Rolande 
Young 6 Jack Pleis. © 6Feb50; EP45284. 
Jack Pleis (A); 20Jun78; BE 3-826. 



WHEN THE WAGON COMES. 

When the wagon comes. Words £ music: 
William Wright. © 20Dec50; EU224226. 
William Wright (A); 7Apr78; BE 3-362. 



WHEN THEY ABE 3. See 
When they are three. 



(BE 1-189.) 



WHEN THEY ARE 6 TO 8. See 
When they are six to eight. 
(RE 1-191.) 



WHAT THE JEWS BELIEVE. 

What the Jews believe. By Philip S. 
Bernstein. Expansion of an article 
which appeared in Life, Sept. 11, 1950. 
© 16Apr51 (in notice: 1950); A54918. 
Philip S. Bernstein (A); 21Feb78; 
RE 556. 



WHAT THE WILD FLOWERS TELL ME. 

What the wild flowers tell me; 2d 
movement from Symphony number 3. Music 
by Gustav Mahler, arr. for orchestra: 
Benjamin Britten. Orchestra full score. 
NM: arr. © 29Dec50; EP52257. Peter 
Pears, Isadore Caplan, Leslie Periton 6 
Donald Mitchell (E of Benjamin Britten) ; 
24Feb78; RE 505. 



WHAT'S A SHOW? 

What's a show? w Michael Stewart, m 
Shelley Earl Mowell. © 19Jul50; 
E0209945. Michael Stewart (A) ; 6Apr78; 
RE 2-157. 



WHAT'S HAPPENING? 

What's happening? Words 6 music: 
Maurice King. © 26Jan50; E0191590. 
Maurice King (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-323. 



WHEN I'M GONE. 

When I'm gone. Words & music: William 
Everhart & Ethel Ennis. © 4Dec50; 
E0222827. William Everhart 6 Ethel 
Ennis (A) ; 10Apr78; RE 1-976. 



WHEN I'M MARRIED TO Y00. 

When I'm married to you. w Ben 
Blossner, m Irma Hollander. © 29Sep50; 
E0216894. Brenda Hall (C of Irma 
Hollander) ; 2May78; RE 3-839. 



WHEN I'M WITH ADELINE. 

When I'm with Adeline. w m Charles 
Vernon Wolfe. © 28Aug50; EU213572. 
Charles Vernon Wolfe (A) ; 3Mar78; 
RE 953. 



WHEN IT'S CHERBY BLOSSOM TIME IN 

When it's cherry blossom time in 
Cherry Valley; vocal solo with piano 
ace. Words 6 music by Wallace E. 
Bradley. © UulSO; EP48561. Wallace 
E. Bradley (A); 31Har78; BE 1-327. 



WHEN JES0S PRAYED. See 

Forever at home. (BE 4-074.) 



WHEN THEY ARE 9 TO 11. See 

When they are nine to eleven. 
(RE 1-190.) 



WHEN THEY ARE FOUR AND FIVE. 

When they are four and five. By Board 
of Christian Education of the 
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., 
employer for hire. © 31May50; 
AA155712. The Westminster Press (PWH) ; 
3Mar78; BE 893. 



WHEN THEY ARE NINE TO ELEVEN. 

When they are nine to eleven. By 
Board of Christian Education of the 
Presbyterian Church in the 0. S. A., 
employer for hire. © 31May50; 
AA155714. The Westminster Press (PWH); 
6Mar78; RE 1-190. 



WHEN THEY ABE SIX TO EIGHT. 

When they are six to eight. By Board 
of Christian Education of the 
Presbyterian Church in the 0. S. A. , 
employer for hire. 9 31May50; 
AA1 55713. The Westminster Press (PWH); 
6Mar78; BE 1-191. 



WHAT'S THIS WORLD COMING TO? 

What's this world coming to? Words 
and music: Mattie O'Neil. © 29Dec50; 
EP52171. Mattie O'Neil (A); 7Bar78; 
BE 776. 



WHEAT CO0NTRY. 

Wheat country. Text: William B. 
Bracke. 9 20Apr50; A43864. William B. 
Bracke (A); 22May78; BE 2-773. 



WHEEL-CHAIE ANGEL. 

Wheel-chair angel. Words S music: Nat 
Richardson. 9 24Nov50; ED224698. Peer 
International Corporation (PWH) ; 
20Mar78; RE 1-714. 



WHEN DBEAMS COME TROE. 

When dreams come true; a fantastic 
comedy in three acts. By Austin Goetz. 
© 5Jun50; DP95. Samuel French, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-610. 



WHEN I DANCE THE WALTZ WITH YO0. 

When I dance the waltz with you. 
Words 6 music: Morris Rattner. 
9 18Oct50; E0218769. Morris Rattner 
(A) ; 30May78; RE 2-988. 



WHEN JES0S SPEAKS MY NAME. 

When Jesus speaks my name. Husic & 
words: H. W. Petrie 6 Bessie Patten 
Gilmore. (In The Volunteer choir, June 
1950) 9 20Apr50; B246286. Lorenz 
Publishing Company (PWH); 27Mar78; 
BE 1-<?06. 



WHEN MY BABI SMILES AT ME. 

When my baby smiles at me. Band arr. 
Hal Leonard. NM: arr. 9 22Aug50; 
EP52028. Harry VonTilzer Music 
Publishing Company (PWH) ; 27Feb78; 
BE 660. 



WHEN NIGHT FALLS. 

When night falls. Piano. Words 6 
music: Catherine Martha Larson Abuja. 
© 17Nov50; EU221476. Catherine Martha 
Larson Abuja (A); 27Feb78; RE 3-681. 



WHEN SANTA CLA0S GETS YO0B LETTEB. 

When Santa Claus gets your letter. 
Author G composer: Johnny Marks. 
© 13Jan50; E0190289. Saint Nicholas 
Music, Inc. (PWH) ; 29Jun78; RE 4-256. 



WHEN THEY ABE THBEE. 

When they are three. By Sara G. 
Klein. © 5Jun50; AA162167. The 
Westminster Press (PWH) ; 6Mar78; 
BE 1-189. 



WHEN WILLIE COMES MABCHING HOME. 

When Willie comes marching home. 
9 27Jan50; LP2921. Twentieth 
Century-Fox Film Corporation (PWH) ; 
15May78; BE 3-276. 



WHEN Y00 AIN'T GOT A MATE. 

When you ain't got a mate. w Ben 
Blossner, m Irma Hollander. © 18Sep50; 
E02 15708. Brenda Hall (C of Irma 
Hollander); 2May78; RE 3-837. 



WHEN IO0 HAVE NO ONE TO LOVE YO0. 

When you have no one to love you. 
Words 6 music by Lawrence Wilson, pseud. 
of Bob Miller. © 15Dec50; EP51340. 
Nita Crabbe Miller Spivey Thrash (W) ; 
8May78; BE 2-701. 



WHEN YO0 WALK THBO0GH WOODS. 

When you walk through woods; song for 
low voice in C. Music by Elinor Remick 
Warren, w used by permission. © 6Sep50; 



1978 



COBRENT REGISTRATIONS 



117 



BHEN TOO WALK THROUGH WOODS. (CON.) 
EP49029. Elinor Remick Warren (A) ; 
5May78; RE 2-911. 



WHEN TOO WALK THROOGH WOODS. 

When you walk through woods; song for 
high voice, E flat. Music by Elinor 
Remick Warren, w used by permission. 
6Sep50; EP49030. Elinor Remiclc 
Barren (A); 5Hay78; RE 2-912. 



WHERE ARE TOO GOING AFTER THE PARADE? 

Where are you going after the parade? 
Words 6 music by John Redmond, James 
Cavanaugh 5 Frank Weldon. © 8Dec50; 
E0223757. William J. Cavanaugh, Charles 
B. Cavanaugh, Patricia Perk (C of Jaaes 
Cavanaugh) & John Redmond (A); 10Har78; 
RE 1-450. 



WHERE DO I GO FROM TOO? 

Where do I go from you? w Buddy Kaye, 
m Bruno Coguatrii. © 13Oct50; EP49968. 
Buddy Kaye (A); 30May78; BE 3-388. 



WHERE'S THE FIRE? 

Where's the fire? (The March of time) 
6 28Apr50; MP324. Time, Inc. (PWH) ; 
30Jan78; RE 326. 



WHICH WAT WILL TOO GO? 

Which way will you go? Words and 
music: Tex Atchison. 6 40ct50; 
E0217510. Tex Atchison (A) ; 17Apr78; 
RE 2-310. 



BRISKET TOOK MT DADDT AWAY. 

Whiskey took my daddy away. Words and 
music: Hattie O'Neil. © 29Dec50; 
EP53591. Mattie O'Neil (A); 7Har78; 
RE 77 8. 



WHISPER HALTZ. 

Whisper waltz. Words £ music: Lillian 
Blankenship G Pee wee King (Frank King) 
© 29Dec50; E0224807. Frank King (A) ; 
20Bar78; RE 1-016. 



WHISPERING SANDS. 

Bhispering sands; piano solo. Author 
of music: Walter E. Miles. © 28Dec50; 
EP51753. Baiter E. Miles (A); 17Apr78; 
RE 2-33 8. 



THE WHITE ROSE. 

The White rose. Words 6 music: Carl 
Butler. © 27Dec50; EP51785. Carl 
Butler (A) ; 20Mar78; RE 1-014. 



THE WHITEST ELEPHANT. 

The Whitest elephant. Caesar aderat 
forte. King Alfred the cake burner ... 
et al. By Alan Sims. 6 90ct50; DF60. 
Alan Sims (A); 1Jun78; BE 3-602. 



WHO DID TOO TELL? 

Who did you tell? Bords and music: 
Guy Spurgeon Holliday. © 5Dec50; 
EP51661. Guy Spurgeon Holliday (A); 
26Jan78; RE 303. 



WHO KICKED THE LIGHT PL0G (O0T OF 

Who kicked the light plug (out of the 
socket)? Lyrics by George Brown, music 
by Vin Roddie, pseud, of Vincent 
Rodomista. © 4Dec50; E0223860. George 
Brown (A); 30Jun78; RE 3-680. 



BHO KNOBS? 

Who knows? Bords £ music by Lud Isaac 
(Ludwig Isaac) 9 13Mar50; E0197771. 
Ludwig (Lud) Isaac (A); 2Har78; BE 649. 



WHO OBNS THE JOINT? 

Bho owns the joint? Words 6 music: 
Ray Schoates, Johnny Sparrow 6 Albert B. 
Green. 9 17Hay50; EU204186. Ray 
Schoates, Johnny Sparrow 6 Albert B. 
Green (A); 23May78; RE 3-377. 



BHO WAS BHEN: A DICTIONART OF 

Bho was when: a dictionary of 
contemporaries. By Miriam Allen DeFord. 
2d ed. NM: additions, new arr. 6 
corrections. 29Dec50; A51097. 
Ernest Besig (E) ; 15May78; BE 3-278. 



THE WHOLE NIGHT LONG. 

The Bhole night long. Bords £ music 
by Lud Isaac (Ludwig Isaac) 9 17Apr50; 
E0201417. Ludwig (Lud) Isaac (A); 
2Mar78; RE 652. 



BHOM HAVE I B0T THEE? 

Whom have I but Thee? Words £ music: 
Herman VonBerge. (In The Volunteer 
choir, June 1950) 9 20Apr50; B246286. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
27Mar78; RE 1-905. 



WHO'S EXCITED? 

Bho's excited? A farce comedy in 
three acts. By Ruth Lorac, pseud, of 
James Beach. © 29Dec50; DP531. Samuel 
French, Inc. (PBH) ; 16Mar78; RE 1-617. 



BHO'S THINKING OF TOO? 

Who's thinking of you? w £ a Arthur 
Kapewaokeao Parker, Jr. © on new words 
£ changed music; 19Apr50; EO201002. 
Arthur Kapewaokeao Parker, Jr. (A) ; 
18Apr78; BE 2-366. 



BHO'S BHO IN LATIN AMERICA. 

Bho's who in Latin America. Pt. 5. 
Editor: Ronald Hilton. © 30Oct50; 
AA 1664 18. The Board of Trustees of the 
Leland Stanford Junior Oniversity (PBH) ; 
27Mar78; RE 2-005. 



WHY A CUT BAS GLAD. 

Why a city was glad. By Ortlip. 
© 15Sep50; K25941. Providence 
Lithograph Company (PBH); 18May78; 
BE 3-074. 



BHT AT A TIME LIKE THIS. 

Why at a time like this. Bords £ 
music: Vernon Palmer. © 260ct50; 
E0219457. Vernon Palmer (A); 7Apr78; 
BE 3-356. 



BHT DID I EVEB DO0BT TOO? 

Why did I ever doubt you? Bords £ 
music: Paul J. Gasper. © 26Dec50; 
E0224605. Paul J. Gasper (A); 7Apr78; 
BE 3-366. 



WHY DO THET DO IT? See 
Git along! (BE 2-237.) 



BHT, DOCTOB-, WHAT BIG GBEEN EYES YOO 

[Bhy, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have, and other contributions] By S. J. 
Perelman. © S. J. Perelman (A) ; BEG 
28Feb78; RE 3-574. 

Bhy, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (Cloudland revisited) (In 
The New Yorker, Sept. 30, 1950) P0B 
28Sep50; B266765. 
Young as you feel. (In Redbook, Oct. 

1950) P0B 29Sep50; B267957. 
Salesman, spare that psyche. (In The 
New Yorker, Nov. 11, 1950) POB 
9NOV50; B272342. 
Bock-a-bye viscount, in the treetop. 
(Cloudland revisited) (In The New 



Yorker, Dec. 23, 1950) POB 21Dec50; 
B278387. 



BHY DOES MY HEABT FOOL ME? 

Bhy does my heart fool me? w £ m 
Baiter Elwood Morrow. 6 14Mar50; 
E0197002. Baiter Elwood Morrow (A) ; 
6Mar78; RE 1-155. 



BHT DON'T TOO STAT O0T OF MT DREAMS? 

Bhy don't you stay out of ay dreams? 
w £ n Harry Bolander Hall, Jr. 
© 10May50; E0203410. Harry Bolander 
Hall, Jr. (A) ; 21Jun78; BE 3-858. 



BHT I ESCAPED: THE STOBY OF PETEB ... 

Bhy I escaped: the story of Peter 
Pirogov. By Peter Pirogov. © 24Fet50; 
A41880. Peter Pirogov (A); 20Jan78; 
BE 212. 



BHY MOST MY DAYS END BITH LONELY NIGHTS? 

Why must my days end with lonely 
nights? Bords E music: Dallas Turner, 
Eugene Bellman £ Ben Shelhamer, Jr. 
© 9Nov50; E0221284. Peer International 
Corporation (PBH of Ben Shelhamer, Jr.) ; 
20Mar78; BE 1-707. 



BHY SHO0LD I CABE? 

Bhy should I care? w & m Marvin J. 
Moore £ George H. Campbell, Jr. 
© 24Nov50; ED222079. Marvin J. Moore 
(A) ; 8May78; BE 3-458. 



BHY SH00LD I CBY? 

Why should I cry? By Hank Williams 
(Hiram Williams) © 30Dec50; EP51626. 
Billie Jean Billiams Horton (B) ; 3Mar78; 
BE 943. 



BHT SHO0LD I CBY? 

Bhy should I cry? Bords £ music: Hank 
Billiams. © 30Dec50; EP51626. Hank 
Billiams, Jr. (C) ; 4May78; RE 2-806. 



WILBOB'S WILD NIGHT. 

Wilbur's wild night. By Donald 
Payton. © 6Sep50; DP339. Heuer 
Publishing Company (PBH); 12Apr78; 
BE 2-0 46. 



WILD CABD. 

Wild card. w £ m Buddy Ebsen £ Bonnie 
Lake. © 7Aug50; E0213426. Buddy Ebsen 
(A) ; 3Jan78; BE 4. 



WILD GOOSE CHASE. 

Wild goose chase. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. (Grantland Bice 
sportlight) © 24Feb50; M5057. 
National Telefilm Associates, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 20Mar78; BE 1-528. 



BILDEBNESS HOMESTEADERS. 

Wilderness homesteaders. By Ethel 
Kavanaugh. © 23Dec50; A50805. Ethel 
Kavanaugh (A) ; 28Feb78; RE 832. 



BILKES BABBE POLKA. 

Bilkes Barre polka. Bords £ music: A. 
S. Bossana, E. S. Hatrak £ Herman 
Lubinsky. © 11Apr50; E0200148. A. S. 
Bossana, E. S. Hatrak E Herman Lubinsky 
(A) ; 7Apr78; BE 3-335. 



BILL ANT GENTLEMAN? 

Will any gentleman? A farce in three 
acts. By Vernon Sylvaine. © 30Jun50; 
D024820. Marie Sylvaine (B) ; 16Mar78; 
BE 1-620. 



118 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



WILL OF IRON. 

Will of iron. By Isidore Rosen. 
25Sep50; A48050. Isidore Rosen (A) 
26Hay78; RE 3-165. 



SILL ROGERS: IMMORTAL COWBOY. 

Will Rogers: immortal cowboy. By 
Doris Shannon Garst. © 24Apr50; 
A<»3226. Doris Shannon Garst (A) ; 
12Jun78; BE 3-796. 



WILL ROGERS, THE BOY ROPER. 

Will Rogers, the boy roper. By Donald 
Day E Beth Day, illustrator: William 
Moyers. © 22Sep50; A48093. Donald 
Day, William Moyers 6 Beth Day (A) ; 
20Jun78; RE 4-068- 



WILLIAM DO TELL. 

William do tell. For piano, m Alec 
Templeton. 9 29Nov50; EP50889. Julie 
Templeton (W) ; 13Mar78; RE 1-303. 



WILLIAM HENRY BELK: MERCHANT OF THE 

William Henry Belk: merchant of the 
South. By LeGette Blythe. © 24Hay50; 
A44391. LeGette Blythe (A); 31Jan78; 
RE 321. 



WILLIE, THE WHISTLING GIRAFFE. 

Willie, the whistling giraffe. Words 
and music: Ruth Cleary Patterson S Rube 
Goldberg. 9 190ct50; EU218846. Irma 
S. Goldberg (W) , Thomas B. George, 
George Warren George (C of Rube 
Goldberg) 6 Ruth Cleary Patterson (A) ; 
11May78; RE 3-704. 



WILLIE, THE WHISTLING GIRAFFE. 

Willie, the whistling giraffe, w Rube 
Goldberg, m Buth Cleary. 6 190ct50; 
E0218846. Ruth Cleary (A) ; 25Apr78; 
RE 3-855. 



WILLOW SONG. 

Willow song. Words by William 
Shakespeare, music by Thomas Pitfield. 
8 25Aug50; EFO-4684. Thomas Pitfield 
(A) ; 13Mar78; HE 1-261. 



WILHETTE SOCCER. 

Wilmette soccer. By Seymour Seaward 
Rovner. NM: revision. 9 29Nov50; 
AA1 69779. Seymour Seaward Rovner (A); 
20Mar78; RE 1-516. 



THE WIND IN WINTER. 

The Wind in winter. No. 1378. By 
Grandma Moses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Moses) © 26Apr50; G016137. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 20Mar78; RE 1-638. 



THE WIND SINGS WELCOME. 

The Wind sings welcome. For solo 
voice, high, in F. From the cycle for 
voice £ orchestra. Singing earth. Husic 
by Elinor Remick Warren, w Carl 
Sandburg. © 3Nov50; EP50379. Elinor 
Remick Karren (A) ; 5Hay78; RE 2-902. 



THE WIND SINGS WELCOME. 

The Wind sings welcome. For medium or 
low voice, in D flat. From the cycle. 
Singing earth, for solo voice £ 
orchestra. Music by Elinor Remick 
Warren, w Carl Sandburg. © 3Nov50; 
EP50380. Elinor Remick Warren (A) ; 
5May78; RE 2-903. 



THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY. 

The Wind that shakes the barley. w 6 
m Paul Francis Webster £ Ted FioRito. 



25May50; E0205060. Irene FioRito 
(W) ; 7Mar78; RE 996. 



WINDOWS TOWARD GOD. 

Windows toward God. By Charles H. 
Schmitz. © 5Sep50; A47299. Charles H. 
Schmitz (A); 16Mar78; RE 1-551. 



WINTER. 

Winter. By Peeter Brueghel, the elder 
[Pieter Bruegel, the elder], author of 
renewable matter: Anton Schutz. 
© 12Jul50; H1665. New York Graphic 
Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 7Mar78; RE 1-225. 



WINTER. 

Winter. By Louis Simpson. (In 
Tomorrow, May 1950) © 15Apr50; 
B240639. Louis Simpson (A); 12Jun78; 
RE 4-100. 



WINTER, ADIE0! 

Winter, adieu! Choral number for 
three part ladies voices SSA with piano 
ace. Words £ music by Octavia R. Gould. 
© Uul50; EP48559. Octavia R. Gould 
(A) ; 31Har78; RE 1-325. 



WINTER IN FLANDERS. 

Winter in Flanders. By Peeter 
Brueghel, the elder [Pieter Bruegel, the 
elder], author of renewable matter: 
Anton Schutz. © 25May50; H1664. New 
York Graphic Society, Ltd. (PWH) ; 
7Mar78; RE 1-224. 



WINTER WALTZ IN A SWISS CHALET. 

Winter waltz in a Swiss chalet. Words 
and music: Warren Dussaye. © 28Dec50; 
EP51715. Warren Dussaye (A) ; 6Mar78; 
RE 785. 



WINTER WONDERLAND. 

Winter wonderland. By Wembley, Inc. , 
employer for hire. © 22Sep50; KK54164. 
Wembley Industries, Inc. (PWH); 8Jun78; 
RE 3-185. 



WINTERTIME. 

Wintertime. By Jan Valtin, pseud, of 
Richard J. Krebs. Shorter version 
serialized in Ladies' home journal. 
Mar. -July 1950. NM: textual additions. 
© 11Apr50; A42822. Richard J. Krebs 
(A) ; 10May78; BE 2-783. 



THE WITCHES' CASTLE. 

The Witches' castle. Feb. 1950. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Hoses) Add. ti. : The Witch's castle. 
© 26Apr50; G016126. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 20flar78; RE 1-627. 



THE WITCH'S CASTLE. See 

The Witches' castle. (BE 1-627.) 



WITH YO0! 

With you! Words £ music by Lud Isaac 
(Ludwig Isaac) © 14Har50; E0197808. 
Ludwig (Lud) Isaac (A); 2Mar78; BE 651. 



WITHIN HIS SANCTDARY. 

Within His sanctuary. Husic 6 words: 
lira B. Wilson 6 Blanche Douglas Byles. 
(In The Choir leader. Hay 1950) 
© 29Har50; B241552. Lorenz Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 27Har78; RE 1-882. 



THE WOBBLIN' GOBLIN. 

The Wobblin' goblin. Words and music 
by Gerald Harks £ Milton Pascal. 



180ct50; EP50091. Roberta J. Patten 
(E of Milton Pascal); 13Feb78; RE 623. 



DAS WOHLTEHPEBIEBTE KLAVIEB. 

Das Wohlteuperierte Klavier. Teil I. 
By Bach, fingering, footnotes £ preface: 
Otto Vonlraer £ Walther Lampe. 
© 1Jun50; EFO-4305 G. Henle Verlag 
(PWH) ; 12Jun78; BE 3-663. 



WOLF IN CHEF'S CLOTHING. 

Wolf in chef's clothing. By Robert H. 
Loeb, Jr. © 7Nov50; A49935. Robert H. 
Loeb, Jr. (A) ; 7Feb78; BE 735. 



WOMAN'S HOHE COMPANION, DEC. 1950. See 
The Balance wheel. (BE 4-105.) 



WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION, JAN. 1951. See 
World so wide. (BE 2-353.) 



WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION, NOV. 1950. See 
The Balance wheel. (RE 4-104.) 



WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION, OCT. 1950. See 
The Balance wheel. (BE 4-103.) 



A WOMAN'S PLACE. 

A Woman's place; a comedy in 3 acts. 

By Wendy Grimwood. © 4Apr50; DP58. 

Wendy Grimwood (A) ; Uun78; BE 3-594. 



WOHAN'S S0RGEON: THE LIFE STOBY OF 

Woman's surgeon: the life story of J. 
Marion Sims. By Seale Harris £ Frances 
Williams Browin. © 18Apr50; A42883. 
Josephine K. Ballenger (NK of Seale 
Harris); 8Hay78; RE 3-053. 



WOHEN, LIKE PBINCES. 

Women, like princes; a play in 1 act 
for 6 women. By Terence Bowen. 
© 5Dec50; DF48. Terence Bowen (A); 
Uun78; BE 3-600. 



THE WONDERFUL BAKER. 

The Wonderful baker. By Babel Leigh 
Hunt. Story pub. in Feb. 1950 issue of 
Story parade. NH: revisions, additions 
£ ill. © 24Jan50; A40576. American 
Fletcher National Bank £ Trust Company 
(E) ; 30Jan78; BE 220. 



WONDERF0L DBEAHS. 

Wonderful dreams; piano solo. Music 

by Lora Dickinson. © 27Dec50; EP54403. 

Lora Dickinson (A); 31Mar78; BE 1-331. 



WON'T YO0 GAHBLE WITH HE? 

Won't you gamble with me? Words and 
music: Buth Cecelia Wood Hollestelle, 
arr. Samuel Ogilbie Fraser, Jr. 
© 300ct50; E02 19802. Ruth C. 
Hollestelle (A) ; 13Har78; BE 1-257. 



THE WOODEN HOG. 

The Wooden mug. By Frances Sanger 
(Josephine Sanger Lau) © 21Jul50; 
A47591. Frances Sanger (A) ; 10flar78; 
BE 1-453. 



WOODHAN SPARE THAT TBEE. 

Woodman spare that tree. By 
Terrytoons, Inc. © 28Dec50; LP664. 
Viacom International, Inc. (PWH) ; 
21Feb78; RE 578. 



1978 



CORRENT REGISTRATIONS 



119 



WORD FROM DEACON BIRD. 

Word from Deacon Bird. Music: Johnny 
Sparrow. C 26Apr50; E0201882. Johnny 
Sparrow (A); 10Apr78; RE 3-285. 



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d from Hashing 
(In America 
ai) Elaine 
8; RE 3-576. 
ue 

50. Encouragi 
OB 1Hay50; B2H 
50. Helping c 
atural resourc 
253049. 
50. A "Post" 
or education. 
50. The Schoo 
mergency. POB 
50. Mobilizin 
ational securi 
267027. 
50. The Schoo 
emocracy. POB 



N. 

ton. By Elaine 
n school board 
Exton (A) ; REG 



ng students to save. 

8116. 

onserve our nation's 

es. POB Uun50; 

of Truman 1950 goals 
POB 1JU150; B255547. 

Is in the national 
1Sep50; B261887. 

g education for 

ty. POB 20ct50; 

Is as citadels of 
1NOV50: B271175. 



AU2496- H. A. Darlington (A); 6Jun78; 
RE 3-514. 



WORLD SO HIDE. 

World so wide. By Sinclair Lewis. 
(In Roman's home companion, Jan. 1951) 
O 21Dec50; B279978. Melville H. Cane 
(E) ; 24Har78; RE 2-353. 



HORLD'S FINEST COMICS. 

World's finest comics. No. 45, 
Apr. -Hay 1950. 9 30Jan50; B230500. D 
C Comics, Inc. (PHH) ; 7Feb78; RE 407. 



WORLD'S FINEST COMICS. 

World's finest comics. No. 46, 
June-July 1950. 6 29Mar50; B239281. D 
C Comics, Inc. (PWB) ; 7Feb78; RE 408. 



HORLD'S FINEST COMICS. 

World's finest comics. No. 47, 
Aug. -Sept. 1950. © 29May50; 3251810. 
D C Comics, Inc. (PWH) ; 7Feb78; RE 409. 



HUTHEBING HEIGHTS. 

Wuthering heights. By Emily Bronte, 
deletions 6 rewriting for the slow or 
non-reader by Mark A. Neville 6 Ruby 
Withers. NB: adaptation. © 2Jun50; 
A44532. Globe Book Company, Inc. (PWH) 
15May78; EE 2-948. 



RYOHING WILDCATTER. 

Wyoming wildcatter. By Harry 
Whittington. (In Mammoth western, Sept. 
1950) 6 14Jul50; B255097. Harry 
Whittington (A) ; 23Jan78; RE 289. 



XHAS ARO0ND O0R TORN. 

Sias around our town. Piano. Words 6 
music: Catherine Hartha Larson Abuja. 
© 6Mar50; E0 196023. Catherine Martha 
Larson Abuja (A) ; 27Feb78; RE 3-688. 



THE WORD OF THE LORD IS RIGHT. 

The Word of the Lord is right. Psalm 
33:4. By Plockhorst. Add. ti. : Jesus 
and the children. 9 15Sep50; H1701. 
Providence Lithograph Company (PWH) ; 
18May78; RE 3-084. 



WORDSWORTH AND THE IRON TIME. 

Wordsworth and the iron time. By 
Lionel Trilling. (In The Kenyon review, 
summer 1950) 9 1Jul50; B258731. Diana 
Trilling (W) 6 James Trilling (C) ; 
10Feb78; RE 466. 



THE WORK TO DO. 

The Work to do. No. 1421. By Grandma 
Moses (Anna Mary Robertson Hoses) 
9 24JU150; G016666. James C. Tomasi 
(Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; HE 3-729. 



A WORKBOOK TO ACCOMPANY PSYCHOLOGY ... 

A Workbook to accompany Psychology in 
everyday living. By Ralph Leslie Johns. 
© 15Dec50; AA170449. Ralph Leslie 
Johns (A); 23Feb78; RE 811. 



THE WORLD. 

The World. © 16Jun50; F8454. 
McNally S Company (PRH) ; 27flar78; 
RE 1-947. 



Rand 



HORLD ATLAS. See 

Rand HcNally world atlas. 



(RE 1-936.) 



HORLD CAN NEVER BE THE SAHE. 

Rorld can never be the same. Words by 
Harold Purcell, adaptation: Hans May. 
NH: adaptation. © 30Oct50; EFO-6527. 
Peter Ash (E of Hans Hay); 13Mar78; 
RE 1-285. 



HORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CHECKERS. 

World championship checkers. By 
Hilliam F. Ryan S Tommie Wiswell. 
9 15Dec50; A53033. Bell Publishing, a 
division of Crown Publishers, Inc. 
(PWH) ; 4Jan78; RE 14. 



THE WORLD LA0GHS WITH YO0. 

The Rorld laughs with you; collection 
of poems. By Eleanor Perlstein 
Heinbaum. © 25Nov50; A51007. Eleanor 
Perlstein Weinbaum (A); 30Mar78; 
RE 1-818. 



THE WORLD OF GILBERT AND S0LLIVAN. 

The Horld of Gilbert and Sullivan. By 
Hilliam Aubrey Darlington. © 21Mar50; 



WORLD'S FINEST COMICS. 

Horld's finest comics. No. 48, 
Oct. -Nov. 1950. © 26JU150; B257281. D 
C Comics, Inc. (PRH); 7Feb78; RE 411. 



HORLD'S FINEST COHICS. 

Horld's finest comics. No. 49, 
Dec. -Jan. 1950-51. © 27Sep50; B266856. 
D C Comics, Inc. (PHH) ; 7Feb78; RE 412. 



HORLD'S FINEST COMICS. 

World's finest comics. No. 50, 
Feb. -Mar. 1951. © 27Nov50; B275589. D 
C Comics, Inc. (PWH) ; 7Feb78; RE 3-469. 



HORLD'S FINEST COMICS, FEB. -MAR. 1951. 
See 
Superman. (RE 3-470.) 



WORRY IS LIKE A ROCKING CHAIR. 

Worry is like a rocking chair. Words 
6 music: Aaron Schroeder S Gerald Graham 
Valentine. 6 23Aug50; E0213143. Aaron 
Schroeder S Gerald Graham Valentine (A) ; 
10Apr78; RE 3-310. 



THE HO0LD-BE O0TLAH. 

The Would-be outlaw. By Trendle- 
Beattie. (The Lone Ranger, no. 
2655-1880) 6 13Jan50; D023139. Lone 
Ranger Television, Inc. (PHH); 16Jun78; 
RE 3-520. 



THE RRATH OF T0GBOAT ANNIE. 

The Wrath of Tugboat Annie. By Norman 
Reilly Raine. (In The Saturday evening 
post, Aug. 12, 1950) © 9Aug50; 
B259385. Elizabeth Raine (W) ; 25Jan78; 
RE 297. 



THE WRIGHT BROTHERS: PIONEERS OF 

The Wright brothers: pioneers of 
American aviation. By Quentin Reynolds, 
ill.: Jacob Landau. © 12Oct50; A48982. 
James J. Reynolds, Frederick H. Rohlfs 
(E of Quentin Reynolds) S Random House, 
Inc. (PRH of Jacob Landau) ; 12Jan78; 
RE 120. 



A WRITTEN GOARANTEE. 

A Written guarantee. w & m Herb 
Leighton, pseud, of Herbert Leventhal. 
NM: piano arr. © 17Jan50; E0197794. 
Herbert Leventhal (A); 13Feb78; RE 963. 



Y NADA MAS. 

Y nada mas. Words: Arturo Valdes, 
music: Abel Dominguez. © 29Dec50; 
EFO-6590. Promotora Hispano Americana 
de Musica (PWH of Arturo Valdes) ; 
20Har78; RE 3-538. 



THE YALE REVIEW, A0T0MN 1950. See 
The Birth of an island. (RE 3-668.) 



YANKEE EXOD0S. 

Yankee exodus; an account of migration 
from New England. By Stewart H. 
Holbrook. © 6Jun50; A44434. Sibyl 
Holbrook Strahl (W) ; 27Feb78; RE 839. 



THE YANKEES. 

The Yankees; a pictorial history of 
baseball's greatest club. By John 
Durant. NH: revisions, additions & up 
to date corrections. © 7Har50; A41815. 
John Durant (A) ; 10Mar78; RE 1-238. 



YE SHALL BE COMFORTED. 

Ye shall be comforted. By Hilliam F. 
Rogers. © 13Apr50; A42857. The 
Westminster Press (PHH) ; 27Feb78; 
RE 821. 



YE SHALL LIVE ALSO. 

Ye shall live also. Music arr. S 
words: Ellen Jane Lorenz 6 Elsie Duncan 
Yale. (In The Choir herald, Har. 1950) 
NH: arr. 6 words. © 23Jan50; B235303. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PWH) ; 
20Jan78; HE 91. 



THE YELLOW BIRDS. 

The Yellow birds. No. 1420. By 
Grandma Hoses (Anna Mary Robertson 
Hoses) © 24JU150; G016665. James C. 
Tomasi (Adm. c.t.a.); 12Jun78; RE 3-728. 



THE YELLOW SCARF. 

The Yellow scarf. By Fern Shepard, 
pseud, of Florence Stonebraker. 
9 29Dec50; A51037. Fern Shepard 
(pseud, of Florence Stonebraker) (A) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-277. 



LES YE0X ET LA L0HIERE. 

Les Yeux et la lumiere; mystere a six 
voix. By Vercors, pseud, of Jean 
Bruller. © 17Nov50; AFO-3732. 
Vercors, pseud, de Jean Bruller (A) ; 
17Apr78; RE 2-545. 



120 



BENEWALS 



JAN-JUH 



YIELD YOORSELVES ONTO GOD. 

Yield yourselves unto God. Words and 
music: Herman VonBerge. (In The Choir 
herald, Apr. 1950) 6Har50; B241553. 
Lorenz Publishing Company (PHH) ; 2Har78; 
RE 877. 



YO NO TE HE VISTO NONCA. 

Yo no te he visto nunca. Letra y 
musica: Enrique Santos Discepolo. 
27Dec50; EFO-6510. Ana Luciano Divis 
(W) ; 13Nar78; RE 1-463. 



YO SOY, CORAZON. 

Yo soy, corazon. Letra y musica: 

Teddy Fregoso. 9 29Dec50; EFO-6513. 

Teddy Fregoso (A); 13Mar78; RE 1-464. 



YO YO BAG. 

Yo yo rag. u & m Herbert Wayne 

Harper. 9 3Feb50; EU192508. Daisy H. 

Harper (W) ; 7Jul78; RE 4-251. 



THE YODELLING GHOST. 

The Yodelling ghost. w 6 m John 
Jerome, pseud, of Howard Ellington 
Barnes, Harold Cornelius Fields £ Joseph 
Dominic Roncoroni. 9 1Aug50; EFO-4505. 
Howard Ellington Barnes (A); 8May78; 
RE 2-702. 



YOU AND YO0B BEAUTIFUL EYES. 

You and your beautiful eyes. From At 
war with the Army. w Back David, m 
Jerry Livingston. 9 18JU150; EU210194. 
Jerry Livingston (A); 21Feb78; BE 3-910. 



YO0 BETTER CHANGE. 

You better change. For voice S piano. 
w 6 m Alberta Hunter. 9 30Dec50; 
EP51505. Alberta Hunter (A); 3Jan78; 
RE 1. 



YO0 BETTER QOIT. 

You better quit. Words £ music: Gould 
Thomas Pritchett. 9 15Jun50; E0209813. 
Gould Thomas Pritchett (A); 9Jan78; 
RE 32. 



YO0 CALLED HE "DARLING!" 

You called me "Darling!" Words 6 
music: Harjorie 7iolet Elizabeth Dunham. 
9 7Apr50; E0199845. Harjorie Violet 
Elizabeth Dunham (A) ; 6Apr78; BE 2-232. 



YO0 CAN HABBY HE. 

You can marry me. w Thomas E. Breen, 
m John Ellis. 9 6Nov50; E0220494. 
John Ellis 6 Thomas E. Breen (A) ; 
17Apr78; BE 2-322. 



YO0 CAN TAKE HY RING OFF YO0B FINGEB. 

You can take my ring off your finger, 
w 6 m Irene Hennessey 6 Robert Hilton 
(Robert Hellin) 9 2Feb51; E0228084. 
Irene Hennessey S Robert Hilton (Robert 
Hellin) (A); 8Feb78; BE 433. 



YO0 CAN'T DIVORCE A LOVING HEABT. 

You can't divorce a loving heart. 
Words S music: Charlie Purvis, Lew Mel 6 
Klinkie VanKlunck. 9 15Dec50; EP51345. 
Nita Crabbe Hiller Spivy Thrash (W of 
Klinkie VanKlunck); 1Har78; RE 683. 



YO0 CAN'T TELL ABO0T LOVE. 

You can't tell about love. By Helen 
Diehl Olds. 9 20Har50; A42543. Helen 
Diehl Olds (A); 19Jun78; EE 4-114. 



YO0 DYED YO0E HAIR CHABTBEOSE. 

You dyed your hair chartreuse. w C m 
Billy Hoore, Jr. 6 John Leslie 
HcParland. O 29Dec50; EP52330. Gloria 
E. HcFarland (W) , Lorna HcFarland 6 
Joanne HcParland (C) ; 6Apr78; BE 2-155. 



YO0 KNOW ALL THE BOOKS. 

You know all the books. By Wilmarth 
Sheldon Lewis. (In Atlantic monthly, 
July 1950) 9 8Jun50; B249688. 
Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis (A) ; 19Hay78; 
BE 3-089. 



YO0 LET HE DOWN. 

You let me down. Composer and 
co-author: John Faire, co-author: Robert 
Bruce. 9 17Har50; E0197468. John 
Faire £ Robert Bruce (A); 13Har78; 
BE 1-251. 



YO0 HAKE HEAVEN. 

You make heaven. m Sheldon Paige Fay. 
9 300ct50; E0219780. Sheldon P. Pay 
(A) ; 3Apr78; BE 2-024. 



Y00 NEED SOHEBODY TO LOVE. 

You need somebody to love. Words & 
music: Arnold Chester Stallins. 
9 30Jan50; E0192159. Arnold Chester 
Stallins (A) ; 23May78; RE 3-375. 



YO0 TAOGHT HE TO LOVE LIKE THIS. 

You taught ae to love like this. 
Words £ music: Bobby Harris. 9 14Nov50; 
E0221198. Bobby Harris (A); 10Apr78; 
BE 3-317. 



YO0 TOOK AWAY ALL HY SONSHINE. 

You took away all my sunshine. w £ m 
Harion Thorner Fletcher 6 Max Fletcher. 
9 3Apr50; E0199210. Harion Thorner 
Fletcher (Fleischer) (A); 25Hay78; 
RE 2-992. 



YO0 WEBE IN THE DBEAHS THAT BBOKE MY 

You were in the dreams that broke my 
heart. Words and music by Evelyn Decker 
£ Franz Schubert. 9 4Feb50; EP44782. 
Franzetta S. Tubbs £ Maxine S. Scott (C 
of Franz Schubert); 6Mar78; BE 847. 



YOO'LL NEVER KNOW HOH M0CH I CABE. 

You'll never know how much I care. 
Words £ music: Walter Louis Longval. 
9 15May50; E0203858. Jeanne Bosilda 
Campbell (formerly Longval) (PPW) ; 
5Hay78; BE 2-740. 



YO0NG AMEBICA'S MOSIC. 

Young America's music. Vol. 8. 
Editor: Albert E. Wier. 9 31Mar50; 
AA152957. Charles Scribner's Sons 
(PPW) ; 12Jun78; BE 3-607. 



YO0NG AMEBICA'S MOSIC. 

Young America's music; piano pieces 
for little fingers, 1st £ 2d grades. 
Vol. 5. Editor: Albert E. Wier. NM: 
first 32 pages; additions and revisions. 
9 31Mar50; AA152956. Charles 
Scribner's Sons (PPW); 12Jun78; 
EE 3-608. 



YO0NG AS YO0 FEEL. See 

Why, doctor, what big green eyes you 
have. (BE 3-574. ) 



YO0NG DOCTOB SAM. 

Young Doctor Sam. By Paramount 
Pictures Corporation. 9 13Jan50; 
H4957. National Telefilm Associates, 
Inc. (PWH) ; 20Har78; BE 1-527. 



YO0NG LADIES' WALTZ. See 
Waltz. (EE 2-382.) 



YOUNG WIVES' TALE. 

Young wives' tale; a comedy in three 
acts. By Ronald Jeans. 9 13Oct50; 
DP421. Margaret E. Jeans (W) ; 8Feb78; 
RE 562. 



THE YOUNGEST. 

The Youngest. By LeRoma Rose. 
6 6Sep50; DP342. J. Vincent Heuer 
(PWH) ; 17Har78; BE 1-757. 



YO0B GBEETING CAED IS HISSING TONIGHT. 

Your greeting card is missing tonight; 
song. Words £ music: Arnold Otto Wulf. 
9 5May50; EU202851. Arnold Otto Wulf 
(A) ; 15Hay78; BE 2-941. 



YOUR HOHE IS IN MY ARHS. 

Your home is in my arms. Husic: 
Charles Wildman, English words: Don 
Baye. NH: English words. 9 15Dec50; 
E0224361. Don Raye (A) ; 12Jun78; 
BE 3-257. 



YOUR LOVE IS GETTING ME DOWN. 

Your love is getting me down. Words 
and music: Edward J. Smith £ Henry 
Bernard Glover. 9 28Dec50; EU226422. 
Edward J. Smith £ Henry Bernard Glover 
(A) ; 26Jan78; RE 372. 



YOUR MORTGAGE. 

Your mortgage. By Frederick H. Allen. 
9 19Hay50; A44624. Frederick H. Allen 
(A) ; 22Hay78; BE 3-225. 



Y00R BOGGED CONSTITUTION. 

Your rugged constitution. By Bruce 
Allyn Findlay £ Esther Findlay. 
9 11Nov50; A49806. Esther Findlay (A) 
27Har78; BE 2-001. 



YOUB WAY IS HY WAY. 

Your way is my way. Original words £ 
music by Desmond O'Connor £ Billy 
Herrin, new words: Allan Boberts. € on 
words; 26Dec50; EP51689. Molly Roberts 
(W) ; 1Mar78; BE 685. 



YOUB WAY IS MY WAY. 

Your way is my way. w £ m Desmond 
O'Connor £ Billy Herrin, new words by 
Allan Roberts. 9 26Dec50; EP51689. 
Jeffrey Boberts 6 Eobert Boberts (C) ; 
19Apr78; EE 2-588. 



YOO'EE AN ANGEL IN DISGUISE. 

You're an angel in disguise. Lyrics: 
Ann H. Gundersen, music: James A. 
Brennan. 9 19Jun50; E0204723. Ann H. 
Gundersen (A) ; 17Apr78; EE 2-285. 



YOO'EE BBEAKING THE ONLY HEABT THAT 

You're breaking the only heart that 
truly loves you. w £ m Smokey Warren, 
Jack Lynch £ Johnny Heyer. 9 18May50; 
E0204291. Smokey Warren, Jack Lynch £ 
Johnny Meyer (A) ; 20Mar78; EE 1-030. 



YOU'RE EVERYTHING I WANT TO POSSESS. 

You're everything I want to possess. 
Lyrics: Ann H. Gundersen, music: Bonald 
Buck. 9 15Sep50; EU215504. Ann H. 
Gundersen (A) ; 17Apr78; BE 2-286. 



YOO'BE FINE BUT YOO'EE NOT HY KIND. 

You're fine but you're not my kind. 
Words £ music: H. DeLaGarde, B. Nunn, B. 
S. Eichard, T. Leonard, B. Bichard 6 



1978 



CORRENT REGISTRATIONS 



121 



YOO'RE FINE BOT YOO'RE NOT BY (CON.) 

Johnny Otis. 17Har50; E0197480. B. 
DeLaGarde, 6. Nunn, B. S. Richard, T. 
Leonard, R. Richard 6 Johnny Otis (A) ; 
7Apr78; RE 3-333. 



EP53542. 

Romberg) ; 



Philip King (E of Sigmund 
10Bay78; RE 3-678. 



ZWEI SONATINEN FOER KLAVIER. 
2 Sonatinen fuer Klavier. 



See 

(RE 3- 



mo.) 



YOU'RE GROWING OP. See 

Guidebook for the health and personal 
development. (RE 896.) 



YOO'RE JOST AS SHEET AT FIFTY, AS ... 

You're just as sweet at fifty, as you 
were at twenty-five. w 6 a Henry 
Tobias, Harry Tobias 6 Ernie Ford. 
S 11Hay50; E0203503. Henry Tobias (A); 
28Apr78; RE 2-608. 



YOO'RE MY ECSTASY. 

You're my ecstasy. Lyrics: Ann a. 
Gundersen, music: James A. Brennan. 
6 22May50; E0204701. Ann B. Gundersen 
(A) ; 17Apr78; RE 2-284. 



ZWEITES KONZERT FOER STREICHORCHESTEB, 
OPOS 21B. See 
Zweites Streichquartett, opus 21a. 
(RE 6 13.) 



ZWEITES STREICHQOARTETT, OPOS 21A. 

Zweites Streichquartett, opus 21a. 
Zweites Konzert fuer Streichorchester, 
opus 21b. m Karl Schiske. Partitur. 
6 14Apr50; EFO-3193. Bertha Schiske 
(W) ; 13Feb78; RE 613. 



YOO'RS PRECIO0S TO HE. 

You're precious to me. Words and 
music: Edith Kathleen Goneconto. 
S 1Dec50; E0222645. Peter J. Goneconto 
(Wr); 17Apr78; RE 2-287. 



YOO'RE SMILING AT ANOTHER. 

You're smiling at another. w S a Gene 
Oguin (Gene O'Quin) 6 15Nov50; 
EO221201. Gene O'Quin (A); 17Apr78; 
RE 2-324. 



YOORS TILL NIAGARA FALLS. 

Yours till Niagara Falls. Compiler: 
Lillian Morrison, ill.: Harjorie Ann 
Barnhart (Marjorie Bauernschmidt) 
9 21Feb50; A41302. Lillian Borrison 
(A); 30May78; RE 3-479. 



YOO'VE FOOND SOBEBODY NEW. 

You've found somebody new. w S m 
Alfred Charles BcGarry. 9 26Jun50; 
E0207967. Alfred Charles BcGarry (A) ; 
28Feb78; RE 3-927. 



ZANE GREY'S WESTERN MAGAZINE, JONE 1950. 
See 
Wagon-tongue north. (HE 3-277.) 



ZEG&B. 

Zegar. w S m Frank Wojnarowski. 
S 25Apr50; EP45577. Dana Publishing 
Company (PWH) ; 12Bay78; RE 3-142. 



ZEKE AND DAISY. 

Zeke and Daisy; an irresistible comedy 
in three acts. By Dorothy Connover, 
pseud, of Wilbur Braun. 14Jun50; 
DP137. Samuel French, Inc. (PWH); 
16Bar78; RE 1-611. 



ZEKE'S GOITAR BOOGIE. 

Zeke's guitar boogies — Music: Zeke 
Turner. @ 26Jan50; E0191581. Zeke 
Turner (A); 7Apr78; RE 3-321. 



ZING ZING — ZOOM ZOOB. 

Zing zing — zoom zoom. w Charles 
Tobias, m Sigmund Romberg. @ 24Nov50; 
EP53542. Hugo Romberg (UK) ; 18Apr78; 
RE 2-354. 



ZING-ZING-ZOOB-ZOOM. 

Zing-zing-zoom-zoom. w Charles 
Tobias, m Sigmund Romberg. 9 24Nov50; 



inde 



x 




An index of renewal claimants, authors, and other names associated with 
the renewal registration. Below each name are the titles under which the 
main entries are to be found. 



Aaron s, Buth Hughes. 

I'll never be lonely again. 

(BE 1-7119.) 
I'll never be lonely again. 

(BE 2-027.) 

Abba, Harta. See 

Hillikin, Barta Abba. 

Abbott, Bruce, pseud. See 
Beach, James. 

Abbott, Dorothy, pseud. See 
Yale, Elsie Duncan. 

Abbott, Frank A. 

River's ri». (BE 1-170.) 

Abbott, Jane. 

Biver's rim. (BE 1-170.) 

Abd-ru-shin, pseud. See 
Bernhardt, Oskar Ernst. 

Abner, B. , pseud. See 
Bossi, Abner. 

Abramovitz, Hoses. 

Inventories and business cycles, with 
special reference to manufacturers' 
inventories. (BE 2-183.) 

Abuja, Catherine Hartha Larson. 
Happiness Bill always follow you. 

(BE 3-682.) 
Here by the phone, dear. (BE 3-684.) 
Let's pretend. (BE 3-687.) 
Hon tana cowgirl. (BE 3-685.) 
Hy album of melody. (BE 3-686.) 
Romance on the river. (RE 3-683.) 
when night falls. (BE 3-681.) 
Xmas around our town. (BE 3-688.) 

Academy of Political Science. 

Political science quarterly. (BE 825.) 

Adam, Adolphe Charles, 1803-1856. 
Cantigue de noel. (BE 3-268.) 
Giselle. (RE 1-843.) 

Adam, Hadeleine. See 

Vercel, Hadeleine Adam. 

Adamic, Louis. 

They came in chains: Americans from 
Africa. (BE 1-176.) 

Adams, Ansel. 

The Print: contact printing and 
enlarging. (RE 1-440.) 

Adams, Carrie B. 

Behold the Lamb of God! (RE 96.) 
Praise ye the Lord. (RE 880.) 
A Song of praise. (BE 3-247.) 



Adams, Charles. 
Honster rally. 



(BE 3-797.) 



Adams, Joan. 

Pray for me. (BE 2-971.) 

See them drivers roll. (BE 2-970.) 

Adams, John Quincy. 

Her first recital. (BE 998.) 

Adams, Oliver B. 

I'm gonna make you run. (BE 1-657.) 

Adams, Samuel Hopkins. 

The Pony express. (BE 234.) 

Adamson, Harold. 

I came all the way from Texas. 
(BE 3-693.) 

Adler, Richard. 

If you're gonna see O'Shaughnessy 

(tell him he promised to marry ae) 

(RE 769.) 
The Ho soap, no hope, no mouse, no 

house, blues. (BE 2-372.) 

Adorno, T. !. 

The Authoritarian personality. 
(RE 813.) 

Aesop, ca. 620-560 B.C. 

Hythoi ton Aisopou. (RE 3-811.) 



Ager, Laurence. 

The Sage's pigtail. 



(RE 1-262.) 



Agg, Ernest Balfour. 

Beauty and the beast. (BE 199.) 
Shadow of doubt. (BE 1-613.) 

Agg, Howard. 

Beauty and the beast. (BE 199.) 
Shadow of doubt. (BE 1-613.) 

Agg, John Balfour. 

Beauty and the beast. (RE 199.) 
Shadow of doubt. (RE 1-6 13.) 

Agounof f , H. , pseud. See 
Haganini, Quinto. 

Ahrens, Cora B. 

Ear training. (BE 510.) 

Akst, Harry. 

There's a little white house (where 
the red, red roses grow) (BE 4-090.) 



Alaska 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 



Hagaz 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 



ine Publis 

sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 
sportsman 



hing Co 
(BE 2 
(BE 
(BE 
(BE 
(BE 
(BE 
(BE 
(BE 
(RE 
(RE 
(RE 



ipany. 
929.) 
•930.) 
■931.) 
•932.) 
•933.) 
•934.) 
■935.) 
■936.) 
•937.) 
938.) 
939.) 



Alaska Northwest Publishing Company. 



Adams, Harriet S. 

The Bobbsey twins in Rainbow Valley. 
(BE 2-733.) 



The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 
The 



Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 



sportsman, 
sportsman, 
sportsman, 
sportsman, 
sportsman, 
sportsman. 



(RE 2-929.) 

(BE 2-930.) 

(RE 2-931.) 

(RE 2-932.) 

(RE 2-933.) 

(RE 2-934.) 



The Alaska sportsman. (BE 2-936.) 

The Alaska sportsman. (BE 2-937.) 

The Alaska sportsman. (RE 2-938.) 

The Alaska sportsman. (RE 2-939.) 

The Alaska sportsman. (BE 2-940.) 

Alberts, Earl. 

I'll make believe. (RE 2-294.) 

Albrand, Hartha. 

Desperate woman. (BE 3-606.) 

Alderman, Clifford Lindsey. 
Arch of stars. (BE 2-735.) 

Aldington, Bichard. 

D. H. Lawrence: portrait of a genius, 
but. (BE 3-226.) 

Aleman Velasco, Higuel. 
La Tortuga. (RE 1-797.) 
Vida azul. (RE 1-798.) 
vida azul. (RE 2-835.) 

Alexander, Anita V. 

Psychosomatic medicine. (BE 1-187.) 

Alexander, Franz. 

Psychosomatic medicine. (RE 1-187.) 

Alexander, Haurice. 

Les Amoreux du Clair DeLune. 

(RE 4-133.) 
Les Amoreux du Clair DeLune. 
(RE 4-134.) 

Alexander, Thomas Benjamin. 

Political reconstruction in Tennessee. 
(BE 2-993.) 

Alexander, William H. 

Secondary education: basic principles 
and practices. (RE 1-161.) 

Alkire, Eddie. See 
Alkire, Elbern H. 

Alkire, Elbern H. 

Alkire electronic steel method. 
(RE 2-736.) 

Allardice, James B. 

At war with the Army. (BE 2-762.) 

Allardice, Hrs. James B. 

At war with the Army. (BE 2-762.) 

Allen, Augustus Cesar. 
How to box. (RE 3-675.) 

Allen, Betsy, pseud. See 

Harrison, Elizabeth Cavanna Headley. 

Allen, Frederick H. 

Your mortgage. (BE 3-225.) 

Allen, George Howard. 

Individual initiative in business. 
(BE 2-445.) 

Allen, Sam Houston. 

Bugle call baby. (BE 2-323.) 

Allums, John F. 

Principles of American government. 
(BE 2-121.) 



sportsman. (BE 2-935.) 



123 



124 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



Altec, Louis. 

Stranger in the city. (HE 3-i»31.) 

Altaian, Arthuc. 

Music by the angels. (RE 1-182.) 

Music by the angels. (RE 1-445.) 

Music by the angels. (HE 1-446.) 

Music by the angels. (BE 1-447.) 

Alvarez, Halter C. 

How to live with your nerves. 

(RE 804.) 

Alvarez Maciste, Manuel. 

Espana a tus pies. (RE 1-460.) 
Pobrecita. (HE 2-834.) 

Alvarez Renteria, Marina. 

Espana a tus pies. (HE 1-460.) 
Pobrecita. (RE 2-834.) 

Alverez, Halter C. See 
Alvarez, Halter C. 



The American Jewish Committee. 
The Authoritarian personality. 

(RE 813.) 
Dynamics of prejudice. (RE 208.) 



The Americ 

Social 
The Amer 

Social 
The Amer 

Social 
The Amer 

Social 
The Amer 

Social 
The Amer 

Social 



an Academy of Political and 

Science, 
ican Academy of Political and 

Science. (BE 1-361.) 
ican Academy of Political and 

Science. (BE 1-362.) 
ican Academy of Political and 

Science. (RE 1-363.) 
ican Academy of Political and 

Science. (HE 1-364.) 
ican Academy of Political and 

Science. (RE 1-365.) 



The American Bankers Association. 
Key to numerical system of the 

American Bankers Association with 
check routing symbols. (RE 4-096.) 

American Ceramic Society, Inc. 

American Ceramic Society. Journal. 

Ceramic Abstracts. (BE 3-928.) 
The American Ceramic Society. 

Journal. Ceramic abstracts. 

(BE 3-930.) 
The American Ceramic Society. 

Journal. Ceramic abstracts. 

(RE 3-932.) 
The American Ceramic Society. 

Journal. Ceramic abstracts. 

(HE 3-933.) 
The American Ceramic Society. 

Journal. Ceramic abstracts. 

(BE 3-937.) 
The American Ceramic Society. 

Journal. Ceramic abstracts. 

(RE 3-939.) 
The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 

(RE 3-929.) 
The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 

(HE 3-931.) 
The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 

(BE 3-934.) 
The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 

(BE 3-935.) 
The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 

(RE 3-936.) 
The American Ceramic Society bulletin. 

(RE 3-938.) 

American Fletcher National Bank £ Trust 
Company, Indianapolis. 
The Honderful baker. (RE 220.) 

American Heritage Publishing Company, 
Inc. 
American heritage. (RE 962.) 

American Historical Association. 
Pacific Coast Branch. 
Pacific historical review. (HE 2-503.) 
Pacific historical review. (BE 2-506.) 
Pacific historical review. (BE 2-508.) 

American Institute of Physics. 
Physics today. (HE 3-694.) 
Physics today. (RE 3-695.) 
Physics today. (BE 3-696.) 
Physics today. (HE 3-697.) 
Physics today. (BE 3-698.) 



Americ 
The 

(B 
The 

(H 
The 

(H 
The 

(B 
The 

(B 
The 

(B 
The 

(B 



an Legion 
American 
E 360.) 
American 
E 367.) 
American 
E 835.) 
American 
E 1-822.) 
American 
E 2-741.) 
American 
E 3-398.) 
American 
E 4-261.) 



Legion 
Legion 
Legion 
Legion 
Legion 
Legion 
Legion 



magazine, 
magazine, 
magazine, 
magazine, 
magazine, 
magazine, 
magazine. 



American Ma 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 
American 



riti 

mari 
mari 
mari 
mari 
mari 
mari 
mari 
mari 
mari 
mari 



me Cases, I 
time cases, 
time cases, 
time cases. 
time cases. 
time cases, 
time cases, 
time cases, 
time cases. 
time cases, 
time cases. 



nc. 
(BE 
(RE 
(RE 
(RE 
(BE 
(RE 
(RE 
(BE 
(BE 
(BE 



638.) 
639.) 
640.) 
641.) 
642.) 
643.) 
644.) 
645.) 
646.) 
647.) 



American Mathematical Society. 
American Mathematical Society. 

(RE 4 8.) 
Transactions of the American 

Mathematical Society. (RE 503.) 

The American National Bed Cross. 

The American Bed Cross. (BE 3-043.) 

American Physiological Society, Inc. 
The American journal of physiology. 
(HE 3-639.) 

American Society of Anesthesiologists, 
Inc. 

Anesthesiology. (RE 85.) 

Anesthesiology. (BE 86.) 

Anesthesiology. (RE 87.) 

Anesthesiology. (BE 88.) 

Anesthesiology. (RE 89.) 

Anesthesiology. (BE 90.) 

American Society of Biological Chemists, 

Inc. 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(BE 966.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(BE 967.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(BE 968.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(BE 969.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(RE 970.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(BE 971.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(RE 972.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(RE 973.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(HE 974.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(RE 975.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(RE 976.) 
The Journal of biological chemistry. 

(BE 977.) 

American Society of International Law. 
American journal of international law. 

(RE 840.) 
American journal of international law. 

(BE 841.) 
American journal of international law. 

(BE 842.) 
American journal of international law. 

(BE 843.) 
Proceedings of the American Society of 

International Law, April 27-29, 

1950. (RE 322.) 



Ames, Delano. 

Murder begins at home. (BE 2-349.) 

Ancliffe, Charles. 

Ancliffe in the ballroom. (RE 515.) 

Andersen, H. C. See 

Andersen, Hans Christian, 1805-1875. 

Andersen, Hans Christian, 1805-1875. 
Les Souliers rouges et autres contes. 
(BE 2-554.) 

Anderson, Eleanor. 

The Girl I left behind me. (BE 790.) 
The Haltzing cat. (RE 791.) 

Anderson, Ethel Cowan. 
Tell me how. (HE 3-318.) 

Anderson, Henry. 

Our church's story, 1846-1946. 
(BE 2-776.) 

Anderson, Howard Duke. 

Tell me pretty baby. (BE 3-281.) 

Anderson, Howard B. 

The Making of modern America. 
(BE 4-072.) 

Anderson, Kenneth Oscar. 

Ideas for young people's parties. 
(RE 2-707.) 

Anderson, Leroy. 

The Girl I left behind me. (BE 790.) 
The Haltzing cat. (BE 791.) 

Anderson, Monica. 

The Making of modern America. 
(BE 4-072.) 

Anderson, Bobert Hoodruff. 

Lover, come back to me. (BE 1-546.) 

Anderson, William. 

American city government. (HE 1-879.) 

Anderson, William S. 

American jurisprudence. (BE 2-785.) 

Andrews, F. Emerson. 

Philanthropic giving. (BE 2-644.) 

Anglin, Jack. 

I can't tell my heart that. 

(BE 1-023.) 
If tears would bring you back. 

(RE 1-010.) 
Smile on my lips (and an ache in my 
heart) (HE 1-018.) 

Anglin, Jim. 

I can't tell my heart that. 

(BE 1-023.) 
If tears would bring you back. 

(RE 1-010.) 
Smile on my lips (and an ache in my 

heart) (BE 1-018.) 

Angyal, Andras. 

Psychiatry. (HE 45.) 

Annett, H. Boss. 

Babe in disgrace. (BE 3-570.) 

Anouilh, Jean, 1910-. 
Colombe. (HE 2-869.) 

Anthony, Ray. 

All of a sudden. (RE 2-028.) 
Hadacol boogie. (HE 2-897.) 

Anthroposophic Press, Inc. 

Goethe the scientist. (BE 3-844.) 
The Gospel of Saint Bark. (HE 3-845.) 
Occult science. (BE 2-138.) 
Spiritual guidance of man and 
humanity. (RE 3-846.) 

Appell, Odile. See 
Lange, Odile Appell. 



1978 



NAME INDEX 



125 



Appell Lange, Odile. See 
Lange, Odile Appell. 

Appleton, LeRoy H. 

Indian act of the Americas. 
(HB 1-867.) 

Arantes Barroso, Ivonne. See 
Barroso, Ivonne Arantes. 

Arcaraz, Lais. 

Be careful. (HE 606.) 
Quinto patio. (BE 711.) 

Ircaraz, Haria DeLaPaz Genesta De. 
Qainto patio. (BE 711.) 

Arcaraz Carcasco, Luis. 
Qainto patio. (RE 711.) 

Archdiocese of Saint Paul and 
Minneapolis. See 
Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Saint 
Paul and Minneapolis. 

Archibald, Rilliaa. 

the Innocents. (BE 8U.) 

Archie Coaic Publications, Inc. 
Archie's pal Jughead coaics. 
(BE 3-440.) 

Araand. See 

Araand, Gianni. 

Araand, Gianni. 

Dillo (se ai vuoi beo!) (BE 4-121.) 

Dillo (se ai vuoi ben!) (BE 4-122.) 

Dillo (se ai vuoi ben!) (BE 4-123.) 

Araitage, Bichard. 

Beginning Spanish: a cultural 
approach. (BE 814.) 

Arnaud, Leo. 

Silent night, holy night. (BE 3-265.) 

Arnaud, Marie- Antoinette Helene 
Hauricette. See 
Ayie, Harie- Antoinette Helene 
Hauricette Arnaud. 

Arne, Thomas Augustine, 1710-1888. 

Onder the greenwood tree. (BE 2-815.) 



Tiddle-oa-poa. (RE 1-284.) 
World can never be the saae. 
(BE 1-285.) 



Arnes, Lee J. 

The Pony express. 



(BE 234.) 



Arno, Patricia. 

It's a boy. (BE 964.) 

Arno, Peter. 

It's a boy. (RE 964.) 

Arnold, Elliot. 

Finlandia, the story of Sibelius. 
(RE 2-455.) 

Arnold, J. N. 

Problems in engineering drawing, 
abridged. (BE 2-122.) 

Arnold, Jay. 

Hodern fingering system. (BE 599.) 

Arnold, Mathilda Bade. 

Ace yoa a good neighbor? (BE 1-758.) 

Arnold Bakers, Inc. 

Arnold pumpernickel. (BE 2-755.) 

Art news Associates. 



Artnews. 
Artnews. 
Artnews. 
Artnews. 
Artnews. 
Artnews. 
Artnews. 
Artnews. 



(BE 491.) 

(RE 492.) 

(BE 493.) 

(BE 494.) 

(RE 495.) 

(BE 496.) 

(RE 498.) 

(RE 499.) 



Ashley, Drusilla. 
Heap good luck. 



(BE 319.) 



Asso, Raymond. 

Hy lost aelody. (BE 4-091.) 

Association for Beseacch 6 Enlig- 
htenment, Inc. 
A Seacch for God. (BE 3-460.) 



Atcheson, Tex. 

Sleepy-eyed John. 



(RE 2-296.) 



Atchison, Tex. 

Straighten out your troubles (with the 

Lord) (BE 2-311.) 
we're gonna go fishin' (next Saturday 

night) (BE 2-305.) 
Rhich way will you go? (BE 2-310.) 

Atlanta University. 
Phylon. (BE 1-255.) 
Phylon. (BE 3-613.) 



Atlantic Monthly Coapany. 

The Atlantic monthly. (RE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

The Atlantic aonthly. (BE 

The Atlantic monthly. (BE 

Auchinleck, Sir Claude. 
Bommel. (RE 4-051.) 



15.) 
16.) 
17.) 
18.) 
19.) 
20.) 
21.) 
22.) 
23.) 
24.) 
25.) 
26.) 



Ash, Peter. 

It aight be you. (BE 1-270.) 
Husic at midnight. (BE 1-282.) 
Hot so long ago. (BE 1-269.) 



Audley, Lady Sara. 

El Alaaein. (BE 3-509.) 
Alexander and Burma. (BE 3-489.) 
Auchinleck. (BE 3-499.) 
Australian anxieties. (BE 3-486.) 
Australia's refusal. (BE 3-491.) 
Change in command. (BE 3-510.) 
Chucchill and Ccipps. (BE 3-511.) 
Chucchill memoics. (BE 3-514.) 
The Coaaand in the Middle East. 

(BE 3-504.) 
Contributions by Rinston S. Churchill. 

(BE 3-482.) 
Convoys to Russia. (RE 3-500.) 
Darlan. (RE 3-516.) 
Debate in the Comaons. (BE 3-488.) 
Difficulties of invasion. (BE 3-497.) 
Doenitz ceplaces Baedec. (BE 3-501.) 
The Fall of Singapoce. (RE 3-487.) 
The Fall of the Dutch East Indies. 

(RE 3-490.) 
Gandhian non-coopecation. (BE 3-492.) 
Germany and Japan. (BE 3-503.) 
In Stalin's apartment. (BE 3-505.) 
In the Kremlin. (BE 3-506.) 
Lord Beaverbrook resigns. (BE 3-495.) 
Heeting with Stalin. (BE 3-507.) 
Ho promise for a "second front." 

(BE 3-49 8.) 
Beturn from Washington. (BE 3-502.) 
Roosevelt and India. (RE 3-508.) 
The Second world war. (RE 3-483.) 
Singapore. (RE 3-484.) 
Tobruk disappointed. (RE 3-493.) 
Tobruk loss tempered. (RE 3-494. ) 
Tunisian fighting. (RE 3-513.) 
The Turning of the hinge. (BE 3-515.) 
The 0-boat war. (RE 3-48 5.) 
A Visit to "Honty." (RE 3-512.) 
The Rar in the Aether. (RE 3-496.) 

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. 

Horthanger Abbey. (BE 1-121.) 

Austin, Billy. 

Let's have a heart to heart talk. 
(RE 3-175.) 

Austin, Brett, pseud. See 
Floren, Lee. 



Aveline, Claude, pseud. See 
Avitsine, Eugene. 

Avitsine, Eugene. 

L'Arbre tic-tac. (RE 2-862.) 

Ayer. 

A Church in Africa. (BE 3-078.) 
That all may read the Bible. 
(RE 3-077.) 

Ayme, Marcel. 

En arriere. (BE 2-546.) 

Ayme, Madame Bar eel. See 

Ayme, Hacie-Antoinette Helene 
Hauricette Arnaud. 

Ayme, Harie- Antoinette Helene Hauricette 
Arnaud. 
En arriere. (RE 2-546.) 

Aza, Joaguin. 

Si volviera a nacer. (BE 913.) 

Aza, Joaguin. See 

Aza Liceras, Joaquin. 

Aza Liceras, Joaquin. 

Si volviera a nacer. (RE 3-800.) 



Babcock, James C. 

Cuentos de aabos mundos. (RE 2-108.) 

Bach, J. S. See 

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. 

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. 
Alleluia! (0 sing with joy) 

(BE 2-173.) 
Glory to God. (RE 2-596.) 
Sinfonia. (BE 780.) 
Two pieces for four brass instruments. 

(BE 2-407.) 
Das Hohlteaperierte Klavier. 

(RE 3-663.) 

Bachelot, Hadame Hughes. See 
Bachelot, Hichele Prevert. 

Bachelot, Hichele Prevert. 
Des Betes. (BE 2-551.) 

Bachrach, Kalaan. 

Targilon. (BE 2-392.) 

Bacon, Leonard. 

The Lusiads of Luis DeCamoes. 
(BE 3-861.) 

Baehr, Nicholas E. 

The Palmer way. (RE 1-142.) 

Bagemihl, Frederick. 

Theory of sets. (BE 157.) 

Bailey, Alice Ann. 

Letters on occult meditation. 
(BE 2-977.) 

Bainbridge, Katharine. 

Don't take away my Jesus. (RE 4-243.) 

Baines, Rilliaa. 

Take Thou ay hand. (BE 1-891.) 

Bakeless, John. 

The Eyes of discovery. (BE 377.) 

Baker, Hargy. 

It's story time again. (BE 4-137.) 

Bakke, E. Right. 

Bonds of organization. (RE 3-223.) 

Bakke, Hary Sterling. 

Bonds of organization. (BE 3-223.) 



126 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



Baldsiefen, Albert. 

Die Bimmel-bammel-bummelbahn. 
(BE 3-611.) 

Baldwin, Faith, 1893-- 

Look out for Liza. (BE 1-156.) 

Ball, Robert. 

Charles Dickens' A Christmas carol. 
(RE 3-056.) 

Ball, Zachary. See 
Masters, Kelly R. 

Ballantine, Lesley Frost. 
Doom to bloom. (RE 1-159.) 

Ballard, James. 

But a little moment. (BE 1-785.) 

Ballenger, Josephine K. 

Soman's surgeon: the life story of J. 
Marion Sims. (RE 3-053.) 

Ballinger, Bill S. See 
Ballinger, William S. 

Ballinger, William S. 

Portrait in smoke. (BE 2-106.) 

Balsan, Francois. 

L'Etreinte du Kalahari. (BE 2-549.) 

Balsan, Madame Francois. See 
Balsan, Marie-Louise Gouin. 

Balsan, Marie-Louise Gouin. 

L'Etreinte du Kalahari. (BE 2-519.) 

Balseiro, Puchi. 

On Corazon que quiere. (RE 1-167.) 
Porgue adorarte asi. (BE 1-168.) 

Bancroft-Whitney Company. 

Advance California appellate reports. 

(BE 1-375.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-381.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-382.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-383.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(BE 1-381.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-567.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-568.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-571.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-572.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-573.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-579.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(BE 1-580.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-581.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(BE 1-582.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-586.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-587.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-588.) 
Advance California appellate reports. 

(RE 1-591.) 
Advance California reports. 

(BE 1-376.) 
Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-378.) 
Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-379.) 
Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-380.) 
Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-564.) 
Advance California reports. 

(BE 1-565.) 
Advance California reports. 

(BE 1-566.) 



Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-569.) 
Advance California reports. 

(BE 1-570.) 
Advance California reports. 

(BE 1-575.) 
Advance California reports. 

(BE 1-576.) 
Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-577.) 
Advance California reports. 

(BE 1-578.) 
Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-583.) 
Advance California reports. 

(BE 1-581.) 
Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-585.) 
Advance California reports. 

(RE 1-590.) 
American law reports. (BE 127.) 
American law reports. (BE 3-228.) 
American law reports. (RE 1-082.) 
American law reports annotated. 

(RE 1-167.) 
American law reports annotated. 

(BE 3-229.) 
American law reports annotated. 

(BE 1-083.) 
New California digest. (BE 1-373.) 
New California digest. (RE 1-374.) 
Permanent digest of American law 

reports annotated covering volumes 

1-175 ALB. (BE 215.) 
Permanent digest of American law 

reports annotated covering volumes 

1-175 ALB. (HE 1-169.) 
Beports of cases determined in the 

District Court of Appeals of the 

State of California. (BE 1-571.) 
Beports of cases determined in the 

District Courts of Appeal of the 

State of California. (RE 1-377.) 
Beports of cases determined in the 

District Courts of Appeal of the 

State of California. (BE 1-563.) 
Beports of cases determined in the 

District Courts of Appeal of the 

State of California. (BE 1-589.) 
Texas jurisprudence, ten-year 

supplement 6 31A (oil and gas) 

(BE 1-592.) 

Banjak, Stephan. 

All of a sudden. (BE 2-028.) 

Bank of America National Trust 6 Savings 
Association, Van Nuys, Calif. 
All American rainbow. (RE 112.) 
Tahiti, my island. (BE 113.) 



The Bank of New York. 

Christ and the children. 

Banks, Eleanor. 

Wandersong. (BE 830.) 



(BE 1-776.) 



Banks, Estelle V. McKinley. 

I am on the battle-field for my Lord. 
(HE 1-962.) 

Banks, Victor Paul. 

One way street. (BE 376. ) 

Baracha, Manuel. 

Alegria. (RE 1-198.) 

Baracha, Manuel, pseud. See 
Tringham, Bill. 

Barat, Jean-Claude. 

Celles gu'on prend dans ses bras. 
(BE 2-560.) 

Baxber, Edith M. 

Nutrition in health & disease. 
(BE 1-652.) 

Barber, Samuel. 

Concerto for violoncello and 

orchestra. (BE 2-829.) 
Second symphony. (BE 2-821.) 
Sonata for piano. (BE 2-817.) 



Barbette, Jay, pseud. See 
Spicer, Bart. 

Barclay, Bobert L. 

Symphony in one movement. (BE 2-590.) 

Barfield, Warren. 

1 got to go back again. (BE 1-669.) 

Barker, C. A. 

Biology activities. (BE 223.) 

Barker, Cicely. 

John the Baptist. (HE 3-085.) 

Barlow, Harold. 

I never knew I loved you (till I lost 
you) (HE 2-531.) 

Barlow, Perry. 

Does it always rain here. Mister Hoyt? 
(RE 1-878.) 

Barnes, Howard Ellington. 

The Comb and paper polka. (BE 3-702.) 
One wonderful morning. (RE 375.) 
The Yodelling ghost. (RE 2-702.) 

Barnett, Jack. 

Good-night, good-night, good-night. 
(RE 332.) 

Barnhart, Marjorie Ann. 

Yours till Niagara Falls. (BE 3-479.) 

Baron, Frank. 

Bishop's rock. (BE 658.) 

Baron, Vera Violet. 

Bishop's rock. (RE 658.) 

Barr, Stringfellow. 

Let's join the human race. (RE 1-732.) 

Barratt, Alfred. 

He will answer you. (RE 870.) 

Oh, praise Him! (RE 871.) 

The Savior's voice. (BE 876.) 

Barraud, Henry. 

L'Astrologue dans le puits. (BE 615.) 

Barreto, Marino. See 

Barreto Casanova, Jose Bernabe Marino. 

Barreto Casanova, Jose Bernabe Marino. 
Rapsodia flamenco cubana. (RE 1-197.) 

Barros, Baul De. 

Na gloria. (RE 1-119.) 

Barroso, Ary. 

Mar tambem conhece. (BE 1-192.) 
Na beira do cais. (BE 1-191.) 
Torch song. (BE 1-116.) 

Barroso, Ivonne Arantes. 

Mar tambem conhece. (RE 1-192.) 
Na beira do cais. (HE 1-191.) 

Barrows, Marjorie. 

Three little bunnies. (HE 2-799.) 

Barry, Dorothy F. 

Light of the world. (RE 916.) 
Oh, for a closer walk with God. 
(BE 917.) 

Bartholdy, Felix Mendelssohn-. See 
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy , Felix. 

Bartholomew, Dave. 
3x7=21. (HE 151.) 
Carnival day. (BE 281.) 
Detroit City blues. (BE 281.) 
Don't marry too soon. (BE 287.) 

1 walk in my sleep. (BE 156.) 
Little bee. (BE 153.) 

Barton, Betsey. 

Shadow of the bridge. (BE 1-871.) 

Barzun, Jacques. 

Berlioz and the romantic century. 
(RE 2-753.) 



1978 



NAME INDEX 



127 



Bas, Vicente Hari. See 
Mari Bas, Vicente. 

Basham, Lenard Edwin. See 
Barclay, Hobert L. 

Bashaa, Leonard Edwin. See 
Barclay, Robert L. 

Bass, Althea. 

The Thankful people. (RE 2-648.) 

Bass, Mrs. John Barvey. See 

Bass, Althea. 

Bass, Ralph. 

Hatch box blues. (RE 1-971.) 
Shindig. (RE 3-351.) 
Too late blues. (RE 3-350.) 
Turkey hop. (RE 3-326.) 

Batchelor, John H. 

Boogie Pete (and his fine boogie beat) 

(RE 956.) 
I just hearS the news. (RE 957.) 
If you're just half (of what I think 
you are) (RE 958.) 

Bates, Fred M. See 

Kriebel E Bates, Inc. 

Batson, George. 

The Terrible turners. (BE 2-536.) 

Battistella. 

Pinta brava. (RE 2-837.) 

Battistella. See 

Battistella, Mario. 

Battistella, Mario. 

Pinta brava. (RE 4-140.) 

Bauer, Barold. 

Four fugues. (RE 3-111.) 

Four marches. (RE 3-112.) 

Scherzo, gigue, roaanze and fughetta. 

(RE 3-121.) 
Seven pieces in f ughetta-form. 

(RE 3-110.) 
Studies after caprices by Paganini. 

(RE 3-117.) 

Bauer, W. w. 

Guidebook for the health and personal 
development. (RE 896.) 

Bauernschmidt, aarjorie. See 
Barnhart, Marjorie Ann. 

Baughan, Mrs. R. R. K. 

The Peacock. (RE 3-74 5.) 

Baum, Bernie. 

Tommy, the big torn turkey. (RE 4-073.) 

Baum, Edna Lucile. 

Ballet notebook. (RE 805.) 

Bausher, Mildred Jordan. 

Miracle in Brittany. (RE 726.) 

Baxter, Eddie. 

Boptical illusion. (BE 2-298.) 

Bayford, Dudley Escott. 

Guardian of the river. (BE 1-265.) 

Bayford, John A. 

Guardian of the river. (BE 1-265.) 

Bazin, Serve. 

La Sort du petit cheval. (RE 2-352.) 

Beach, Kay Marion. 

Clip, clip, clip. (BE 3-461.) 
Guess I was lucky. (BE 2-667.) 

Beam, Willie Lucille. 

Tell me how. (BE 3-318.) 



Beardsley, Richard King. 

Bibliographic materials in the 
Japanese language on Par Eastern 
archeology and ethnology. 
(RE 2-885.) 

Beardsley, Sunshine Clapp. 

(Don't say) she's a bad little girl. 
(RE 2-942.) 

Beattie. 

Chuck Gurnee's downfall. (BE 3-526.) 

Comanche raid. (BE 3-522.) 

The Great imitator. (RE 4-076.) 

Jane's best friend. (RE 3-531.) 

Bother Calhoun. (BE 4-078.) 

One man rule. (RE 3-523.) 

Two gold lockets. (BE 3-527.) 

The wandering cowpoke. (RE 3-528.) 

The Would-be outlaw. (RE 3-520.) 

Becher. 

Barnabas and John Hark waving goodbye 

to Paul. (RE 3-073.) 
Malachi asks for our best for God. 
(RE 3-070.) 

Bechn, Christine Morise. 

Napoleon en campagne. (BE 2-541.) 

Bechu, Claudine. See 

Cartier, Claudine Bechu. 

Bechu, Marcel. 

Napoleon en campagne. (RE 2-541.) 

Beck, Beatrix. 

One Mort irreguliere. (RE 2-841.) 

Beckley, John L. 

Let's sell. (BE 2-117.) 

Beecham, Sir Thomas, 1879-1961. 
Over the hills and far away. 
(BE 4-244.) 

Beers, Maryette. 

Pray for me. (RE 2-971.) 

See them drivers roll. (BE 2-970.) 

Beethoven, Ludwig Van, 1770-1827. 
Adagio. (BE 508.) 
Sonaten fuer Klavier und Violine. 

(BE 3-664.) 
Suite. (RE 2-402.) 

Bell, Leona Jessie. 

He's gone away. (RE 601.) 
Lollytoodum. (BE 602.) 

Bell, Leslie. 

He's gone away. (RE 601.) 
Lollytoodum. (RE 602.) 

Bell Publishing, a division of Crown 
Publishers, Inc. See 
Crown Publishers, Inc. Bell 
Publishing. 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

The Design of switching circuits for 

automatic control. (RE 3—178.) 
Notes on "System capacity and 

capability as determined by 

probability theory". (BE 3-673.) 
Notes on the design of switching 

circuits for automatic control. 

(RE 3-177.) 
Principles and applications of 

waveguide transmission. (BE 3-573.) 
Traveling-wave tubes. (BE 3-572.) 

Bemelmans, Ludwig. 

Contributions by Ludwig Bemelmans. 
(RE 3-395.) 

Bemelmans, Madeleine. 

Contributions by Ludwig Bemelmans. 
(BE 3-395.) 

Bemis, Samuel Flagg. 

A Diplomatic history of the Onited 
States. (BE 2-461.) 



Bengtson, Nels A. 

Fundamentals of economic geography. 
(BE 815.) 

Benjacob, Esther Sonia. See 

Guerin, Esther Sonia Benjacob. 

Benjamin, Bennie. 

My dear little girl of Theta Chi. 
(BE 53.) 

Benjamin, William. 

Booty Green. (BE 3-368.) 

Bennett, Howard Merrill. 

Watch those curtains, Leon. 
(RE 4-260.) 

Bennett, John. 

The Water babies. (RE 3-596.) 

Benoit, Pierre. 

Les Agriates. (BE 2-849.) 

Benson, Noel, pseud. See 
Wilson, Ira B. 

Benson, Winifred. 

I want you to know. (BE 3-279.) 

Benton, Hilda V., pseud. See 
VonBerge, Herman. 

Berdyaev, Nicolas. 

Nicolas Berdyaev's Dream and reality. 
(RE 3-062.) 

Berg, Jean Horton. 

The Jolly jumping man. (RE 2-925.) 
Three mice and a cat. (RE 2-926.) 

Berg, Wal, pseud. See 
Rosenberg, Voldemar. 

Berge, Herman Von. See 
VonBerge, Herman. 

Berge, Louis. 

'Neath the banner of the cross. 
(BE 923.) 

Berger, Theodor. 

Rondo ostinato. (RE 6 14.) 

Bergersen, Baldwin. 

The Innocents. (RE 84.) 

Berglund, Winifred V. 

Answers to even-numbered problems in 

Plane trigonometry. (RE 3-172.) 
Plane trigonometry. (BE 3-173.) 

Bergsma, William. 

Let true love among us be. (RE 558.) 

Berking, Willy. 

Weisst du, dass du schoen bist. 
(RE 3-847.) 

Berman, Art Harry. See 
Berman, Arthur Harry. 

Berman, Arthur. 

A Hundred million sweethearts can't be 
wrong. (BE 681.) 

Berman, Arthur Barry. 

Tommy, the big torn turkey. (BE 4-073.) 

Berman, Michael. 

Tommy, the big torn turkey. (BE 4-073.) 

Bermudez, Lucho. 

San Fernando. (BE 1-481.) 

Bernage, Berthe. 

Brigitte et les routes nouvelles. 
(BE 2-548.) 

Bernhardt, Irmingard. 

Im Lichte der Wahrheit. (BE 3-851.) 
Im Lichte der Wahrheit. (BE 3-852.) 



128 



Bernhardt, Oskar Ernst. 

In Lichte der Hahrheit. (RE 3-851.) 
Im Lichte der Hahrheit. (RE 3-852.) 

Bernstein, Dorothy L. 

Existence theorens in partial 

differential equations. (RE 117.) 

Bernstein, George. See 

Gruber, George Bernstein. 

Bernstein, Henri-Leon. 
Victor. (RE 2-868.) 

Bernstein, Leonard. 

The Age of anxiety. (RE 2-818.) 

Bernstein, Philip S. 

What the Jews believe. (RE 556.) 

Berthier, Alexandrine. 
Alio le ciel. (RE 910.) 
C'est ta fete maman. (RE 909.) 

Bertini, Omberto. 

Buonanotte mia Napoli. (RE 1-205.) 
Buonanotte mia Napoli. (RE 1-206.) 

Bertrand, Juliette. 

On Heros de notre temps. (HE 2-513.) 

Bertucci, Dorothy Diggle. 

Jesus, the very thought of Thee. 
(RE 2-132.) 

Besig, Ernest. 

Who Has when: a dictionary of 
contemporaries. (RE 3-278.) 

Bettelheim, Bruno. 

Dynamics of prejudice. (RE 208.) 

Bettina. See 

Ehrlich, Bettina. 

Betzner, Jack. 

Between two trees. (RE 1-693.) 
In old Vienna. (RE 1-671.) 
Just plain nuttin'. (HE 1-670.) 

Beuret, Albert. 

Leonard DeVinci. (RE 2-555.) 

Bevington, Helen. 

Christmas scene, Dublin. (RE 2-109.) 

Bianchi, Sally Ann. 
Alma mater. (RE 33.) 

Bickford, Hugh C. 

Successful tax practice. (RE 819.) 

Biddle, Charles Baker. 

Great big Moon. (RE 2-231.) 
Sad storm. (RE 2-230.) 
Tweep song. (RE 2-229.) 

Biddle, Charley Baker. See 
Biddle, Charles Baker. 



(RE 1-201.) 



Bie, Nils. 

Acki, icki, ocki, wacki. 

Bie, Nils, pseud. See 
Persson, Nils. 



Biggs, Howard. 

I'd rather be wrong. (RE 1-715.) 

Billboard Publications, Inc. 
American artist. (RE 3-009.) 
American artist. (RE 3-016.) 
American artist. (RE 3-023.) 
American artist. (RE 3-028.) 
Billboard. (RE 2-999. 
Billboard. (RE 3-000. 
Billboard. (RE 3-001.) 
Billboard. (RE 3-002. 
Billboard. (RE 3-001. J 
Billboard. (RE 3-005.] 
Billboard. (RE 3-006. 
Billboard. (RE 3-007. 
Billboard. (RE 3-008. 
Billboard. (RE 3-011.] 
Billboard. (RE 3-012. 





RENEWALS 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-013.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-015.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-017.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-0 18.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-019.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-021.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-022.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-021.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-025.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-026.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-029.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-030.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-031.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-032.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-031.) 


Billboard. 


(RE 


3-0 35.) 


Interiors. 


(RE 


3-003.) 


Interiors. 


(RE 


3-010.) 


Interiors. 


(RE 


3-011.) 


Interiors. 


(RE 


3-020.) 


Interiors. 


(RE 


3-027.) 


Interiors. 


(RE 


3-033.) 



JAN-JUN 



Binns, Archie. 

The Radio imp. (RE 2-777.) 

Biondolillo, Anthony. 

Anything can happen. (RE 2-915.) 

Bircsak, Thusnelda. 

Fields of grain. (RE 831.) 

Birkholz, Florence Wilson. 
God be merciful. (RE 1-897.) 

Birnbaum, Philip. 

Prayer book for Sabbath and festivals. 
(RE 361.) 

Bishop, Walter. 

Skyline. (RE 1-717.) 

Bissonette, Elizabeth C. 
Stingy. (RE 52.) 

Blacher, Boris. 

Romeo und Julia. (RE 610.) 

Blacher-Herzog, Gerty. 

Romeo und Julia. (RE 610.) 

Black, Barbara. 

Don't make a memory of me. (RE 657.) 

Black, Stanley. 

Theatre. (RE 131.) 

Blair, Hal. 

I wanna do something for Santa Claus. 
(RE 157.) 

Blake, William, 1757-1827. 
Daybreak. (RE 692.) 

Blakely, Gwendolyn Brooks. 

The Contemplation of suicide: the 
temptation of Timothy. (RE 2-221.) 

Blaick, Jacob. 

The King and the noble blacksnith. 
(RE 1-067.) 

Blanck, Rosamunde. 

The King and the noble blacksmith. 
(RE 1-067.) 

Blankenship, Lillian. 

Whisper waltz. (RE 1-016.) 

Blanton, Smiley. 

Faith is the answer. (RE 2-727.) 

Blenner-Hassett , Roland. 

A Study of the place-names in Lawman's 
Brut. (RE 2-000.) 

Bles (Geoffrey) Ltd. 

Nicolas Berdyaev's Dream and reality. 
(RE 3-062.) 

Bleuler, Eugen. 

Dementia praecox. (RE 331.) 

Blez, Juanito. 

La Bumba. (RE 2-131.) 



Blish, James. 

Bindlestiff. (HE 3-700.) 
Dies irae. (RE 3-701.) 

Blish, Judith L. 

Bindlestiff. (HE 3-700.) 
Dies irae. (RE 3-701.) 



Bliss, Arthur. 
The Olympians. 



(BE 3-766.) 



Bliss, Gertrude Hoffmann. 
The Olympians. (RE 3-766.) 

Bloch, Ernest. 

Concerto symphonique. (RE 2-271.) 
Scherzo fantasque. (RE 2-270.) 

Bloch, Ivan. 

Concerto symphonique. (RE 2-271.) 
Scherzo fantasque. (RE 2-270.) 

Blochman, Lawrence G. 

Diagnosis: homicide. (RE 219.) 
Rather cool for mayhem. (BE 221.) 

Blochman, Harguerite Haillard. 
Diagnosis: homicide. (RE 219.) 
Rather cool for mayhem. (RE 221.) 

Blodgett, Frank E. 

Weevil-cide, the dependable grain 
fumigant- (RE 3-176.) 

Blond, Georges. 

Convois vers I'D. R. S. S. (RE 2-856.) 

Bloom, Benjamin S. 

Problem solving processes of college 
students: an exploratory inves- 
tigation. (RE 2-873.) 

Bloom, Marty. 

One kind word. (RE 129.) 

Bloomer, Nancy Hazard VanNoman. 
Good cheer, my love. (RE 2-671.) 

Bloomfield, Arthur I. 

Capital imports and American balance 
of payments, 1931-1939. (RE 1-729.) 

Blossner, Ben. 

Love me. (RE 3-811.) 

Love, poets write about. (RE 3-836.) 

People under the skin. (RE 3-838.) 

Solitaire blues. (RE 3-810.) 

When I'm married to you. (RE 3-839.) 

When you ain't got a mate. (RE 3-837.) 

Blythe, LeGette. 

William Henry Belk: merchant of the 
South. (BE 321.) 

Board of Christian Education of the 

Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. 
See 
Presbyterian church in the 0. S. A. 
Board of Christian Education. 

Board of Christian Education of the 

United Presbyterian Church of North 
America. See 
Bnited Presbyterian Church of North 
America. Board of Christian 
Education. 

Board of christian Education, P C U S A. 
See 
Presbyterian Church in the D. S. A. 
Board of Christian Education. 

Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford 
Junior Oniversity. See 
Stanford Oniversity. Board of 
Trustees of the Leland Stanford 
Junior Oniversity. 



Boardman, Anne Cawley. 
Such love is seldom. 



(HE 1-057.) 



Boast, Warren Benefield. 
Principles of electric and 
circuits. (BE 808.) 



lagnetic 



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Bochner, Saloaon. 

Contributions to Fourier analysis. 
(RE 442.) 

Boggs, George T. 

'Leyen little helpless chillun, an* 
one po' pitiful wife. (RE 124. ) 

Bohm, Edwin H. 

Jessup-Redfield Law and practice in 

the Surrogates' Courts in the State 

of Hew York. (RE 217.) 
Jessup-Redfield Law and practice in 

the Surrogates' Courts in the State 

of New York. (RE 218.) 

Boissonnas, Edith. 

Demeures. (RE 2-510.) 

Soialil DeGobera, Rosa Haria. 
?iaa azul. (RE 2-835.) 

Bojalil Garza, Felipe. 
Vida azul. (RE 2-835.) 

Bolitho, Hilliam. 

Confessions of an English opium eater. 
(RE 3-805.) 

Boll, Eleanor S. 

Ritual in family living. (RE 1-514.) 

Bolstad, E. Belvin. 

The 9 O'clock Express. (RE 1-219.) 
Arrival at the inn. (RE 1-221.) 
Country lawn party. (RE 1-220.) 
School's out. (HE 1-218.) 
Shopping on Sain Street. (RE 1-217.) 
The Three alarmer. (RE 1-216.) 

Bolton, Guy. 

Bagyar melody. (RE 3-475.) 
The Shelley story. (RE 1-609.) 

Bonano, Sharkey. 

Candy baby. (RE 2-327.) 

Bonneau, Paul. 

Rapsodie pour piano et orchestra. 
(RE 4-132. ) 

Boose y 5 Hawkes, Inc. 

Ancliffe in the ballroom. (RE 515.) 
The Donovans. (RE 511.) 
The Donovans. (RE 512.) 
Linden lea. (RE 513.) 

Borbon, Alfredo Nunez De. See 
Nunez DeBorbon, Alfredo. 

Borel, Emile. 

Bethodes et probl ernes de la theorie 
Ses fonctions. (RE 2-842.) 

Borgazzi, Fabio. 

Ancora. (RE 1-726.) 

Boring, Edwin Garrigues. 

A History of experimental psychology. 
(RE 2-714.) 

Borodin, Alexander, 1833-1887. 

Fyrst Igor: Polov jetzkiske kvinders 
dans. (RE 1-827.) 

Borofsky, Samuel. 

Elementary theory of eguations. 
(RE 3-058.) 

Borrelli, Bill, Jr. 

There's a Christmas tree in heaven. 
(RE 3-853.) 

Bosley, Harold Augustus. 

A Firm faith for today. (RE 1-428.) 

Bosley, Bargaret H. 

A Firm faith for today. (RE 1-428.) 

Bossard, Janes Herbert Siward. 

Ritual in family . living. (RE 1-514.) 

Boulanger, Georges. 
Da capo. (RE 2-235.) 



Bourne Company. 

Bourne band book. (HE 2-675.) 
Brumbasken i bumba. (RE 3-945.) 
I'm confessin' (that I love you) 

(RE 3-943.) 
The Santa Claus lullaby. (RE 3-591.) 
Slippin' through my fingers. 

(RE 3-940.) 
Snow White fantasy. (RE 3-941.) 
There's a rainbow round my shoulder. 

(RE 3-944.) 
Truth ever higher ascends. (RE 3-942.) 

Bourne, Inc. 

Bourne band book. (RE 2-675.) 
Brumbasken i bumba. (RE 3-945.) 
I'm confessin' (that I love you) 

(RE 3-943.) 
Snow White fantasy. (RE 3-941.) 
There's a rainbow round my shoulder. 

(RE 3-944.) 
Truth ever higher ascends. (RE 3-942.) 

Bover, Isi Fabra. See 
Fabra Bover, Isi. 

Bowen, Elizabeth. 

Early stories. (BE 3-747.) 

Bowen, Terence. 

Bomen, like princes. (RE 3-600.) 

Bowers, Ann. 

The Infant Babe is resting. (RE 937.) 

Bowers, Ernest Bland. 

A Ban's cook book for outdoors and 
kitchen. (RE 4-255.) 

Bowker (R. E.) Company. 

Publishers weekly. (RE 1-031.) 
Publishers weekly. (RE 1-388.) 

Bowles, Chester. 

The Conscience of a liberal. 
(RE 2-687.) 

Bowles Busic House. 

Jesus walked the water. (RE 141.) 

Bowman, Jeanne. 

The Laughing heart. (RE 2-273.) 
fliss Smith's husband. (RE 2-274.) 

Boyce, Billiam. 

Tell me, lovely shepherd. (RE 2-350.) 

Bracke, Billiam B. 

Bheat country. (RE 2-773.) 

Bradley, Wallace E. 

August moon. (RE 1-323.) 
Charming one. (RE 1-324. ) 
When it's cherry blossom time in 
Cherry Valley. (RE 1-327.) 

Bradshaw, Byron C. 

Balk that mess. (RE 370.) 

Bradshaw, Tiny. See 
Bradshaw, Byron C. 

Brahms. See 

Brahms, Johannes, 1833-1897. 

Brahms, Johannes, 1833-1897. 
Rhapsody. (RE 2-244.) 

Bramhall, William. 

Sunshine polka. (RE 2-578.) 

Brandt, Eddie. 

Let's have a heart to heart talk. 
(RE 3-175.) 

Brant, Irving. 

James Badison. (RE 2-198.) 

Bratton, Carl. 

Night time. (RE 2-592.) 

Braun, Wilbur. 

Crime photographer. (RE 418.) 

Curiosity. (RE 421.) 

The Discontented cow. (RE 420.) 



Fresh as paint. (RE 1-111.) 

A Little bird told me. (BE 1-128.) 

Momma and Poppa Pitz. (RE 1-129.) 

Paddle your own canoe. (RE 1-139.) 

Smartypants. (HE 1-119.) 

Wake up and crow. (BE 1-615.) 

Zeke and Daisy. (BE 1-611.) 

Breen, Bay Singhi. See 

DeRose, Bay Singhi Breen. 

Breen, Thomas E. 

You can marry me. (BE 2-322.) 

Brenan, Gerald. 

The Face of Spain. (RE 1-107.) 

Brennan, Frederick Hazlitt. 

The Irish lullaby. (BE 2-456.) 

Brennan, James A. 

You're an angel in disguise. 

(RE 2-285.) 
You're my ecstasy. (RE 2-284.) 

Brent, Hal. 

Searching. (RE 3-312.) 

Brewer, Fred A. 

Creative broadcasting. (RE 3-765.) 

Brigada, A. 

Tacere. (BE 4-124.) 

Brigada, Angelo. 

Adesso basta. (RE 4-128.) 

Adesso basta. (RE 4-129.) 

Dillo (se mi vuoi ben!) (BE 4-121.) 

Dillo (se mi vuoi ben!) (BE 4-122.) 

Dillc (se mi vuoi ben!) (RE 4-123.) 

Son c'e. (HE 4-119.) 

Non c'e. (RE 4-120.) 

Brinig, Byron. 

Footsteps on the stair. (RE 3-743.) 

Brinton, Crane. 

Ideas and men: the story of Western 
thought. (RE 3-757.) 

Brisley. 

All creatures of our God and King. 

(RE 3-086.) 
The Christmas baby. (RE 3-082.) 

Brissaud, Pierre. 

Hadame Bovary. (RE 3-806.) 

Bristol, Stephen, pseud. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

Bristow, Hope, pseud. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

British Lion Film Productions, Ltd. 
Odette. (RE 1-042.) 

Brito, Ernesto R. Duarte. See 

Duarte Brito, Ernesto R. 

Britt, Elton. 

Lost and found blues. (RE 1-184.) 

Britten, Benjamin, 1913-1976. 
What the wild flowers tell me. 
(RE 505.) 

Britton, William Warren. 

Former Letterkenny homes. (RE 320.) 

Brock, Clara Enden. 

Story of the tobacco plains country. 
(RE 2-647.) 

Brock, Brs. Guy. See 
Brock, Clara Enden. 

Brockton, Lester, pseud. See 
Lake, Bayhem Lester. 

Broder, Lois J. 

Problem solving processes of college 
students: an exploratory inves- 
tigation. (RE 2-873.) 



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Brodsky, Roy. 

A Slip of the heart. (BE 761.) 

Bronner, Gerhard. See 
Bronner, Gerhardt. 

Bronner, Gerhardt. 

Die Bimmel-bammel-bumaelbahn. 

(HE 3-644. ) 
Henn vie uns einst wiedersehen. 

(RE 3-647.) 

Bronner, Rene. 

Follow close to Jesus. (BE 1-901.) 

Bronte, Charlotte, 18 16-1855. 
Jane Eyre. (RE 2-344.) 

Bronte, Emily Jane, 1818-1848. 
Wuthering heights. (BE 2-948.) 

Brooks, Aubrey Lee. 

The Papers of Halter Clark. 

(RE 2-374.) 
A Southern lawyer: fifty years at the 
bar. (RE 2-375.) 

Brooks, Gladys. 

New England: Indian summer. 
(BE 1-786.) 

Brooks, James Taylor. 

The Papers of Baiter Clark. 

(RE 2-374.) 
A Southern lawyer: fifty years at the 
bar. (BE 2-375.) 

Brooks, Rosie Paul. 

Traveling on. (BE 2-760.) 

Brooks, Thornton H. 

The Papers of Halter Clark. 

(BE 2-374.) 
A Southern lawyer: fifty years at the 
bar. (BE 2-375.) 

Brooks, Van Hyck. 

New England: Indian summer. 
(RE 1-786.) 

Brooks, Hilliam 0. 

Hodern chemistry. (BE 1-880.) 



Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 1-539.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(BE 1-540.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(BE 1-755.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(BE 1-772.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(BE 3-548.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 3-549.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(BE 3-550.) 

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861. 
How do I love thee? (RE 2-288.) 

Bruce, Robert. 

You let me down. (BE 1-251.) 

Brueckner, Leo J. 

Study guide for How to make arithmetic 
meaningful. (BE 2-626.) 

Bruegel, Pieter, the elder, ca. 1525- 
1569. 
The Fall of Icarus. (RE 1-003.) 
Harvest time. (BE 1-000.) 
The Peasant wedding. (RE 1-223.) 
The Wedding dance. (BE 1-222.) 
Winter. (BE 1-225.) 
Sinter in Flanders. (BE 1-224.) 

Brueghel, Peeter. See 

Bruegel, Pieter, the elder. 

Bruller, Jean. 

Plus du moins homme. (BE 2-854.) 
Les Yeux et la lumiere. (BE 2-545.) 

Brumley, Albert E. 

The Good old-time religion is free. 

(RE 986.) 
Only a prayer. (RE 985.) 

Brumley, Hrs., Albert E. 

The Good old-time religion is free. 

(BE 986.) 
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to 

you. (BE 1-295.) 
Only a prayer. (BE 985.) 



Buck, Bonald. 

You're everything I want to possess. 
(RE 2-286.) 

Bulla, Clyde Robert. 

Surprise for a cowboy. (BE 4-062.) 

Bunce, Frank. 

So young a body. (BE 3-795.) 

Bunch, Bita Breen. 

New ukulele method. (BE 1-751.) 

Bunn, Allen. 

Easy dyin' blues. (BE 1-993.) 
I got to go back again. (BE 1-669.) 
Lemon squeezer. (RE 1-974.) 
Lonely heart. (BE 1-973.) 

Burack, A. S. 

Christmas plays for young actors. 
(RE 2-518.) 

Burgan, John. 

Hartin Butterfield. (BE 3-746.) 

Burgan, Wanda. 

Martin Butterfield. (BE 3-746.) 

Burk, John K. 

Letters of Bichard Hagner. (BE 3-059.) 

Burke, T. Francis. 

March on! ye soldiers of the Lord. 
(RE 924.) 

Burnham, G. Champneys. 

Little Miss Muffet. (RE 3-598.) 

Burns, Arthur Frank. 

New facts on business cycles. 
(RE 2-184.) 

Burns, Jethro. See 
Burns, Kenneth. 
Burns, Kenneth C. 

Burns, Kenneth. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. (BE 1-017.) 

Burns, Kenneth C. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. (BE 4-048.) 



Brouillard, Andre. 

On Cadavre de trop dans le film. 
(BE 2-866.) 

Brower, Robert Hopkins. 

A Bibliography of Japanese dialects. 
(RE 2-884.) 

Browin, Frances Hilliams. 

Woman's surgeon: the life story of J. 
Marion Sims. (BE 3-053.) 

Brown , George. 

Hho kicked the light plug (out of the 
socket) ? (BE 3-680. ) 

Brown, George B. 

Way, way out in left field. 
(BE 1-816.) 

Brown, Jefferson. 

Lord, I need Thee. (BE 1-977.) 

Brown, Lew. 

On the outgoing tide. (RE 993.) 
On the outgoing tide. (RE 1-315.) 

Brown, Margaret Wise. 

The Dark wood of the golden birds. 

(RE 2-769.) 
The Peppermint family. (RE 2-767.) 
The Quiet noisy book. (BE 2-768.) 

Brown, Spencer Curtis. 

Early stories. (BE 3-747.) 

Brown, Stuart M., Jr. 

Five sermons. (BE 2-20 5.) 

Browne, Harold Earl. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 
(BE 1-537.) 



Brumley, Albert Edward. 

Blessed assurance. (RE 1-294.) 
Living praise. (BE 1-296.) 
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to 
you. (BE 1-295.) 

Brunner, A. H. 

Back alley blues. (BE 1-687.) 

Bopland. (BE 1-986.) 

Tell Jesus all. (BE 3-348.) 

When I wake up in glory. (RE 3-349.) 

Brunswik, Else Frankel-. See 
Frankel-Brunswik, Else. 

Bryant, Boudleaux. 

I'll nevermore be shackled in a fool's 

paradise. (BE 1-019.) 
I'm little, but I'm loud. (RE 1-024.) 
Mister Big. (RE 1-011.) 

Bryant, Jimmie. 

Bryant's boogie. (BE 2-758.) 
Tailor-made woman. (BE 2-316.) 

Brydson, John. 

Leaves from a garden of verses. 
(BE 1-264.) 

Buchanan, Larry. 

I'm tired of playin' second fiddle to 
a steel guitar. (BE 2-309.) 

Buck, Carol. 

The Child who never grew. (BE 959.) 

Buck, Pearl S. , 1892-1973. 

The Child who never grew. (BE 959.) 

Buck, Philip W. 

The Governments of foreign powers. 
(BE 3-046.) 



Burns, Margaret Buegg. 

Reports of cases determined in the 
District Courts of Appeal of the 
State of California. (BE 1-589.) 

Burns, Bobert Thomas. 

The Perfect invader. (RE 483.) 

Burroughs, Fred N. 

Making mathematics work. (RE 4-069.) 

Burroughs, Lisle. 

Hail! the retreads. (BE 3-624.) 

Busby, Robert. 

Brumas patrol. (RE 2-967.) 

Buskirk, Harold. 

Shy baby. (RE 1-021.) 

Busoni, Rafaello. 

All around America. (BE 1-935.) 

His name was Jesus. (RE 2-798.) 

Knight of Florence. (RE 235.) 

Butler, Carl. 

The White rose. (RE 1-014.) 

Butler, J. A. V. 

Han is a microcosm. (BE 3-066.) 

Butler, Joseph. 

Five sermons. (BE 2-205.) 

Butler, Roy. 

Hot rod. (RE 2-300.) 

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902. 

The Hay of all flesh. (RE 1-152.) 



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7.) 

<».) 



5-) 



Buurma, Marguerite K. 

If ever you should change your mind. 

(HE 2-163.) 
I*i bound for Ireland. (EE 2-162.) 

Byles, Blanche Douglas. 
As we pray. (EE 1-903.) 
I walk with God. (EE 1-895.) 
within His sanctuary. (BE 1-882.) 

Byron, George Gordon Noel Byron, Baron, 
1788-1824. 
She walks in beauty. (EE 3-772.) 



C-, H-, pseud. See 
Ellcan, Henri. 

CBS, Inc. CBS Publications. 

2 detective mystery novels magazine 

(BE 3-996.) 
2 detective mystery novels magazine 

(HE 3-998.) 
2 detective mystery novels magazine 

(RE 4-002.) 
2 detective mystery novels magazine 

(HE 4-009.) 
5 detective novels magazine. 

(RE 3-993.) 
5 western novels magazine. (HE 3-98 
5 western novels magazine. (RE 3-99 
Black book detective. (RE 2-601.) 
Black book detective. (RE 3-991.) 
Exciting love. (RE 3-976.) 
Exciting love. (RE 3-978.) 
Exciting love. (RE 3-980.) 
Exciting love. (RE 3-983.) 
Fantastic story quarterly. (RE 3-98 
G-men detective. (HE 3-992.) 
Giant detective. (RE 3-988.) 
Hopalong Cassidy's western magazine 

(RE 3-984.) 
Masked rider western. (BE 3-982.) 
Basked rider western. (RE 3-990.) 
The Phantom detective. (EE 3-986.) 
Popular love. (RE 3-977.) 
Popular love. (RE 3-979.) 
Popular love. (RE 3-981.) 
Popular love. (RE 3-989.) 
Ranch romances. (RE 3-960.) 
Ranch romances. (RE 3-961.) 
Ranch romances. (RE 3-965.) 
Ranch romances. (RE 3-966.) 
Ranch romances. (RE 3-967.) 
Ranch romances. (RE 3-968.) 
Ranch romances. (EE 3-973.) 
Ranch romances. (RE 3-971.) 
Range riders western. (RE 3-9 59.) 
Range riders western. (RE 3-964.) 
Range riders western. (RE 3-971.) 
The Rio Kid western. (RE 3-962.) 
The Eio Kid western. (BE 3-970.) 
Bodeo romances. (EE 3-957.) 
Bodeo romances. (RE 3-958.) 
Startling stories. (RE 3-963.) 
Startling stories. (RE 3-969.) 
Texas Bangers. (BE 3-955.) 
Texas Bangers. (BE 4-003.) 
Texas Bangers. (RE 4-006.) 
Texas Bangers. (EE 4-007.) 
Texas Bangers. (EE 4-010.) 
Thrilling ranch stories. (EE 3-954. 
Thrilling ranch stories. (BE 3-997. 
Thrilling ranch stories. (BE 4-000. 
Thrilling ranch stories. (BE 4-004. 
Thrilling western. (BE 3-995.) 
Thrilling western. (BE 3-999.) 
Thrilling western. (BE 4-001.) 
Thrilling western. (BE 4-005.) 
Thrilling western. (BE 4-008.) 
Thrilling wonder stories. (EE 2-603 
Thrilling wonder stories. (EE 3-972 
Top western fiction annual. 

(BE 3-956.) 
Western rodeo romances. (EE 2-602.) 
Western rodeo romances. (EE 3-975.) 



CBS Publications, the consumer 

publishing division of C B S, Inc. 
See 
CBS, Inc. CBS Publications. 



Cady, Jerome. 

Cry danger. (RE 1-536.) 

Caesar, Irving. 

Now that you know. (BE 1-750.) 

Cafuentes, Carlos Crespo. See 
Crespo Cafuentes, Carlos. 

Cahn, Sammy. 

Just in case we have to say goodbye 

again. (BE 2-529.) 
Keep a-lookin* straight ahead. 

(BE 2-029.) 
(Bed, white and blue) keep a-lookin' 

straight ahead. (BE 2-289.) 

Caillois, Boger. 

Description du Marxisne. (BE 2-569.) 

Cain, James M. 

Baby in the icebox. (EE 468.) 
Jealous woman. (BE 467.) 
Jealous woman. (RE 469.) 

Cain, Noble. 

Prayer. (RE 1-387.) 

Cairo, Pablo. 

Rumba rica. (RE 915.) 

Calderon, Albert P. 

Contributions to Fourier analysis. 
(BE 442.) 

Caldwell, John. 

His eye is on the sparrow. (RE 156.) 

Caldwell, Taylor, pseud., 1900-. 
The Balance wheel. (RE 4-103.) 
The Balance wheel. (RE 4-104.) 
The Balance wheel. (RE 4-105.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. 
Exchange orange drink. (RE 2-165.) 

Calisher, Hortense. 
Heartburn. (RE 318.) 

Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. 

On God and political duty. (BE 2-206.) 

Calvin, John. See 

Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564. 

Camacho, Bertha. 

Calle de San Juan. (EE 1-510.) 

Cameron, Phyllis Low. 

Mental health through will-training. 

(EE 357.) 

Eecovery news. (RE 3-441.) 

Recovery news. (RE 3-442.) 

Recovery news. (BE 3-443.) 

Eecovery news. (BE 3-444.) 

Eecovery news. (BE 3-445.) 

Eecovery news. (BE 3-446.) 

Becovery news. (RE 3-447.) 

Recovery news. (RE 3-911.) 

Camoes, Luis De. 

The Lusiads of Luis DeCamoes. 
(RE 3-861.) 

Campbell, George H., Jr. 
Deadly weapon. (RE 3-459.) 
Why should I care? (BE 3-458.) 

Campbell, George Hubbard, Jr. 

If you come back to me. (BE 3-454.) 
The Last dance. (BE 3-455.) 
Boses for the living. (BE 3-457.) 
The leather. (BE 3-453.) 

Campbell, Jeanne Bosilda Longval. 

Everything will happen for the best. 

(BE 2-739.) 
Jeanne. (BE 2-737.) 
Nobody loves me. (BE 2-738.) 
Tou'll never know how much I care. 

(BE 2-740.) 

Campbell, Joseph. 

The Old woman. (BE 3-113.) 



Campbell, Marjorie Wilkins. 
The Saskatchewan. (BE 2-450.) 

Campbell, Sam. 

Moose country. (EE 2-196.) 

Campo, Rodolfo Del. 

Quisiera saber. (RE 1-796.) 

Cane, Melville H. 

World so wide. (RE 2-353.) 

Canfield, Leon H. 

The Making of modern America. 
(RE 4-072.) 

Cannon, Katharine M. 

Carol of the questioning child. 
(EE 4-237.) 

Caplan, Isadore. 

What the wild flowers tell me. 
(RE 505.) 

Capote, Truman. 

A House in Sicily. (RE 3-605.) 

Carbo Menendez, Jose. 

Esto es felicidad. (RE 720.) 

Esto es felicidad. (RE 721.) 

Esto es felicidad. (RE 722.) 

Carcamo, Eduardo Rodriguez. See 
Rodriguez Carcamo, Eduardo. 

Cardenas, Eugenio. 

Negrita, queres cafe. (RE 908.) 
Negrita, gueres cafe. (RE 4-141.) 

Cardenas, Felix. 

Dona chencha y puntillon. (BE 1-801.) 

Care, Balph. 

A Penny a kiss, a penny a hug. 

(BE 600.) 
A Penny a kiss, a penny a hug. 
(BE 3-389.) 

Carissimi. 

Suite on choral works. (BE 2-409.) 

Carleton, Bob. 

I love the Lord. (RE 3-588.) 

Carlisle, Bill. 

Blue tomorrow. (EE 3-590.) 

Carlisle, C. Anthony. 

Good for nothin 1 blues. (RE 3-313.) 

Carls, Norman. 

Living with neighbors around the 
world. (RE 2-625.) 

Carlson, Maurice Arthur. 

Ideas for young people's parties. 
(RE 2-707.) 

Carlson, Sig. See 
Carlson, Sigrid. 

Carlson, Sigrid. 

The Montana waltz. (EE 3-183.) 

Carnation Company. 

Advertising mat and layout service for 
retail grocers 6 food merchants. 
(RE 1-760.) 

Carneiro DeCarvalho, Fernando. See 
Carvalho, Fernando Carneiro De. 

Car on, Menita. 

Lamento del desierto. (RE 1-469.) 

Carr, Edward Hallett. 

The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923. 
(RE 3-064.) 

Carr, Leah M. 

Delinquency control. (EE 810.) 

Carr, Lowell Juilliard. 

Delinquency control. (RE 810.) 



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JAN-JUN 



Carr, Michael. 

Here comes Charleston. (BE 3-665.) 

Carrasco, Luis Arcaraz. See 
Arcaraz Carrasco, Luis. 

Carrel, Alexis, 1873-1944. 

Reflexions sur la conduite de la vie. 
(RE 2-552.) 

Carrington, Otis M. 

Lead me all the way. (BE 869.) 

Carroll, Gladys Hasty. 

Christmas without Johnny. (BE 2-878.) 

Carroll, John. 

Just to see you smile again. 
(RE 1-672.) 

Carson, Dick, pseud. See 
Richard C. Galensky. 

Carson, Ken. 

My San Fernando Rose. (BE 2-410. ) 
Teardrops on the roses. (RE 848.) 

Carson, Rachel L. 

The Birth of an island. (RE 3-668.) 

Cartan, Elie. 

Cahiers scientif igues. (BE 2-553.) 

Cartan, Henri. 

Cahiers scientif igues. (RE 2-553.) 

Carter, Arlie A. 

Honk your horn. (RE 458.) 

Carter, Benny. 

I'd rather be a rooster. (BE 2-576.) 
I'm gonna rock ('til my rocker breaks 
down) (BE 2-579.) 

Carter, Bernice. 

Evil hearted woman. (BE 450.) 

Carter, Conrad. 

Follow thou Me. (BE 1-1*5.) 
Little Miss Muffet. (EE 3-598.) 
Puss in Boots. (RE 1-134. ) 

Carter, June. 

Bashful rascal. (BE 1-012.) 

Carter, Kay G. See 
Beach, Kay Marion. 

Carter, N. B. 

Follow thou He. (RE 1-115.) 
Puss in Boots. (BE 1-134.) 

Cartier, Claudine Bechu. 

Napoleon en campagne. (BE 2-541.) 

Carvalho, Ana Paula Rosa De. 
Esto es el fado. (HE 4-139.) 

Carvalho, Antonio Sergio Bosa De. 
Esto es el fado. (RE 4-139.) 

Carvalho, Fernando. 

Esto es el fado. (RE 3-802.) 

Carvalho, Fernando Carneiro De. 
Esto es el fado. (RE 4-139.) 

Carvalho, Modesto Rosa De. 
Esto es el fado. (RE 4-139.) 

Cary, Falkland L. 

Bed of roses. (BE 201.) 

Caryll, David. 

Festival of Britain waltz. (BE 1-290.) 
The Gainsborough glide. (BE 1-274.) 

Caryll, J. 

Festival of Britain waltz. (BE 1-290.) 
The Gainsborough glide. (RE 1-274.) 

Casanova, Jose Bernabe Marino Barreto. 
See 
Barreto Casanova, Jose Bernabe Marino. 



Casanovas, Conrado Giral. See 
Giral Casanovas, Conrado. 

Casella, Alfredo. 

First movement of Symphony in D. 
(BE 1-853.) 

Casey, Francis Michael. 

The Boston O'Tooles. (BE 205.) 
The End o* yer days. (RE 1-110.) 

Casey, Bobert J. 

The Guide. (BE 2-203.) 
The Texas border and some border- 
liners. (BE 2-202.) 

Caskey, John L. 
Troy. (BE 116.) 

Caskey, Buth a. 

Accept our gifts. (EE 3-253.) 

Cason, James. 

Laboratory text in organic chemistry. 
(BE 2-718.) 

Cassal, Lys. 

Hy chick. (BE 424.) 
My present. (BE 423.) 
My rabbit. (RE 425.) 
My stocking. (RE 422.) 

Cassel, Irwin M. 

Double the trouble. (BE 1-754.) 

Cassel, Marwin S. 

Double the trouble. (BE 1-754.) 

Cassell, Irwin H. See 
Cassel, Irwin M. 

Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Clara. 
Naomi and Ruth. (EE 798.) 

Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario. 
Naomi and Euth. (BE 798.) 

Castle, Jane. 

The Story of Irving Berlin. 
(EE 2-457.) 

Castle, Margery Sharp. 

The Foolish gentlewoman. (EE 1-141.) 

Caswall, Edward. 

Jesus, the very thought of Thee. 
(BE 2-132.) 

Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Saint 
Paul and Minneapolis. 
King-Doctor of Olithi. (BE 3-052.) 

Catts, Frances Austin. 

I love only you and forever. 

(BE 3-586.) 
The Hoon and I. (EE 3-587.) 
A Most melodious day. (EE 3-583.) 
My little new electric train. 

(EE 3-585.) 
There's a fresh breeze blowin* out in 

Texas. (EE 3-584.) 

Caurroy, Du. See 
DuCaurroy. 

Cavanah, Frances. 

Twenty four horses. (BE 2-797.) 

Cavanaugh, Charles B. 

Where are you going after the parade? 
(BE 1-450.) 

Cavanaugh, James. 

Where are you going after the parade? 
(EE 1-450.) 

Cavanaugh, William J. 

Where are you going after the parade? 
(EE 1-450.) 

Cazares, Luis. 

La Nicolasa. (BE 693.) 
La Nicolasa. (BE 694.) 



Central Queens Electric Supply 
Corporation. 
Appliance C housewares catalog, 
1950-1951. (EE 3-919.) 

Certner, Simon. 

Short stories for our times. 
(BE 2-107.) 

Chais, Pamela. 

The Moon is blue. (RE 636.) 

Chaloff, Serge. 

Pumpernickel. (BE 3-329.) 
Serge's urge. (BE 3-328.) 

Chamberlain, Narcissa. 

North of Manhattan: persons and places 

of old Westchester. (BE 1-242.) 
Salem interiors: two centuries of New 
England taste and decoration. 
(BE 1-243.) 

Chamberlain, Narcissa G. 

Princeton in spring. (BE 2-241.) 

Chamberlain, Samuel. 

North of Manhattan: persons and places 

of old Westchester. (RE 1-242.) 
Princeton in spring. (EE 2-24 1.) 
Salem interiors: two centuries of New 

England taste and decoration. 

(RE 1-243.) 



Chankin, Sidney. 

Chick, chick, chicken. 



(EE 34.) 



Chapel, Charles Edward. 

Simplified pistol and revolver 

shooting. (EE 635.) 
Simplified rifle shooting. (BE 634.) 

Chapel, Dorothy M. 

Simplified pistol and revolver 

shooting. (BE 635.) 
Simplified rifle shooting. (RE 634.) 

Chappell & Company, Inc. 

Among my souvenirs. (BE 519.) 
Brush up your Shakespeare. (BE 520.) 
Feudin' and fightin'. (BE 655.) 
I played fiddle for the Czar. 

(BE 521.) 
In the still of the night. (EE 518.) 
Let's not talk about love. (BE 654.) 
One love for two. (EE 140.) 
She came roll in' down the mountain. 

(BE 522.) 
The Stately homes of England. 

(BE 523.) 

Chappell S Company, Ltd. 

Starlight roof waltz. (BE 656.) 

Charles, Dick. 

This is my song. (BE 336.) 

Charles, Hoie. 

Murder at the vicarage. (EE 3-592.) 
Bandom harvest. (BE 3-593.) 

Charlo. 

Pinta brava. (BE 4-140.) 

Charlo, pseud. See 

Perez DeLaBiestra, Carlos. 

Chase, Alston Hurd. 

The Iliad. (EE 1-441.) 

Chase, James Hadley. 

Les Bouchees doubles. (BE 2-566.) 

Chavez, Carlos. 

Sinfonia India. (BE 4-236.) 

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich, 1860-1904. 
The Seagull. (EE 1-359.) 

Cherry, Hugh. 

Mister Big. (EE 1-011.) 

Cherubini. See 

Cherubini, Luigi, 1760-1842. 



1978 



cherubini, L. See 
Cherubini, Luigi. 

Cherubini, Luigi, 1760-1842. 

The Portuguese Inn. (BE 2-408.) 
Suite on choral works. (RE 2-409.) 



Chester, Bob. 
Henpecked Joe. 



(BE 687.) 



Chester, Giraud. 

Radio and television. (RE 889.) 



Cheye 

Int 

( 

Int 

( 
Int 

( 
Int 

( 

Int 

( 

Int 

( 

Int 
( 

Int 
( 

Int 
( 



tte, Irvi 
ermediate 
BE 669.) 
ermediate 
RE 670.) 
ermediate 
BE 671.) 
ermediate 
RE 672.) 
ermediate 
BE 673.) 
ermediate 
BE 674.) 
ermediate 
BE 675.) 
ermediate 
BE 676.) 
ermediate 
BE 677.) 



ng. 
band 

band 

band 

band 

band 

band 

band 

band 

band 



musicianship, 
musicianship, 
musicianship, 
musicianship, 
musicianship, 
musicianship, 
musicianship, 
musicianship, 
musicianship. 



Chicago Tribune. See 

Chicago Tribune Company. 



Chicago Tribune 


Company. 






Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


379.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


380.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


38 2.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


383.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


384.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


385.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


386.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


388.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


389.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


390.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


391.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


392.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


393.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


39 4.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


395.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


396.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


399.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


400.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


401.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


402.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


403.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


404.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


405.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


406.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-046.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-048.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-049.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-050.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-051.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-052.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-053.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-055.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-056.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-057.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-058.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-059.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-060.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-062.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-063.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-064.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-065.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-066.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-067.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-069.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-070.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-071.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-072.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-073.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-074.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-076.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-077.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 


1-078.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-079.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-080.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-081.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-082.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-084.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 


1-085.) 





NAME INDEX 




Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-087.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-088.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-089.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-090.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 1-091.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(HE 1-092.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 1-093.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 1-094.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 1-095. ) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-096.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 1-099.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 1-100.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(HE 1-101.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(BE 1-102.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-103. ) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-104.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-105.) 


Chicago 


daily 


tribune. 


(RE 1-106.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(RE 381.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(BE 387.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(RE 397.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(BE 398.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(BE 1-047.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(BE 1-054.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(BE 1-061.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(BE 1-068.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(RE 1-075.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(BE 1-083.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(RE 1-086.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(RE 1-097.) 


Chicago 


Sunday 


tribune. 


(BE 1-098.) 



Childe, Bobert S. 

Kerry swing. (BE 2-167.) 

Children's Press Division, Regensteiner 

Publishing Enterprises, Inc. See 

Regensteiner Publishing Enterprises, 

Inc. Children's Press Division. 

Childs, Arney Robinson. 

Bason Smith family letters, 1860-1868. 
(RE 1-739.) 

Childs, Kingsley. 

Now hear this! (HE 3-589.) 

Chopin, Frederic, 18 10-1849. 
Etude. (RE 3-114.) 
Etude. (RE 3-115.) 
Etude. (HE 3-116.) 

Chopin, Frederick. See 
Chopin, Frederic. 

Christian Science Publishing Society. 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(BE 54.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(RE 55.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(RE 56.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(RE 57.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(HE 58.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(RE 59.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(RE 60.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(RE 61.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(HE 62.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(BE 63.) 
The Christian Science monitor. 

(BE 64.) 
The Herald of Christian Science. 

(RE 65.) 
The Herald of Christian Science. 

(BE 66.) 

Christie, Agatha, 1891-1976. 

Murder at the vicarage. (BE 3-592.) 

Christie, Boger. 

The Birth of an island. (RE 3-668.) 

Christopher Novelties. 

The Christopher Straw story. (HE 362.) 

Churchill, Frank. 

Snow White fantasy. (HE 3-941.) 



133 



Churchill, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer, 

1874-1965. 
El Alamein. (HE 3-509.) 
Alexander and Burma. (RE 3-489.) 
Auchinleck. (BE 3-499.) 
Australian anxieties. (BE 3-486.) 
Australia's refusal. (BE 3-491.) 
Change in command. (BE 3-510.) 
Churchill and Cripps. (BE 3-511.) 
Churchill memoirs. (BE 3-514.) 
The Command in the Middle East. 

(RE 3-504.) 
Contributions by Winston S. Churchill. 

(RE 3-482.) 
Convoys to Russia. (RE 3-500. ) 
Darlan. (BE 3-516.) 
Debate in the Commons. (HE 3-488.) 
Difficulties of invasion. (BE 3-497.) 
Doenitz replaces Haeder. (BE 3-50 1.) 
The Fall of Singapore. (BE 3-487.) 
The Fall of the Dutch East Indies. 

(BE 3-490.) 
Gandhian non-cooperation. (RE 3-492.) 
Germany and Japan. (RE 3-503.) 
In Stalin's apartment. (RE 3-505.) 
In the Kremlin. (RE 3-506.) 
Lord Beaverbrook resigns. (HE 3-495.) 
Meeting with Stalin. (RE 3-507.) 
No promise for a "second front." 

(BE 3-498.) 
Return from Washington. (RE 3-502.) 
Roosevelt and India. (RE 3-508.) 
The Second world war. (RE 3-483.) 
Singapore. (RE 3-484.) 
Tobruk disappointed. (RE 3-493.) 
Tobruk loss tempered. (BE 3-494.) 
Tunisian fighting. (BE 3-513.) 
The Turning of the hinge. (BE 3-515.) 
The 0-boat war. (BE 3-485.) 
A Visit to "Monty." (BE 3-512.) 
The War in the Aether. (RE 3-496.) 

Ciba-Geigy Corporation. 

Anatomy of the spine. (RE 2-609.) 
Ciba clinical symposia. (RE 2-613.) 
symposia. 



Ciba clinical symposia. (RE 2-614.) 
Ciba clinical symposia. (RE 2-616.) 
Ciba clinical symposia. (RE 2-617.) 
Ciba clinical symposia. (RE 2-618.) 
Ciba symposia. (RE 2-612.) 
Ciba symposia. (RE 2-615.) 
Clinical symposia. (RE 2-611.) 
Functional neuro-anatomy. (BE 2-6 10.) 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc. 
Anatomy of the spine. (RE 2-609.) 
Functional neuro-anatomy. (RE 2-610.) 

Ciglioni, Armando. 

Lasciami sognar. (BE 3-798.) 

Cilea, Francesco. 

Dolce amor di povertade. (BE 1-849.) 

Cilea, Bose Laverello. 

Dolce amor di povertade. (BE 1-849.) 

Cipriani, Frank. 

Darn my imagination. (BE 2-973.) 

Claire, Phyllis. 

The Petite waltz. (BE 374.) 

Clapp, Bleyer. 

(Don't say) she's a bad little girl. 
(BE 2-942.) 

Clapp, Gladys. 

(Don't say) she's a bad little girl. 
(BE 2-942.) 

Clapp, Sunny. 

(Don't say) she's a bad little girl. 
(HE 2-942.) 

Clare, Helen F. 

Chick, chick, chicken. (BE 34.) 

I didn't expect it from you. (BE 35.) 

Clare, Sidney. 

Chick, chick, chicken. (BE 34.) 

I didn't expect it from you. (BE 35.) 

Clark, Christopher Thompson, Jr. 
Good is for angels. (BE 4-056.) 



1 3 U 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



Clark, Frances. 

I betcha I getcha. (RE 278.) 

Clark, John D. 

Preble's boys. (HE 378.) 

Clark, Katherine Phillips. 

The Smart little mouse. (BE 2-800.) 

Clark, Mark H. 

Calculated risk. (BE 1-426.) 



Codesal, Pablo Diaz. See 
Diaz Codesal, Pablo. 

Cody, Al, pseud. See 
Joscelyn, Archie. 

Coe, Lloyd. 

Bestless Johnny. (BE 4-060.) 

Coelho, Mariza P. , pseud. See 
Costa, Mariza DeBezende. 



Atom Han versus Superman. (BE 865.) 
Bungled bungalow. (BE 1-595.) 
Champion jumpers. (BE 1-600.) 
China doll. (BE 1-599.) 
The Plying missile. (BE 1-596.) 
Pirates of the high seas. (BE 1-593.) 
Pirates of the high seas. (BE 1-594.) 
Beno's Silver Spurs awards. 

(BE 1-598.) 
Stage to Tucson. (BE 1-597.) 
State secret. (BE 1-035.) 



Clark, Robert E. 

Today is mine. (HE 809.) 

Clark, Thomas Curtis. 

Today is mine. (BE 809.) 

Clark, Halter. 

The Papers of Halter Clark. 
(BE 2-374.) 

Clark Publishing Company. 
Fate. (RE 67.) 

Clarke, Marty. 

An Old fashioned hayride. (BE 2-976.) 

Clarke, Nancy. 

Sleepy Moon. (BE 2-137.) 

Clarke, Halter E. 

Follow close to Jesus. (BE 1-901.) 
The Picture of Jesus. (BE 109.) 

Claudel, Paul. 

Poesie. (RE 2-864.) 

One Voix sur Israel. (BE 2-528.) 



Cog an, Stan. 

Searching. (BE 3-312.) 

Cohen, Al. 

Stan's mood. (RE 3-341.) 

Cohen, Eta. 

The Second year violin method. 
(BE 3-777.) 

Cohen, Leon J. 

Say it in French. (RE 1-779.) 
Say it in German. (BE 1-781.) 
Say it in Italian. (BE 1-780.) 

Coke, Peter. 

Good night and goodbye. (BE 564.) 

Colclough, Mildred. 

I will wait.. (BE 1-673.) 

Cole, Nat, 1919-1965. 

My mother told me. (BE 11.) 

Cole, Nat King. See 
Cole, Nat. 



Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. 
Bungled bungalow. (BE 1-595.) 
Champion jumpers. (BE 1-600.) 
China doll. (BE 1-599.) 
The Flying missile. (BE 1-596.) 
Pirates of the high seas. (BE 1-593.) 
Pirates of the high seas. (BE 1-594.) 
Beno's Silver Spurs awards. 

(BE 1-598.) 
Stage to Tucson. (RE 1-597.) 

Comfort, Alex. 

Sexual behavior in society. 
(RE 2-661.) 

Commercial Survey Company. 

Map of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. 

(RE 2-642.) 
Map of Cuyahoga and adjacent counties. 

(RE 2-641.) 

Committee on Human Resources of the 

Metropolitan School Study Council. 
See 
Metropolitan School Study Council. 
Committee on Human Resources. 



Claudel, Pierre. 

Poesie. (RE 2-864.) 

One Voix sur Israel. (BE 2-528.) 

Claudel, Renee. See 

Claudel-Nantet, Benee. 

Claudel-Nantet, Renee. 
Poesie. (BE 2-864.) 
One Voix sur Israel. (BE 2-528.) 

Clayton, Charles Neel. 
Niagara. (BE 3-414.) 

Clayton, Romaine Parshall. 
Niagara. (RE 3-414.) 

Cleary, Ruth. 

The Noise song. (BE 3-854.) 
Millie, the whistling giraffe. 
(BE 3-855.) 

Clementi, Muzio, 1752-1832. 

First movement of Symphony in D. 
(RE 1-853.) 

Clements, Florence Byerson. 

Albuquerque ten minutes. (BE 194.) 

Double date. (BE 206.) 

Going! going! gone! (BE 1-118.) 

Needlework. (BE 1-123.) 

Sky high. (BE 2-620.) 

Star song. (BE 2-622.) 

The Triumph of Job. (BE 1-619.) 

demons. Homer Zeke. 

Dallas limited. (BE 452.) 
From start to end. (BE 282.) 

Clokey, Arthur Charles. 

A Rose from Syria. (BE 3-674.) 

Clokey, Joseph Haddell. 

A Rose from Syria. (BE 3-674.) 

Close-Op, Inc. 

Laugh comics. (BE 2-654.) 

Co ben, Cy. 

Punky Punkin, the happy pumpkin. 
(BE 2-093.) 

Cocteau, Jean, 1889-1963. 
Oedipus Rex. (RE 509.) 



Colean, Miles Lanier. 

The Impact of government on real 

estate finance in the United States. 
(BE 2-182.) 

Coles, Jack. 

Joy ride. (RE 1-275.) 

Colic, Paul. 

Les Jeux sauvages. (RE 2-844.) 

Collazo, Bobby. 

Esto es felicidad. (BE 720.) 
Esto es felicidad. (BE 721.) 

Collazo, Bobby. See 
Collazo, Boberto. 

Collazo, Boberto. 

Esto es felicidad. (BE 722.) 

Collignon, Suzanne Leonie. See 

Mantelet, Suzanne Leonie Collignon. 

Collin, Louis Jacques Marie. 
Affairs of state. (BE 2-686.) 

Collins, Billy. 

Heavy heart. (BE 1-183.) 

Collins, Ruth Harvey. 

The Creping of paper and creped paper 
products. (BE 2-972.) 

Collins, Theron Tilford, Jr. 

The Creping of paper and creped paper 
products. (BE 2-972.) 

Colombi, Giovanna. 

Chi sei tu? (BE 4-126.) 



Commonweal Publishing Company, Inc. 



Columbia Pictures 


Corporation. 




Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


851.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


852.) 


Atom 


Man 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


853.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


854.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


855.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


856.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


857.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


858.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


859.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


860.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


861.) 


Atom 


Man 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


862.) 


Atom 


Han 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


863.) 


Atom 


Man 


versus 


Superman. 


(BE 


864.) 



Commonweal. 
Commonweal. 
Commonweal. 
Commonweal. 
Commonweal. 
Commonweal. 
Commonweal. 



(BE 2-745.) 

(BE 2-746.) 

(BE 2-747.) 

(BE 2-748.) 

(RE 2-749.) 

(BE 2-750.) 

(BE 2-751.) 



The Commonwealth Fund. 

Physiology of shock. (RE 2-446.) 



(BE 310.) 

(BE 311.) 

(BE 312.) 

(RE 313.) 



Concordia Publishing House. 
Bible stories in pictures. 
Bible stories in pictures. 
Bible stories in pictures. 
Bible stories in pictures. 
From Luther to Kierkegaard. 

(BE 2-145.) 
Like as the hart. (BE 315.) 
Oh, that I had a thousand voices. 

(BE 314.) 

Congdon, Mrs. Thomas Bossard, Jr. 

Ritual in family living. (BE 1-514.) 

Conner, Tommie. 

Hary Hose. (BE 1-292.) 

Connolly, Francis X. 

Give beauty back. (BE 1-783.) 

Connor, Tommie. 

He all went down to the fair ground. 
(BE 1-271.) 

Connover, Dorothy, pseud. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. 

Introduction to Heart of darkness E 
Secret sharer, by Joseph Conrad. 
(BE 2-586.) 

Considine, Bob. See 
Considine, Bobert. 

Considine, Hildred. 

Innocents at home. (BE 415.) 

Considine, Bobert. 

Innocents at home. (BE 415.) 

Constanduros, Habel. 

Beauty and the beast. (BE 199.) 



1978 



NAME INDEX 



135 



Constanduros, Michael. 

Beauty ana the beast. (RE 199.) 

Constantopoulos, Helen. 

Mythoi tou Aisopou. (RE 3-811.) 

Contenau, Georges. 

La Vie quotidienne a Babylone et en 
Assyrie. (BE 2-572.) 

Contursi, Alicia Hebe. 

lu piel de jazmin. (RE 905.) 

Contursi, Alitalia Hilda. 

Tu piel de jazmin. (RE 905.) 

Contursi, Jose Haria. 

Tu piel de jazmin. (RE 905. ) 
Tu piel de jazmin. (RE 906.) 

Contursi, Lucio Anibal. 

Tu piel de jazmin. (RE 905.) 

Contursi, Lydia. 

Tu piel de jazmin. (RE 905.) 

Cooke, Ruth Seder. 

Junior Vogue patterns, February 1951. 

(RE 353.) 
Vogue patterns. (RE 351.) 
Vogue patterns. (BE 352.) 
Vogue patterns, February 1951. 

(RE 351.) 

Cooaber, Billy Scott-. See 
Scott-Coomber, Billy. 

Cooper, Dorothy H. 

My destiny. (RE 990.) 

Cooper, James Fenimore, 1789-1851. 
The Pilot. (BE 1-562.) 
The Prairie. (RE 2-700.) 

Cooper, Lenna F. 

Nutrition in health 6 disease. 
(RE 1-652.) 

Cooper, Louise Field. 

The Boys from Sharon. (RE 2-158.) 

Cooper, Marjorie. 

Johnny and the birds. (BE 2-791.) 
The Night before Christmas. 
(RE 1-939.) 

Cooper, Mickey. 

Crazy love blues. (BE 1-992.) 
Kiff blues. (RE 1-668.) 
Match box blues. (BE 1-971.) 
Mourning blues. (BE 1-972.) 

Copas, Cowboy. 

1*11 nevermore be shackled in a fool's 
paradise. (BE 1-019.) 

Copas, Cowboy. See 
Copas, Lloyd. 

Copas, Gary. 

The Gypsy told me. (RE 1(51.) 

Copas, Lloyd. 

The Gypsy told me. (RE 451.) 

Coguatrix, Bruno. 

Where do I go from you? (RE 3-388.) 

Cordier, Ralph S. 

All around America. (RE 1-935.) 
Friendly neighbors. (BE 2-790.) 

Cordovil, Herve. 

Eh" boi. (RE U- 153. ) 

Pe de Manaca. (RE 4-150.) 

Pe de Manaca. (RE 4-151.) 

Soseira despeitada. (BE 4-154.) 

Tea pena de mim. (RE 4-155.) 

Cordovil, Hervel. See 
Cordovil, Herve. 

Corelli, Arcangelo, 1653-1713. 
Gavotte and gigue. (BE 2-395.) 
Gavotte E gigue. (BE 2-396.) 



Gavotte 6 gigue. (BE 2-398.) 
Gigue. (BE 2-399.) 

Corkery, Daniel. 

The tlager and other stories. 
(RE 1-244.) 

Corkery, Mary. 

The Wager and other stories. 
(RE 1-244.) 

Corliss, Eleanor Graham. 

Answers to even-numbered problems in 

Plane trigonometry. (RE 3-172.) 
Plane trigonometry. (RE 3-173.) 

Corliss, John J. 

Answers to even-numbered problems in 

Plane trigonometry. (RE 3-172.) 
Plane trigonometry. (RE 3-173.) 

Cornell, John Bilheimer. 

Bibliographic materials in the 
Japanese language on Far Eastern 
archeology and ethnology. 
(RE 2-885.) 

Cornell University. 

Industrial and labor relations review. 

(RE 462.) 
Industrial and labor relations review. 

(RE 463.) 
Industrial and labor relations review. 

(BE 464.) 

Correll, Donovan Stewart. 

Native orchids of North America. 
(BE 2-875.) 

Corrie, Joe. 

Tell it not in Gath. (BE 1-612.) 
Valhalla. (RE 1-606.) 

Corrie, a. E. 

Tell it not in Gath. (BE 1-612.) 
Valhalla. (BE 1-606.) 

Corrigan, Claud H. 

A Han's cook book for outdoors and 
kitchen. (BE 4-255.) 

Corwin, Eleanor. 

Benjie Engie. (BE 2-794.) 
Number 9: the little fire engine. 
(BE 1-940.) 

Corwin, Georgia Amanda. 
Be my guest. (RE 2-036.) 
Bi-focal Fred. (BE 2-033.) 
E flat ballad. (BE 2-031.) 
Everybody is your partner in New York. 

(RE 2-038.) 
Have you written any good books 

lately? (BE 2-037.) 
He didn't have the know-how no how. 

(RE 2-030.) 
I fought every step of the way. 

(RE 2-035.) 
I know your kiss by heart. (RE 2-032.) 
Meet Miss Blendo. (BE 2-040.) 
Nobody understands me. (RE 2-041.) 
O.K. for T.V. (RE 2-039.) 
Question mark. (RE 2-045.) 
Senorita Diaz. (BE 2-043.) 
Step to the rear of the car, please. 

(BE 2-034.) 
Top baaana. (RE 2-044.) 
What a revoltin' development this is. 

(RE 2-042.) 

Coryn, Marjorie. 

Sorrow by day. (RE 3-224.) 

Coslow, Sam. 

Five little miles from San Berdoo. 
(RE 867.) 

Costa, Mariza DeBezende. 
Pe de Manaca. (BE 4-150.) 
Pe de Manaca. (BE 4-151.) 

Costello, John Joseph. 
Chilli. (RE 1-765.) 



Coulter, Ellis Merton. 

The Making of modern America. 
(BE 4-072.) 

Courant, Bichard. 

Dirichlet's principle, conforcal 
mapping, and minimal surfaces. 
(RE 2-025.) 

Courlander, Harold. 

The Fire on the mountain, and other 
Ethiopian stories. (RE 2-784.) 

Courtney, Al. 

Teardrops of regret. (BE 2-836.) 

Courtney, Sidney lee. 

Insignia in outline of moose's antler. 
(BE 2-186.) 

Cousin, Martin B. 

I miss my miss from Mississippi. 
(RE 2-963.) 

Cousins, Marty. 

Don't kindle that flame. (RE 2-314.) 

Cowell, Henry. 

Day, evening, night, morning. 

(BE 690.) 
Daybreak. (RE 692.) 

Cowell, Sidney. 

Day, evening, night, morning. 

(RE 690.) 
Daybreak. (RE 692.) 

Cowley, John, pseud. See 
Davis, Katherine K. 

Cowper, William. 

Oh, for a closer walk with God. 
(RE 917.) 

Cox, Constance. 

The Count of Monte Cristo. (RE 204.) 
Northanger Abbey. (RE 1-121.) 

Cox, G. L. D. 

Song in the night. (RE 2-731.) 

Coxe, Arthur Cleveland. 

0, who like Thee. (BE 416.) 

Coxe, G. H. 

Crime photographer. (BE 418.) 

Craig, Francis. 

(Don't say) she's a bad little girl. 
(BE 2-942.) 

Crawford, Johnny. 

Saw buck. (BE 3-327.) 

Shindig. (BE 3-351.) 

Too late blues. (BE 3-350.) 

Creamer, Daniel. 

Behavior of wage rates during business 
cycles. (BE 2-180.) 

Creed, Virginia. 

All about Austria. (BE 4-064.) 

Cremonini, Carlo. 
Tacere. (BE 4-124.) 
Tacere. (RE 4-127.) 

Crespo, Carlos. See 

Crespo Cafuentes, Carlos. 

Crespo Cafuentes, Carlos. 
Asesina. (RE 1-501.) 
Carta fatal. (BE 1-502.) 
La Indeseable. (BE 701.) 
La Jaula. (BE 1-509.) 
Sacrificada. (BE 699.) 
Ona mas. (BE 1-500.) 

Creston, Paul. 

The Bird of the wilderness. 

(BE 4-248.) 
Five dances. (BE 4-108.) 
Homage. (BE 4-249.) 



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JAN-JUN 



Creston, Paul. (CON.) 

Suite foe violin and piano. 

(BE 4-240.) 
Two motets. (RE 4-247.) 

Crew, Fleming. 

Here and there and everywhere. 
(RE 1-931.) 

Crist, Eda. 

Excitement in Appleby Street. 
(RE 2-281.) 

Crist, Richard. 

Excitement in Appleby Street. 
(RE 2-281.) 

Croce. 

Baroque suite. (RE 2-397.) 

Cronk, Paul B. 

The Rescue on Station Charlie. 
(RE 3-909.) 

Croom, Jerry. 

Tonight I'm all alone. (RE 2-299.) 

Cross, Vernon. 
Shy. (RE 774.) 

Crowe, Edward L. 

Rockin' chair boogie. (RE 3-376.) 

Crowell, Grace Noll. 

The Little lost boy. (RE 1-792.) 

Crown Publishers, Inc. 

Holman on basketball. (BE 13.) 

Crown Publishers, Inc. Bell Publishing. 
World championship checkers. (RE 14.) 

Crudup, Arthur. 

Hercy blues. (RE 3-163.) 

Crudup, Arthurine K. 

Mercy blues. (RE 3-163.) 

Crudup, James A. 

Hercy blues. (RE 3-163.) 

Crudup, Jonas A. 

Mercy blues. (RE 3-163.) 

Crudup, Preshell. 

Hercy blues. (HE 3-163.) 

Cuddy, Jack. 

Championship fighting: explosive 
punching and aggressive defense. 
(RE 2-723.) 

Cui, Cesar Antonovitch, 1835-1918. 
Radiant stars. (RE 2-172.) 

Cunningham, Albert Benjamin. 
One big family. (RE 4-047.) 

Cunningham, J. V. 

Doctor Drink. (RE 823.) 

Cunningham, Jean Gregory. 
One big family. (BE 4-047.) 

Cunow, Bror. 

August moon. (RE 1-323.) 

The Curators of the University of 
Hissouri. See 
Dniversity of Hissouri. Curators. 

Curiel, Gonzalo. 
Llevame. (RE 717.) 

Curiel, Maria Concepcion Torre De. See 
Torre DeCuriel, Haria Concepcion. 

Curtis, Jeff. 
Shy. (RE 774.) 

Curtis, Hann, pseud. 

I'm happy to know you're happy. 
(RE 3-829.) 



The Curtis Publishing Company. 
Country gentleman. (RE 1-860.) 

Cushman, Dan. 

Montana, here I be. (RE 1-368.) 

Cuthrell, Faith Baldwin. See 
Baldwin, Faith. 

Cuyler, Louise Elvira. 

Heinrich Isaac's Choralis Cons- 
tantinus, book III. (RE 2-887.) 



D C Comics 
All Amer 
All star 
Atom Man 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Atom Man 
Atom Man 
Atom Han 
Atom Han 
Strange 
Superman 
Superman 
Superman 
Superman 
Superman 
Superman 
Superman 
World's 
World's 
World's 
World's 
World's 
World's 



Inc. 
ican western. (RE 

comics. (RE 4-012 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman. 

versus Superman, 
adventures. (RE 41 
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finest comics, 
finest comics, 
finest comics, 
finest comics, 
finest comics, 
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Dabney, Thomas Ewing. 

The Han who bought the Waldorf. 
(RE 210.) 

Dahl, Roald. 

Poison. (RE 1-235.) 

Dahm, Paul. 

Kije's wedding. (RE 2-394.) 

Dale, Ruth, pseud. See 
Wilson, Ira B. 

Daly, Audrey N. 

Are you happy? (RE 1-198.) 

Daly, Elizabeth. 

Death and letters. (RE 2-782.) 

Daly, Sister Emily Joseph, C. S. J. 
Tertullian: Apologetical works. 
(RE 3-391.) 

D'Ambrosio, Arlette. See 
Puget, Arlette D'Ambrosio. 



Dana, Walter. 

Czarownica polka. 



(RE 3-145.) 



Dana Publishing Company. 
Canasta polka. (RE 3-148.) 
Coalminer polka. (RE 3-149.) 
Cracker jack polka. (RE 3-146.) 
Cry baby polka. (RE 3-144.) 
Dream polka. (RE 3-151.) 
Dwoje zakochanych. (RE 3-147.) 
Ha and Pa polka. (RE 3-143.) 
Niagara Falls polka. (RE 2-978.) 
Powiedz mi. (RE 3-150.) 
Zegar. (RE 3-142.) 

Danielou, J. 

Oedipus Rex. (RE 509.) 



Danzig, Evelyn. See 
Levine, Evelyn J. 

DaPonte, Lorenzo. 

Don Giovanni. (RE 50.) 

Darcy, Frieda Hartman. 

1000 ways a salesman can increase his 
sales. (RE 2-725.) 

Darell, Ravon. 

Sunset to dawn. (BE 3-355.) 

Darensbourg, Joseph. 

Louisiana. (RE 2-249.) 

Darlington, W. A. See 

Darlington, William Aubrey. 

Darlington, William Aubrey. 

The World of Gilbert and Sullivan. 
(RE 3-544.) 



Darnell, Shelby, pseud. 
Hiller, Bob. 



See 



DaTodi, Iacopone. 

Dolce amor di povertade. 

Davenport, Roger. 

T. V. blues. (RE 723.) 



(RE 1-849.) 



DaViadana, Lodovico. See 

Fiadana, Lodovico Da, 1564-1645. 

David, Hal. 

(Ich hab's gern mitten in der Nacht) 

tee-ka tee-ka tah. (RE 1-748.) 
(Ich hab's gern mitten in der Nacht) 

tee-ka tee-ka tah. (RE 1-753.) 
One love for two. (BE 140.) 
Tee-ka tee-ka tah. (RE 898.) 

David, Hack. 

lou and your beautiful eyes. 
(RE 3-910.) 

David, Harjorie Carina. 

All's well tonight. (RE 2-921.) 
At last it's happened. (RE 1-289.) 
Blue for a boy. (RE 1-281.) 
Living a dream. (RE 2-919.) 
Lying awake — and dreaming. (RE 1-286.) 
Harch of the redcoats. (RE 1-280.) 
Spring will sing a song for you. 
(RE 2-920.) 

Davies, Harry Parr. See 
Parr Davies, Harry. 

Davis, Carl. 

She's my gal. (RE 3-322.) 

Davis, Clyde Brion. 

The Age of indiscretion. (RE 1-175.) 

Davis, David B. 

The Age of indiscretion. (RE 1-175.) 

Davis, Joe Lee. 

Jane Eyre. (RE 2-344.) 

Davis, Katherine K. 

Lord God of Sabaoth. (RE 931.) 
O, who like Thee. (RE 416.) 

Davis, Meredith Reese. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 1-537.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 1-539.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 1-540.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 1-755.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 1-772.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 3-548.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(RE 3-549.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(BE 3-550.) 



1978 



NAME INDEX 



137 



Davis, Nonan. 

Picken's great adventure. (RE 1-929.) 

Davis, Thomas Maxwell. 

Bad, bad whiskey. (RE 782.) 

Day, Beth. 

Sill Rogers, the boy roper. 
(RE 4-068. ) 

Day, Donald. 

Sill Rogers, the boy roper. 
(RE 4-068.) 

Day, Elisabeth C. 

Jesu, Jesu, little Son. (RE 779.) 

Day, Regina, pseud. See 
Schroeder, Elizabeth Joan. 

Day, Stanley A. 

Jesu, Jesu, little Son. (RE 779.) 

Day's (Mrs.) Ideal Baby shoe Company, 
Inc. 
Por an ideal baby. (RE 3-169.) 
Ideal cozy-mocs. (RE 3-170.) 

Deakins, Betty. 

Heap good luck. (RE 319.) 



Decatur Electric Supply Division. See 
Hawkins Electric Company. Decatur 
Supply Division. 

DeCesare, Hary. 

To ay little Hary. (RE 2-653.) 

DeCisber, Joseph V. 

Sunshine polka. (RE 2-578.) 

Decker, Evelyn. 

You were in the dreams that broke my 
heart. (RE 847.) 

DeCuriel, Maria Concepcion Torre. See 
Torre DeCuriel, Maria Concepcion. 

Dee, Sylvia. 

&nd never been kissed. (RE 197.) 

DeFeraudy, M. 

Fascinacion. (RE 1-199.) 

DeFord, Miriam Allen- 

Bho was when: a dictionary of 
contemporaries. (RE 3-278.) 

DeFrancis, John. 

Nationalism and language reform in 
China. (RE 231.) 



If I didn't love you so. (RE 1-678.) 
Misery. (RE 1-959.) 

DeLaMairie, Jarret. See 
LaMairie, Jarret De. 

Delaney, Robert E. 

The Terrible turners. (RE 2-536.) 

Delaney, Tom. 

Ev'rybody wants to go to heaven, but 
nobody wants to die. (RE 2.) 

DeLaRiestra, Carlos Perez. See 
Perez DeLaRiestra, Carlos. 

DeLaBosa, Orlando. See 
Rosa, Orlando DeLa. 

DeLaRosiere, Frederic Petijean. See 
LaRosiere, Frederic Petijean De. 

DeLaRosiere, Marie Petijean. See 
LaRosiere, Marie Petijean De. 

DeLaVarende, Eric. See 
LaVarende, Eric De. 

DeLaVarende, Jean. See 
LaVarende, Jean De. 



Deal, Borden. 

A Time for knowing. (BE 733.) 

Deale, Edgar Martin. 

Three Christmas songs. (RE 3-773.) 

Dean, Leonard. 

Milton. (RE 3-759.) 
Modern poetry. (RE 3-761.) 
Renaissance poetry. (RE 3-758.) 
Romantic and Victorian poetry. 
(RE 3-760.) 

Deane, Carol, pseud. See 
Schroeder, Elizabeth J. 
Schroeder, Elizabeth Joan. 

Deane, Carol, pseud. See 
Schroeder, Elizabeth Joan. 



DePreitas, Frederica. See 
Freitas, Frederica De. 

DeGhelderode, Jeanne Francoise Gerard. 
See 
Ghelderode, Jeanne Francoise Gerard 
De. 

DeGhelderode, Michel. See 
Ghelderode, Michel De. 

DeGobera, Rosa Maria Bojalil. See 
Bojalil DeGobera, Rosa Haria. 

DeGouy, Louis P. 

The Salad book. (RE 2-645.) 

DeHaan, M. R. See 

DeHaan, Martin Ralph. 



DelCampo, Bodolpho. See 
Campo, Rodolpho Del. 

DeLee, Sol T. 

Safeguarding motherhood. (RE 1-181.) 

DeLevis-Mirepoix, Due Antoine. See 
Levis-Mirepoix, Due Antoine De. 

Delibes, Leo, 1836-1891. 
Coppelia. (RE 1-846.) 

Delius, Frederick, 1862-1934. 
Over the hills and far away. 
(RE 4-244.) 

Deller, Anthony Silliam. 

Deller's edition of Walker on patents. 
(BE 3-232.) 



Dearborn, Terry H. 

College health knowledge test. 
(RE 2-006.) 

Dearborn, Terry H. , Jr. 

College health knowledge test. 
(RE 2-006.) 

DeArcaraz, Maria DeLaPaz Genesta. See 
Arcaraz, Maria DeLaPaz Genesta De. 

DeArmond, Lizzie. 

The Children's praise. (RE 1-925.) 
Triumphant voices. (RE 97.) 

DeBarros, Raul. See 
Barros, Raul De. 

DeBorbon, Alfredo Nunez. See 
Nunez DeBorbon, Alfredo. 

DeCamoes, Luis. See 
Camoes, Luis De. 

Decamp, L. Sprague. 

The Better mousetrap. (RE 2-238.) 
Git along! (RE 2-237.) 
The Lands of yesterday. (BE 2-240.) 
Perpetual motion. (RE 2-239.) 

DeCarvalho, Ana Paula Rosa. See 
Carvalho, Ana Paula Rosa De. 

DeCarvalho, Antonio Sergio Rosa. See 
Carvalho, Antonio Sergio Rosa De. 

DeCarvalho, Fernando Carneiro. See 
Carvalho, Fernando Carneiro De. 

DeCarvalho, Modesto Rosa. See 
Carvalho, Modesto Rosa De. 



DeHaan, Martin Ralph. 

The Jew and Palestine in prophecy. 
(RE 747.) 

DeHartmann, Olga. 

Gurdjieff. (RE 653.) 

DeHartmann, Thomas. 
Gurdjieff. (RE 653.) 

Dehmel, Billy. 

Ewig und drei Tage. (RE 3-405.) 

Deis, Carl. 

The Lord's Prayer. (RE 3-108.) 
The Lord's Prayer. (HE 3-109.) 

DeJesus, Mario. See 

Jesus B., Mario Cesar De. 

DeJesus B. , Mario Cesar. See 
Jesus B. , Mario Cesar De. 

DeJesus Morales, Jose. See 
Jesus Morales, Jose De. 

DeLaFontaine, Jean. See 

LaFontaine, Jean De, 1621-1695. 

DeLaFuente, Gabriel Luna. See 
Luna DeLaFuente, Gabriel. 

DeLaGarde, H. 

Beggin' blues. (RE 3-332.) 
I'm livin' O.K. (RE 1-659.) 
I'm through. (RE 1-658.) 
You're fine but you're not my kind. 
(RE 3-333.) 

DeLagarde, Mario. 

Blues nocturne. (RE 1-690.) 

Cry baby. (RE 1-982.) 

Freight train boogie. (BE 1-661.) 

Helpless. (RE 1-681.) 



Delly, pseud. 

Folie de sages. (RE 2-557.) 

Delmore, Alton. 

Fast train through Arkansas. 
(RE 1-515.) 

Delmore, Rabon. 

Fast train through Arkansas. 
(RE 1-515.) 

DeLoach, Mary. 

I really believe. (RE 1-667.) 
I'll ride on a cloud with my Lord. 
(RE 1-665.) 

DeLuna, Imelda Najera. See 
Najera DeLuna, Imelda. 

DeMartinez, Luciana Desfassiaux. See 
Martinez, Luciana Desfassiaux De. 

Demetrius, Claude. 

Lyin" kisses. (RE 1-025.) 

DeMille, Anna George. 

Henry George: citizen of the world. 
(RE 2-265.) 

DeMontherlant, Henry. See 
Montherlant, Henry De. 

DeMorais, Guio, pseud. See 
Duarte, Guiomarino Rubens. 

Dempsey, Jack. 

Championship fighting: explosive 
punching and aggressive defense. 
(RE 2-723.) 

Denby, Jack, pseud. See 
Satson, John George. 



138 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



Dennett, Raymond. 

Documents on American foreign 
relations. (RE 118.) 

Dennis, Charles Heid. 

Born to trot. (RE 2-801.) 
Twenty four horses. (RE 2-797.) 

Dennis, Jay. 

The Ukulele yodle. (RE 4-093.) 

Dennis, Morgan. 

Born to trot. (RE 2-80 1.) 
Twenty four horses. (RE 2-797.) 

Dennis, Wesely. See 
Dennis, Wesley. 

Dennis, Wesley. 

Born to trot. (RE 2-80 1.) 
Twenty four horses. (RE 2-797.) 

Department of Archives and History of 
Best Virginia. See 
West Virginia. Department of Archives 
and History. 

DePaul, Gene. 

I'll remember April. (RE 679.) 

DeQuincy, Thomas. 

Confessions of an English opium eater. 
(RE 3-805.) 

DeRiencourt, Amaury. See 
Riencourt, Amaury De. 

Derleth, August. 

The Fifth child. (RE 2-582.) 
Pott's triumph. (HE 2-581.) 
Something from out there. (EE 2-583.) 

Derleth, Walden W. 

The Fifth child. (RE 2-582.) 
Pott's triumph. (RE 2-581.) 
Something from out there. (RE 2-583.) 

DeRose, Hay Singhi Breen. 

New ukulele method. (RE 1-751.) 

Desert Magazine. 

Desert magazine. (RE 69.) 

Desert magazine. (RE 734.) 

Desert magazine. (RE 2-682.) 

Desert magazine. (BE 3-187.) 

Desert magazine. (RE 3-188.) 

Desfassiaux, Carlos Martinez. See 
Martinez Desfassiaux, Carlos. 

Desfassiaux, Lupe Martinez. See 
Martinez Desfassiaux, Lupe. 

Desfassiaux DeHartinez, Luciana. See 
Martinez, Luciana Desfassiaux De. 

DeSircay, Elaine. See 
Sircay, Elaine De. 

DeVaux, Joseph. 

The Crawdad song. (BE 3-9H6. ) 
Bock-a-my soul. (RE 3-947.) 

Dewey, John. 

Reconstruction in philosophy. 
(BE 2-705.) 

DeWissant, Georges, pseud. See 
Lemoine, Georges. 

DeWohl, Louis. 

The Quiet light. (RE 1-177.) 

DeWohl, Buth Magdalene. 

The Quiet light. (BE 1-177.) 

Dhotel, Andre. 

L'Homme de la scierie. (BE 2-840.) 

Diamond, David. 

Sonata for violin and piano. 
(RE 4-242. ) 

Diaz, Gilberto. 

No puedo perdonar. (EE 1-475.) 



Pobrecito corazon. (BE 1-474.) 

El Bitmo gue da el mambo. (RE 1-476.) 

Diaz Codesal, Pablo. 
Bandida. (RE 1-795.) 

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. 

Charles Dickens' A Christmas carol. 
(BE 3-056.) 

Dickens, Jimmy. 

I'm little, but I'm loud. (EE 1-024.) 

Dickens, H. Joy. 

I'll be back. (RE 135.) 

Put it in Jerry's room. (BE 134.) 

Dickinson, Clarence. 

Christ and the children. (RE 1-776.) 

Dickinson, Lora. 

Gay butterfly. (RE 1-332.) 
Marching on. (BE 1-334.) 
Merry are we. (RE 1-333.) 
Sleepsin-by. (BE 1-330.) 
Wonderful dreams. (BE 1-33 1.) 

Dieckmann, C. W. 

Savior, like a shepherd lead us. 
(RE 1-885.) 

Dietz, Constance Phyllis. See 
Hunt, Constance Phyllis. 

Diggle, Roland. 

Jesus, the very thought of Thee. 
(RE 2-132.) 

Diller, Angela. 

A Christmas carol pageant. (EE 4-241.) 

Diller, Barbara. 

A Christmas carol pageant. (BE 4-241.) 

Dillon, William. 

Ten gallon bonnet. (BE 2-607.) 

Dillon, William A. 

Down by the lilac tree. (EE 2-605.) 
Every day is Mother's Day. (EE 2-606.) 
I'll go all the way with you, my 
darlin'. (EE 2-604.) 

Dillon, William A., Jr. 

Down by the lilac tree. (EE 2-605.) 
Every day is Mother's Day. (EE 2-606.) 
I'll go all the way with you, my 

darlin'. (BE 2-604.) 
Ten gallon bonnet. (EE 2-607.) 

Dimitroff, Lucienne Bloch. 

Concerto symphonigue. (EE 2-271.) 
Scherzo fantasque. (HE 2-270.) 

DiNapoli, Mario J. 

Everybody's got a girl but me. 
(EE 3-266.) 

Dinner, William. 

The Late Edwina Black. (BE 1-132.) 

Discant, Mack. 

Plaything. (RE 358.) 

Discepolo, E. S. 

Cafetin de Buenos Aires. (HE 1-724.) 

Discepolo, Enrigue S. 

Con una mentira. (HE 1-719.) 

Discepolo, Enrigue Santos. 
Con una mentira. (EE 1-720.) 
Yo no te he visto nunca. (EE 1-463.) 

.Disdier, Edmundo. 

Cuando. (EE 1-472.) 

Disney, Walt. 

Mickey et Minnie. (EE 2-858.) 
(Mickey presente) Cendrillon. 
(BE 2-544.) 

Dite, Julia. 

Ocgel-brevier. (EE 3-645.) 



Dite, Louis. 

Orgel-brevier. (BE 3-645.) 

Divis, Ana Luciano. 

Con una mentira. (BE 1-720.) 

Yo no te he visto nunca. (BE 1-463.) 

Divry (D. C. ) Inc. 

Greek cookery. (BE 3-699.) 
Mythoi tou Aisopou. (BE 3-811.) 

Dixon, Buth, pseud. See 
Barrows, Marjorie. 

Dobal, Cristobal. 

No vuelvo mas. (BE 1-804.) 

Dobkin, Dmitry. 

Prologue to the opera Pagliacci. 
(BE 2-598.) 

Dodge, Margaret B. 

Especially at midnight. (EE 1-823.) 

Dodson, Ann Walker. 

Heigh-ho the holly. (BE 241.) 

Dogbolt, Barnaby, pseud. See 
Silvette, Herbert. 

Doherty, Felix. 

The King's servant. (EE 3-477.) 

Dolan, Lida. 

Go on about your bizness. (BE 3-540.) 

Dolan, Bobert Emmett. 

He didn't have the know-how no how. 
(EE 2-030.) 

Dominguez, Abel. 

Y nada mas. (EE 3-538.) 

Dominguez Salas, Adolfo. 

Cita a las seis. (BE 1-503.) 

Domino, Antoine. 

Detroit City blues. (EE 284.) 

Donahue, Wilma T. 

Planning the older years. (BE 2-882.) 

Donaldson, Helen B. 

Ontil He lifts the clouds. (HE 2-880.) 

DoNasciaento, Luiz Gonzaga. See 
Nascimento, Luiz Gonzaga Do. 

Dondo, Mathurin. 

French review grammar. (EE 1-435.) 

Donovan, Albert Martin, Jr. 

The Bumbleseat song. (EE 2-360.) 
The Bumbleseat song. (BE 2-361.) 

Donovan, Marty. See 

Donovan, Albert Martin, Jr. 

Dooner, Jacqueline S. 

The Salad book. (EE 2-645.) 

Doremus, Bobert. 

Our independence and the Constitution. 

(BE 122.) 
Our independence and the Constitution. 

(EE 2-805.) 

Dorkay Productions, Inc. 

Pandora and the Flying Dutchman. 
(BE 470.) 

Dorsey, Pierre. 

Trois fois merci. (BE 678.) 

Dorsey, Thomas A. 

Traveling on. (BE 2-760.) 

DosSantos, Ary. See 
Santos, Ary Dos. 

Doucet, Jerome. 

Les Douze lutins de la Beine flab. 
(HE 2-859.) 



1978 










NAME INDEX 






Donga 11. 






The 


Hall 


Street journal. 


(BE 


175.) 


In the name of justice. (BE 3-529.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


176.) 


One night in Dodge. (BE 3-524.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


178.) 








The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


179.) 


Dougherty, Celius. 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


180.) 


The Children's letter to the 


United 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


181.) 


Nations. (RE 3-127.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


182.) 


The Children' s letter to the 


Onited 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


184.) 


Nations. (RE 3-130.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


185.) 


The Children's letter to the 


Onited 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


525.) 


Nations. (RE 3-131.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


526.) 


The Children's letter to the 


Onited 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


527.) 


Nations. (RE 3-132.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


528.) 


The children's letter to the 


Onited 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


529.) 


Nations. (RE 3-133.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


530.) 


The Children's letter to the 


Onited 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


532.) 


Nations. (BE 3-131.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


533.) 


The First Christmas. (BE 3- 


•126.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


534.) 


Husic from seas and ships. 


(RE 3-264.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


535.) 








The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


536.) 


Douglas, Billy. 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


537.) 


She couldn't keep her big mouth shut. 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


539.) 


(RE 3-336.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


540.) 








The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


541.) 


Douglas, Lincoln George. 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


542.) 


Two hearts in love. (RE 3- 


68.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


543.) 








The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


545.) 


Dover Publications, Inc. 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


546.) 


Electromagnetic theory. (RE 4-01 4.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


547.) 








The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


548.) 


Don Jones G Company, Inc. 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


549.) 


Barron's National business 


6 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


550.) 


weekly. (RE 159.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


552.) 


Barron's National business 


& 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


553.) 


weekly. (BE 171.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


554.) 


Barron's National business 


S 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


555.) 


weekly. (RE 177.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-390.) 


Barron's National business 


G 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


1-391.) 


weekly. (RE 183.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-392.) 


Barron's National business 


& 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


1-393.) 


weekly. (RE 531.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


1-394.) 


Barron's National business 


6 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


1-396.) 


weekly. (RE 538.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


1-397.) 


Barron's National business 


e 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-398.) 


weekly. (RE 544.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


1-399.) 


Barron's National business 


G 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-401.) 


weekly. (BE 551.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-402.) 


Barron's National business 


6 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-403.) 


weekly. (RE 1-395.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-404.) 


Barron's National business 


G 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-4 05.) 


weekly. (RE 1-400.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-406.) 


Barron's National business 


& 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-407.) 


weekly. (RE 1-413.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-408.) 


Barron's National business 


& 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-409.) 


weekly. (RE 1-4 14.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


IRE 


1-410.) 


Barron's National business 


G 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-411.) 


weekly. (RE 2-4 16.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-412.) 


Barron's National business 


£ 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-415.) 


weekly. (RE 2-423.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-416.) 


Barron's National business 


e 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-417.) 


weekly. (RE 2-428.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


1-418.) 


Barron's National business 


G 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-412.) 


weekly. (BE 2-4 34.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-413.) 


Barron's National business 


6 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-414.) 


weekly. (RE 2-442.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-415.) 


Barron's National business 


& 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-417.) 


weekly. (RE 3-195.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-418.) 


Barron's National business 


& 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-419.) 


weekly. (RE 3-210.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-420.) 


Barron's National business 


G 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-421.) 


weekly. (RE 3-216.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-422.) 


Barron's National business 


G 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-424.) 


weekly. (RE 3-218.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-425.) 


Barron's National business 


G 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-426.) 


weekly. (RE 4-022.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-427.) 


Barron's National business 


6 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-429.) 


weekly. (RE 4-025.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


2-430.) 


Barron's National business 


6 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-431.) 


weekly. (RE 4-030.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-432.) 


Barron's National business 


6 


financial 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-433.) 


weekly. (RE 4-036.) 






The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-435.) 


The Ball Street journal. (RE 


160.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-436.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


161.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-437.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


162.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-4 38.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


163.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-439.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


164.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


2-440.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


165.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


2-441.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


166.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


3-189.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


167.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3-190.) 


The Hall Street journal. (BE 


168.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3-191.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


169.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


3-192.) 


The Hall Street journal. (BE 


170.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3-193.) 


The Hall Street journal. (BE 


172.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3-194.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


173.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3-196.) 


The Hall Street journal. (RE 


174.) 


The 


Ball 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


3-197.) 



139 



The 


Nail 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


■198.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


3- 


199.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


3- 


200.) 


The 


Wall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


201.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


202.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


203.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


204.) 


The 


Wall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


205.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(HE 


3- 


206.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


■207.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


208. ) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


209.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


211.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


■212.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


■213.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


214.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


-215.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


3- 


■217.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


•015.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


14- 


•016.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


•017.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


•018.) 


The 


Hall 


street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■019.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■020.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


u- 


021.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■023.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■024.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■026.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■027.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


4- 


■028.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■029.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


4- 


■031.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(BE 


4- 


■032.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■033.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■034.) 


The 


Ball 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


•035.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■037.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


•038.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■039.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


■040.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


041.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


•042.) 


The 


Hall 


Street 


journal. 


(RE 


4- 


043.) 



Dowell, Claire O. 

The Canasta song. (RE 3.) 

Dowell, Saxie. 

The Canasta song. (RE 3.) 

Downs, Elinor Fosdick. 

The Three meanings. (RE 2-516.) 

Doyle, Sic Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. 
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. 
(RE 2-950.) 

Doyle, Mike. 

Jealous woman. (RE 467.) 
Jealous woman. (RE 469.) 

Drake, Russell, pseud. See 
Braun, Hilbur. 

Draper, June M. 

Blue light boogie. (RE 3-831.) 

Double crossing blues. (RE 3-827.) 

Once there lived a fool. (RE 3-830.) 

Red juice. (RE 3-832.) 

Tears in my eyes. (RE 3-833.) 

Through a stranger's eyes. (RE 3-834.) 

Dreany, E. Joseph. 

4 Child's book of horses. (RE 802.) 

Dresser, Davis. 

This is it, Hichael Shayne. 
(BE 2-381.) 

Dresser, Helen McCloy. 

Shake hands with Death. (RE 1-774.) 

Dresser, Bary S. 

This is it, Hichael Shayne. 
(RE 2-381.) 

Driggs, Collins. 

Don't say you care, unless you really 

do. (RE 115.) 
Don't say you care, unless you really 

do. (HE 2-154.) 

Drucker, Peter Ferdinand. 

The New society. (RE 4-052.) 



mo 



RENEWALS 



JAH-JOH 



Duarte, Guioaarino BubeDS. 
Mo ceara nao ten disso nao. 
(HE 4-156.) 

Duacte Brito, Ernesto R. 

El Baile del ping ui no. (BE 719.) 

DuCaurroy. 

Baroque suite. (BE 2-397.) 

Duerr , Edwin. 

Badio and television acting: 

criticism, theory and practice. 
(HE 1-162.) 

DuFault, Buddy. 

Eventually. (EE 983.) 

Get ae the whatchaaacallit off of the 

thingaaajig. (BE 982.) 
Merry Christaas rhuaba. (HE 3-691.) 

Duffee, Bobert Hudson. 

Putt, putt polka. (BE 2-257.) 
Saoergosbord Cafe. (EE 2-256.) 
Springtiae in Wisconsin. (BE 2-255.) 

Dugdale, Horace Kirkus. 

Ten tested nays to increase your 
selling power. (BE 1-773.) 

Dukas, Paul. 

The Sorcerer's apprentice. (BE 3-118.) 



Ouprez, Hatton. 

Hy wife's faaily. (BE 4-0H9.) 

Durant, John. 

The Yankees. (EE 1-238.) 

Durante, James. 

Good-night, good-night, good-night. 
(BE 332.) 

Durante, Jimmy. See 
Durante, Jaaes. 

Dussaye, Warren. 
Cobina. (BE 784.) 
Sinter waltz in a Swiss chalet. 
(HE 785.) 

Dutton, E. P. 

San Gennaro never says no. (BE 3-471.) 

Duval Niaier, Nadine Baoul-. See 
Niaier, Nadine Baoul-Duval. 

Dvorak, Antonin, 1841-1904. 

Slavonic dance number 1. (BE 506.) 
Slavonic dance number 3. (BE 504.) 

Dwight, Tiaothy. 

I love Thy church, O God. (EE 4-088.) 



So te preocupes. (BE 1-800.) 

Quisiera saber. (BE 1-796.) 

Beaolino. (BE 1-799.) 

Sufro tu ausencia. (BE 1-793.) 

La Tortuga. (EE 1-797.) 

Vida azul. (EE 1-798.) 

Editorial Hexicana de flusica Inter- 
nacionai, S.A. 
Irreaediableaente solo. (BE 1-458.) 

Editors of Jewish Social Studies. See 
Jewish Social Studies. 

Edmunds, John. 

The Isle of Portland. (BE 514.) 

Edwards, Mildred Johnson. 

All o'God's chillun got shoes. 
(BE 965.) 

Egers, Lotte Pulveraacher-. See 
Pulveraacher-Egecs, Lotte. 

Eggar, Anne Patricia. 

Prelude to a solemn ausic. (BE 3-780.) 
Strengthen ye the weak hands. 

(BE 3-784.) 
There sits a bird (on yonder tree) 

(BE 3-781.) 
There sits a bird on yonder tree. 

(BE 3-782.) 



Dulac, Edaund. 

The Golden cockerel. (BE 3-174.) 

Dull, Charles E. 

Modern eheaistry. (HE 1-880.) 

Dulles, Foster Bhea. 

The American Eed Cross. (EE 3-043.) 

Duaas, A. See 

Duaas, Alexandre, pere. 

Duaas, Alexandre, pere, 1802-1870. 
The Black tulip. (BE 3-908.) 
The Count of Honte Cristo. (BE 204.) 

DuHaurier, Daphne, 1907-. 

La Chaine d'aaour. (BE 2-542.) 

Dunbar, Paul Lawrence. 

Day, evening, night, aorcing. 
(HE 690.) 

Dunhaa. 

Hagic is the Earth. (BE 3-451.) 

Dunhaa, Harjorie Violet Elizabeth. 
You called ae "Darling!" (BE 2-232.) 

D'Onienville, Alix. See 
Onienville, Alix D'. 

D'Onienville, Francois. See 
Onienville, Francois D'. 

Dunk, Han. 

Hary Bose. (EE 1-292.) 

Dunlop, Agnes II. B. 

A Little fire. (RE 849.) 

The Provost's jewel. (BE 850.) 

Dunn, A. F. 

A Pilgria's guide to Boae. (RE 583.) 

Dunn, Dorothy J. 

Murder's web. (EE 4-063.) 

Dunn, Hary. 

Take your seats. (RE 3-603.) 

Dunwiddie, J. Opal. 

A Hug with the faces of Mount Eushmore 
sculptured on the outer surface. 
(RE 987.) 

Dupont, Marcel, pseud. See 
Bechu, Marcel. 

Duprez, Fred. 

My wife's faaily. (RE 4-049.) 



EMI Filas, Ltd. 

Cage of gold. (EE 3-953.) 
Dancing years. (EE 1-034.) 
Happiest days of your life. 

(BE 1-033.) 
Kind hearts and coronets. (EE 1-032.) 
Landfall. (BE 1-038.) 
The Hagnet. (BE 1-043.) 
No place for Jennifer. (BE 1-037.) 
Odette. (BE 1-042.) 
Pool of London. (EE 1-044.) 
Portrait of Clare. (EE 1-036.) 
Seven days to noon. (BE 1-041.) 
State secret. (BE 1-035.) 



Eadie, Dorsen. 
Bruaas patrol. 



(EE 2-967.) 



Ealing Studios, Ltd. 

Cage of gold. (EE 3-953.) 

Kind hearts and coronets. (BE 1-032.) 

The Magnet. (BE 1-043.) 

Pool of London. (EE 1-044.) 

Eaton, Jiaay. 

Sea rovin' cowboy. (BE 1-444.) 

Ebsen, Buddy. 

Aliaony. (BE 7.) 

The Handsome stranger. (BE 8.) 

Lootless love. (BE 9.) 

Wild card. (BE 4.) 

Ebsen, Buddy. See 
Ebsen, Christian. 

Ebsen, Christian. 

I'll see ya in Korea. (BE 6.) 
Sgueezin' polka. (BE 5.) 

Eby, Hary Emma Showalter. 

Hennonite coaaunity cookbook. 
(BE 3-542.) 

Eckerson, Olive. 

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. 
(BE 2-950.) 

Editorial Argentina de Musica 
Internacional. 
Con una aentira. (BE 1-719.) 
Ecos de la Montana. (BE 1-721.) 
Hay una virgen. (EE 2-362.) 
Negrita, gueres cafe. (EE 4-141.) 

Editorial Hexicana de Musica Inter- 
nacional. 
Bandida. (RE 1-795.) 
Besos falsos. (EE 1-998.) 



Ehre, Edward. 

Best sports stories, 1950. (BE 3-472.) 

Ehrlich, Bettina. 

Cocolo's hone. (BE 2-222.) 

Einem, Gottfried Von. 

2 Sonatinen fuer Klavier. (BE 612.) 
Dantons Tod. (BE 620.) 
Serenade. (BE 619.) 
Sonate fuer Violine und Klavier. 
(BE 616.) 

Eisenschial, Otto. 

The Celebrated case of Fitz John 
Porter. (BE 2-201.) 

Eisenschial, Ralph. 

The Celebrated case of Fitz John 
Porter. (BE 2-201.) 

Eldridge, Carol. 

Lost Aaerica. (EE 1-761.) 



Elkan, Henri. 
Letter scene. 



(EE 2-909.) 



Ellington, E. A. 
The Petite waltz. 



(EE 374.) 



Ellington, Richard. 

Stone cold dead. (BE 3-905.) 

Elliott, Caraon Hills. 

Otis maintenance reference book. 

(BE 1-537.) 
Otis maintenance reference book. 

(BE 1-540.) 

Elliott, Jack. 

I still aiss you. (BE 41.) 

Sugar sweet. (EE 38.) 

That's ay religion. (EE 3-756.) 

Tiaeless. (BE 39.) 

Tiaeless. (BE 42.) 

Elliott, Jack. See 
Elliott, John M. 

Elliott, John fl. 

It's so nice to have a aan around the 

house. (BE 2-584.) 
Sugar sweet. (BE 40.) 

Elliott, John H. , Jr. 

It's so nice to have a aan around the 
house. (BE 2-584.) 

Elliott, Vicki Benet. 

It's so nice to have a aan around the 
house. (BE 2-584.) 



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141 



Ellis, Elinor Schaeffer. 

I'm gonna get a dog, like Old Mother 
Hubbard had. (HE 2-991.) 

Ellis, John. 

lou can «arry me. (BE 2-322.) 

Ellstein, ibrai. 

Oh, nana! I'm so in love. (RE 686.) 

Elwood, Huriel. 

Against the tide. (BE 366.) 



Ocaso. (RE 703.) 

Ona Traicion. (RE 706.) 

Eubanks, Halla Stuart. 

Be are the eyes from Texas & 6 I. 
(BE 2-521.) 

Evans, Anne Elizabeth. 

Anybody can do anything. (RE 1-651.) 

Evans, E. Eynon. 

Half a loaf. (RE 1-143.) 



Farm 


journal. 


(BE 


73.) 


Faro 


journal. 


(RE 


74.) 


Farn 


journal. 


(RE 


75.) 


Farm 


journal. 


(RE 


76.) 


Farm 


journal. 


(RE 


77.) 


Farm 


journal. 


(RE 


78.) 


Farm 


journal. 


(RE 


79.) 


Farm 


journal. 


(RE 


80.) 


Farm 


journal. 


(RE 


81.) 



Farmer, Cyril H. 

Festival of Britain waltz. (RE 1-290.) 



Bmer, Hichel. 

Trois fois merci. (RE 678.) 

Emerson Books, Inc. 

The Sex technique in marriage. 
(RE 3-614.) 

Emery, Anne. 

Going steady. (RE 586.) 

Emery, Valerie. 

Choral song and fugue for organ. 
(BE 3-787.) 

Emery, Halter. 

Choral song and fugue for organ. 
(RE 3-787.) 

Employee Research Section, General 
Hotors. See 
General Hotors Corporation. Employee 
Research Section. 

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. 

Britannica book of the year 1950. 

(RE 479.) 
Britannica junior. (RE 481.) 
Encyclopaedia Britannica. (BE 480.) 

Engelhardt, Beverly. 

The Family tree musta fell on me. 
(RE 371.) 

Engstrand, Stuart. 

Son of the giant. (RE 827.) 

Ennis, Ethel. 

As long as I live (I'll always love 

you) (RE 1-694.) 
Hy baby left me in this town. 

(RE 1-975.) 
When I'm gone. (RE 1-976.) 

Enterprise Electric Company. 

Enterprise appliances. (RE 3-917.) 

Erard, Clive. 

We all went down to the fair ground. 
(RE 1-271.) 

Erhardt, Edwin B. 

How to sell Latin America by mail. 
(RE 3-672.) 

Erikson, Erik H. 

Childhood and society. (RE 472.) 

Erikson, Paul. 

Say it in German. (RE 1-781.) 

Ernst, Frederic. 

French review grammar. (RE 1-435.) 

Escobedo Hernandez, Pedro. 

Si pudieras amarme. (RE 1-484.) 

Esmenard, Robert. 

Les Agriates. (RE 2-849.) 

Espenshade, Edward, Jr. 

Goode's School atlas. (RE 1-937.) 

Esquire Hagazine, Inc. 
Esquire. (BE 186.) 

Estella, Joseph H. 

Easy to play. (RE 725.) 

Estrada, Claudio. 

Luto en el alma. (RE 707.) 
Ocaso. (BE 698.) 



Evans, Hary. 

Costume throughout the ages. 
(BE 1-180.) 

Evans, Tolchard. 

Lady of Spain. (BE 2-339.) 

Everhart, Bill. 

As long as I live (I'll always love 

you) (BE 1-694.) 
Hy baby left me in this town. 
(RE 1-975.) 

Everhart, William. 

When I'm gone. (BE 1-976.) 

Evernden, Hargery. See 
Gnlbransen, Hargery E. 
Gulbransen, Hargery Evernden. 

Ewen, David. 

The Story of Irving Berlin. 
(BE 2-457.) 

Ewing, Claude H. 

Tested training techniques. (BE 585.) 

Ewing, Hontague. 

In the kitchen. (BE 1-260.) 

Exton, Elaine. 

Word from Washington. (BE 3-576.) 



Faber, F. W. 

Hark! hark, my soul. (BE 1-322.) 

Fabor, Giorgio. 

Ancora. (RE 1-725.) 

Fabor, Giorgio, pseud. See 
Borgazzi, Fabio. 

Fabca, Isi. See 
Fabra Bover, Isi. 

Fa bra Bover, Isi. 
Calor. (BE 1-045.) 
Ellas. (RE 659.) 

Fahy, Francis A. 

The Donovans. (BE 511.) 
The Donovans. (BE 512.) 

Fain, Sammy. 

Just in case we have to say goodbye 
again. (BE 2-529.) 

Faire, John. 

lou let me down. (BE 1-251.) 

Fairley, Harjorie. 

The Gainsborough glide. (BE 1-274.) 

Faith, Percy. 

Ho one but you. (RE 3-567.) 

Fallon, Carlos. 

k Variety of Fallon. (RE 2-269.) 

Farjeon, Eleanor. 

I saw a little tailor. (RE 2-893.) 
I saw a little tailor. (RE 2-894.) 

Farm Journal, Inc. 

Farm journal. (BE 70.) 
Farm journal. (BE 71.) 
Farm journal. (RE 72.) 



Farrar, Sonny. 

Not for all the dreams in dreamland. 
(BE 1-277.) 

Fawcett Publications, Inc. 

Favcett's Funny animals. (RE 147.) 

The Marvel Family. (RE 145.) 

The flarvel Family. 

The Marvel Family. 

The Harvel Family. 

The flarvel Family. 

The flarvel Family. 

The flarvel Family. 

The Harvel Family. 

The Harvel Family. 



Haster comics. 
Raster comics. 
Haster comics. 
Haster comics. 
Haster comics. 
Haster comics. 
Haster comics. 
Haster comics. 



(RE 146.) 
(RE 149.) 
(RE 152.) 
(BE 155.) 
(RE 339.) 
(RE 342.) 
(RE 343.) 
(BE 345.) 
148.) 

(BE 154.) 

(RE 340.) 

(RE 344.) 

(RE 346.) 

(RE 347.) 

(RE 348.) 

(RE 349.) 



(RE 



Fay, Sheldon P. 

I'd like to hear those spurs 

a-jinglin' Berry Christmas once 
again. (RE 2-020.) 

Fay, Sheldon Paige. 

Fiddlefoot. (RE 2-019.) 
Green dream. (RE 2-021.) 
I ain't happy. (RE 2-022.) 
Pretty girl. (RE 2-018.) 
Sally's come home. (RE 2-023.) 
!ou make heaven. (RE 2-024.) 

Feahy, Hichael, pseud. 

The Comb and paper polka. (RE 3-702.) 

Federman, Stephanie Engstrand. 
Son of the giant. (RE 827.) 

Feller, Sherman. 

Everybody's got a girl but me. 
(RE 3-266.) 

Fellman, David. 

Readings in American national 
government. (RE 3-045.) 

Fenwick, David. 

Take it easy, take it light. 
(RE 2-252.) 

Feraudy, H. De. See 
De Fe ra udy , fl. 

Fernway, Peggy, pseud. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

Ferre, cliff. 

Comanche Bose. (BE 3-828.) 

Ferril, Helen. 

The Indoor bird watcher's manual. 
(BE 2-770.) 

Ferris, Gordon F. 

Atlas of scale insects. (BE 2-002.) 

Ferris, Roxana S. 

Atlas of scale insects. (RE 2-002.) 

Feydeau, Alain. 

Theatre complet 4. (RE 2-559.) 

Feydeau, Georges. 

Theatre complet 4. (RE 2-559.) 

Field, flrs. C. 

Guardian of the river. (RE 1-265.) 



142 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JDK 



Field, Charles. 

Guardian of the river. (BE 1-265.) 

Field, Hazel E. 

An Atlas of cat anatomy. (RE 1-728.) 

Fields, Al. 

Ev'rybody wants to go to heaven, but 
nobody wants to die. (BE 2.) 

Fields, Harold Cornelius. 

The Comb and paper polka. (RE 3-702.) 
One wonderful morning. (RE 375.) 
The Yodelling ghost. (BE 2-702.) 

Fields, Irving. 

Hug me, kiss me, love me. (BE 2-577.) 

Pife, Herzl. 

Tales worth retelling. (RE 2-946.) 

Finburgh, Lee. 

Tommy, the big torn turkey. (BE 4-073.) 

Finch, Eleanor Harrison. 

Proceedings of the American Society of 
International Law, April 27-29, 
1950. (RE 322.) 

Findlay, Bruce Allyn. 

Your rugged constitution. (BE 2-001.) 

Findlay, Esther. 

Your rugged constitution. (BE 2-001.) 

Fine, Jack Wolf. 

A Hundred million sweethearts can't be 

wrong. (RE 681.) 
Sgueakin' doors an' creakin' floors. 
(HE 604.) 

Fink, David Harold. 

Be your real self. (RE 4-113. ) 

Finke, John, Jr. 

The Risen Lord. (BE 100.) 

Finzi, Gerald. 

Chorale fantasia on an old English 
tune When I survey the wondrous 
cross. (RE 3-775.) 

FioRito, Irene. 

The Wind that shakes the barley. 
(BE 996.) 



How to bold a husband (for future 

brides) (for worried wives) 

(RE 2-189.) 
Jerk in the box (caution open slowly) 

(BE 2-191.) 
Shiner, a real "black eye." 

(BE 2-193.) 

Fishlove, I. 

Billiard ball cover. (BE 2-190.) 
Falsies for that glamour look. 

(BE 2-192.) 
How to hold a husband (for future 

brides) (for worried wives) 

(RE 2-189.) 
Jerk in the box (caution open slowly) 

(RE 2-191.) 
Shiner, a real "black eye." 

(RE 2-193.) 

Fishman, Jack. 

Progress. (BE 4-145.) 
Torch song. (RE 4-146.) 

Fitt, Mary, pseud. See 
Freeman, Kathleen. 

Flachmann, Charles fiandall. 

A Melange of landmarks, old and new, 
of an historic city. Saint Louis. 
(RE 1-360.) 

Flachmann, Chuck. See 

Flachmann, Charles fiandall. 

Flammer (Harold) Inc. 

Let there be music. (BE 3-611.) 
Rejoice the Lord is King. (RE 3-612.) 
Short'nin' bread. (BE 3-610.) 

Flax, Lawrence. 

Hug me, kiss me, love me. (RE 2-577.) 

Fleischer, Marion Thorner. See 
Fletcher, Marion Thorner. 

Fleming, Elizabeth. 

The First Christmas. (HE 3-126.) 

Fleming, Nan, pseud. See 
Braun, Wilbur. 

Fletcher, Marion Thorner. 

You took away all my sunshine. 
(BE 2-992.) 



Fodor, Elisabeth. 

The Reingold [sic] (HE 1-233.) 

Foehn, Martin, pseud. See 
Bronner, Gerhardt. 

Foiack, Beinhold. 

Acki, icki, ocki, wacki. (BE 1-200.) 
Acki, icki, ocki, wacki. (RE 1-201.) 

Foley, Adrian. 

The Christmas I remember. (RE 1-278.) 

Foley, Bed. 

Heavy heart. (HE 1-183.) 

Folsom, Anne. 

The Indoor bird watcher's manual. 
(BE 2-770.) 

Fontaine, Jean DeLa. See 

LaFontaine, Jean De, 1621-1695. 

Forbes (B. C.) S Sons Publishing 
Company, Inc. See 
Forbes, Inc. 

Forbes, Inc. 

The Forbes scrapbook of thoughts on 
the business of life. (BE 3-708.) 

Ford, Ernest. 

I ain't a-goin' to let it happen no 

more. (BE 130.) 
The Lord's lariat. (BE 2-303.) 
Shot-gun boogie. (RE 2-304.) 

Ford, Ernie. 

You're just as sweet at fifty, as you 
were at twenty-five. (BE 2-608.) 

Ford, Tennessee Ernie. See 
Ford, Ernest. 

Fordham Law Beview. 

Fordham law review. (BE 3-907.) 

Fordham Oniversity, Bronx, N. Y. 
Fordham law review. (BE 317.) 

Foreman, Katherine C. 

Wagon-tongue north. (BE 3-277.) 

Foreman, L. L. See 

Foreman, Leonard London. 



FioRito, Ted. 

The Wind that shakes the barley. 
(RE 996.) 

Fischer (Carl) Inc. 

Let true love among us be. (HE 558.) 

Fischer (S.) Verlag, G.a.B.H. 

Ausgewaehlte Erzaehlungen. (BE 2-944.) 
Prosa I. (RE 2-943.) 

Fish, John Charles Lounsbury. 
The Engineering profession. 
(BE 3-275.) 

Fish, Lounsbury S. 

The Engineering profession. 
(HE 3-275.) 

Fisher, Caroline E. 

Children and the theater. (HE 2-838.) 

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield. 

Our independence and the Constitution. 

(RE 122.) 
Our independence and the Constitution. 

(HE 2-805.) 
Paul Revere and the minutemen. 

(RE 121.) 
Paul Revere and the minutemen. 

(HE 2-804.) 

Fisher, Lois J. 

Bill and his neighbors. (HE 4-066.) 

Fishlove (H.) S Company. 

Billiard ball cover. (BE 2-190.) 
Falsies for that glamour look. 
(RE 2-192.) 



Fletcher, Hax. 

You took away all my sunshine. 
(BE 2-992.) 

Fleur, Anne. 

Friendly neighbors. (RE 2-790.) 

Fleurent, Maurice. 

Mickey et Minnie. (HE 2-858.) 
(Mickey presente) Cendrillon. 
(RE 2-544.) 

Flexner, James Thomas. 

The Pocket history of American 
painting. (RE 478.) 

Floherty, John J. 

Aviation from the ground up. 

(RE 1-179.) 
Watch your step. (RE 1-172.) 

Floherty, Margaret P. 

Aviation from the ground up. 

(HE 1-179.) 
Watch your step. (BE 1-172.) 

Floren, Lee. 

Double Cross Ranch. (BE 2-525.) 
D.usty boots. (BE 2-524.) 
Eiders in the night. (RE 2-522.) 
Boiling river range. (BE 2-523.) 

Flory, Jane. 

Mister Snitzel's cookies. (BE 2-796.) 

Flour, Suzanne. 

Les Bouchees doubles. (BE 2-566.) 



Foreman, Leonard London. 

Wagon-tongue north. (BE 3-277.) 

Forero, Esther. 

Reina boringuen. (BE 1-473.) 

Forsman, Joh Vaeinoe. See 
Forsman, John Vaeinoe. 

Forsman, John Vaeinoe. 

Sonata number 1. (HE 1-836.) 

Fort, Hank. 

•Leven little helpless chillun, an' 
one po" pitiful wife. (BE 124.) 

Fortunato, Peter Michael. 

Here in my heart. (BE 3-171.) 

Fosdick, Dorothy. 

The Three meanings. (BE 2-516.) 

Fosdick, Harry Emerson. 

The Three meanings. (RE 2-516.) 

Foster, Rosemary Conway. 
Sight unseen. (RE 2-621.) 

Foster, Warren. 

I taut I taw a puddy tat. (BE 2-136.) 

Foster, Will. 

And with His stripes we are healed. 
(RE 1-321.) 

Foundling, A. B. J., pseud. See 
Herzoff, Archie. 



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143 



Fouret, Didier. 

Les Dome lutins de la Reine Hab. 
(RE 2-859.) 

Fourre, Maurice. 

La Nuit du Rose-Hotel. (RE 2-845.) 

Fowlkes, Charles. 

And that's for sure. (RE 3-280.) 
I want you to know. (RE 3-279.) 

Fox, Adam. 

Prelude to a solemn music. (RE 3-780.) 

Fox, Emmet. 

Alter your life. (RE 2-765.) 

Fox, James M., pseud. See 
Knipscheer, James H. ». 

Fox, Joseph Edward. See 
fiilson, Ira B. 

Fox (Sam) Publishing Company, Inc. 
Lady of Spain. (RE 2-339.) 

Franck, Cesar, 1822-1890. 

Variations synphoniques. (RE 1-833.) 

Frank, Adolf Steinberg-. See 
Steinberg-Frank, Adolf. 

Frank, Lester Iran. 

Rot rod with sguealing wheels. 

(RE 3-565.) 
Local yokel. (RE 3-566.) 

Frankel, Si. 

The Jolly jumping man. (RE 2-925.) 

Frank el-Brunswik, Else. 

The Authoritarian personality. 
(RE 813.) 

Frankl, Lee. 

Exterior-interior finish for the small 
house. (RE 2-120. ) 

Franklin, Dave. 

I hear a choir singing. (RE 500.) 

Franklin, Dorothy. 

I hear a choir singing. (RE 500.) 

Fraser, Samuel Ogilbie, Jr. 

Hy scrapbook of love. (RE 1-258.) 
Won't you gamble with me? (RE 1-257.) 

Frawley Enterprises. Twin Circle 
Publishing Company. 
Around the world in 80 days. 

(RE 1-561.) 
The Black tulip. (RE 3-908.) 
The Cloister E the hearth. (RE 836.) 
Julius Caesar. (RE 1-560.) 
The Han who laughs. (RE 3-393.) 
The Oregon Trail. (RE 3-394.) 
The Pilot. (RE 1-562.) 
The Scottish chiefs. (RE 2-144.) 

Freberg, Stan. 

John and Harsha. (RE 132.) 
Rag time Dan. (HE 2-326.) 
What do I want for Christmas? 
(Tou-you-you) (RE 2-302.) 

Freedman, Benedict. 

This and no more. (RE 502.) 

Freedman, Lois Nancy. 

This and no more. (RE 502.) 

Freedman, Nancy. See 
Freedman, Lois Nancy. 

Freedman, Ronald. 

Recent migration to Chicago. 
(RE 1-735.) 

Freeland, Rosemary Fleming. 

Music in the hills. (RE 1-158.) 

Freeman, Frank S. 

Theory and practice of psychological 
testing. (RE 1-438.) 



Freeman, Kathleen. 

Pity for Pamela. (RE 2-763.) 



Fregoso, Teddy. 
Yo soy, corazon. 



(RE 1-464.) 



Freitas, Frederica De. 

Avezinha caida. (RE 1-840.) 
Corrida veloz. (RE 1-839.) 
Danca da cigana. (RE 1-842.) 
Danca do palhaco. (RE 1-837.) 
Embalando o menino doecte. (RE 1-838.) 
Jogo infantil. (RE 1-841.) 



Freitas, Mary. 

Querida means darling. 



(RE 36.) 



418.) 


mself . 


E 420.) 


) 

: 1-112.) 


1-) 


1-126.) 


RE 1-128.) 


-127.) 


E 1-129.) 


: 1-122.) 


; 1-138.) 


-146.) 


;RE 1-139.) 


1-147.) 


-) 


-120.) 


14.) 


18.) 


0.) 


615.) 


RE 1-610.) 


-) 


1-) 



Freitas, Richard. 

Querida means darling. (RE 36.) 



French (Samuel) Inc. 

Catch a star. (RE 417.) 
Crime photographer. (RE 
Curiosity. (RE 421.) 
Detective in spite of hi 

(RE 4 19.) 
The Discontented cow. (R 
False colors. (RE 1-114. 
First day of summer. (RE 
Fresh as paint. (RE 1-11 
Heavens above. (RE 559.) 
Here's Howe. (RE 1-108.) 
Let's make believe. (RE 
A Little bird told me. ( 
Minstrel memories. (RE 1 
Momma and Poppa Pitz. (R 
No rhyme nor reason. (RE 
The Old man's money. (RE 
Over my dead body. (RE 1 
Paddle your own canoe. ( 
Pictures don't lie. (RE 
Plain English. (RE 1-140 
Smartypants. (RE 1-119.) 
The Sweet sisters. (RE 1 
Take it from me. (RE 1-6 
Three of a kind. (RE 1-6 
Too many dates. (RE 1-42 
Rake up and crow. (RE 1- 
Rhen dreams come true. ( 
Bho's excited? (RE 1-617 
Zeke and Daisy. (RE 1-61 

French (Samuel) Music. 
The Gorilla. (RE 1-788.) 



Freund, Robert. 

Christ and the fishermen. (RE 1-228.) 
Landscape. (RE 997.) 

Friedell, Amy V. 

Here you there? (RE 792.) 

Friedell, Harold H. 

Here you there? (RE 792.) 

Friedman, Edward w. 

All ye that cleave unto the Lord. 
(RE 2-134.) 

Friedman, Stanleigh P. 

All ye that cleave unto the Lord. 
(RE 2-134.) 

Friedman, Sydney M. 

Visual anatomy, head and neck. 
(RE 2-223.) 

Friendlich, Dick. 

Harrior forward. (RE 1-454.) 

Friml, Kay. 

Don't take away my Jesus. (RE 4-243.) 

Friml, Rudolf. 

Don't take away my Jesus. (RE 4-243.) 

Frisch, Max. 

Tagebuch, 1946-1949. (HE 3-410.) 

Friskey, M. 

Let's look ahead. (RE 2-282.) 

Friskey, Margaret Richards. 

The First Christmas. (RE 2-283.) 



Perky little engine. (RE 2-280.) 
Shoe for my pony. (BE 2-279.) 

Frost, Robert, 1874-1963. 
Doom to bloom. (HE 1-159.) 

Frost, Hilliam. 

Milton. (BE 3-759.) 
Modern poetry. (RE 3-761.) 
Renaissance poetry. (RE 3-758.) 
Romantic and Victorian poetry. 
(RE 3-760.) 

Fueloep-Miller, Rene. 

Fyodor Dostoevsky: insight, faith, and 
prophecy. (RE 4-107.) 

Fuente, Gabriel Luna DeLa. See 
Luna DeLaFuente, Gabriel. 

Fuller, Edmund. 

George Bernard Shaw: critic of western 
morale. (RE 3-793.) 

Fuller, Edward M. 

The Old-fashioned church. (RE 1-919.) 

Fuller, Hal. 

Careless words. (RE 787.) 

Fulmer, John Leonard. 

Agricultural progress in the Cotton 
Belt since 1920. (RE 630.) 

Funk, Beulah M. 

Thereby hangs a tale. (BE 1-422.) 

Funk, Charles Earle. 

Thereby hangs a tale. (RE 1-422.) 

Furber, Douglas. 

These passing shows. (RE 1-604.) 

Furber, Douglass. See 
Furber, Douglas. 

Furman, Dawn Mossman. 

Helpless heart. (BE 2-962.) 

I miss my miss from Mississippi. 

(BE 2-963.) 
I'll still keep loving you. 

(BE 2-964.) 
Lotus blue. (RE 2-961.) 



Gabura, Isabelle Rose. 

Just you and I. (RE 2-660.) 

Gaddis, Peggy. 

Back home. (BE 2-272.) 

Come into my heart. (BE 2-275.) 

Gaebelein, Frank E. 

Exploring the Bible. (RE 1-427.) 

Gaines, Diana. 

Tasker Martin. (BE 1-769.) 

Galensky, Richard C. 

At twilight time. (RE 731.) 

Galensky, Richard Chester. 
Because of you. (RE 732.) 

Gall, Alice Crew. 

Here and there and everywhere. 
(RE 1-931.) 

Galla-Rini, Anthony. 

Masguerade suite. (RE 575.) 

Gallico, Paul. 

The Abandoned. (HE 2-754.) 

Gallico, Robert L. 

The Abandoned. (RE 2-754.) 

Gallico, Hilliam T. 

The Abandoned. (RE 2-754.) 



144 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



Galloway, Gerald B. 

Back to God. America. (BE 3-134. ) 

Galloway, Lorena Belle. 

Back to God, America. (BE 3-434.) 

Galyon, Cotton. 

My conscience. (RE 1-7 13.) 

Gama, Bafael. 

La Nicolasa. (BE 693.) 
La Nicolasa. (RE 694.) 

Gamse, Albert. 

Coaltniner polka. (RE 3-149.) 
Forever faithful. (RE 3-379.) 
Hoosha shoosha. (RE 3-382.) 
Hug me, kiss me, love ne. (RE 2-577.) 
Hug your jug. (RE 3-380.) 

Gannett, Lewis. 

Cry the beloved country. (RE 4-106.) 

Gannon, Kim. 

A Little rag doll. (RE 994.) 
A Little rag doll. (RE 995.) 
Music for Madame. (RE 991.) 

Gardel. See 

Gardel, Carlos. 

Gardel, Carlos. 

Hay una virgen. (RE 2-362.) 

Gardiner, Harold C. 

The Great books, a Christian 
appraisal. (RE 1-532.) 

Garofalo, Paul Joseph. 

The Children's waltz. (BE 1-824.) 

Garrison, Garnet R. 

Radio and television. (RE 889.) 

Garson, Mort. 

Plaything. (RE 358.) 

Garst, Doris Shannon. 

Crazy Horse, great warrior of the 

Sioux. (RE 4-065.) 
Hill Rogers: immortal cowboy. 
(RE 3-796.) 

Garth, Helen Meredith. 

Saint Mary Magdalene in mediaeval 
literature. (RE 570.) 

Garve, Andrew. 

Fontego's folly. (RE 801.) 

No tears for Hilda. (RE 4-059.) 

Garza, Felipe Bojalil. See 
Bojalil Garza, Felipe. 

Gasper, Paul J. 

Why did I ever doubt you? (BE 3-366.) 

Gass, Aubrey A. 

Look me up. (RE 277.) 

Gasser, Henry M. 

Casein painting: methods and 
deaonstrations. (BE 290.) 

Gaudry, Marcelle. See 

Lemoine, Marcelle Gaudry. 

Gay, Zhenya. | 

Confessions of an English 4piu m eater. 
(RE 3-805.) 

Gayfer, James M. 

Suite for woodwind quintette. 
(RE 507.) 

Gayle, Tim. 

Anna from Havana. (BE 765.) 

Geary, Clifford N. 

Arctic venture. (BE 2-348.) 

Gelfan, Lewis David. 

The Embroidered city. (BE 1-443.) 



Gelo, John. 

To my little Mary. (RE 2-653.) 

General Electric Supply Corporation. 
Traffic appliances and radio catalog. 
(RE 3-920.) 

General Motors Corporation. 
How to use the Beading ease 
calculator. (BE 1-456.) 

General Motors Corporation. Employee 
Besearch Section. 
How to use the Reading ease 
calculator. (RE 1-456.) 

Genesta DeArcaraz, Maria DeLaPaz. See 
Arcaraz, Maria DeLaPaz Genesta De. 

Gennarelli, Paolo. 

•Ha casarella. (BE 1-723.) 

Gentil, Paguito. 

Tomara que chova. (BE 716.) 

Gentil, Bomeu. 

Tomara que chova. (RE 716.) 

Geoffrey, Wallace. 

The Perfect woman. (BE 3-595.) 

George, Don. 

My mother told me. (BE 11.) 

George, George Warren. 

Willie, the whistling giraffe. 
(BE 3-704.) 

George, Thomas R. 

Willie, the whistling giraffe. 
(RE 3-704.) 

Gephart, Joseph C. 

The New York times index. (BE 2-632.) 

The New York times index. (BE 2-871.) 

The New York times index. (RE 2-872.) 

The New York' times index. (BE 3-536.) 

Gerald, Thomas J. 

How do I love thee? (RE 2-288.) 

Gerard, Jeanne Francoise. See 

Ghelderode, Jeanne Francoise Gerard 
De. 

Gerber, Heinz Joseph. 

The Gerber variable scale. (BE 2-638.) 

The Gerber Scientific Instrument 
Company. 
The Gerber variable scale. (RE 2-638.) 

Gerlinger, Irene Hazard. 

Mistresses of the White House. 
(RE 3-220. .) 

Ghelderode, Jeanne Francoise Gerard De. 
Theatre I. (RE 2-561.) 

Ghelderode, Michel De. 
Theatre I. (RE 2-561.) 

Giacobetti, Giovanni. 

Dillo (se mi vuoi ben!) (RE 4-121.) 

Dillo (se mi vuoi ben!) (BE 4-122.) 

Dillo (se mi vuoi ben!) (RE 4-123.) 

Gibb, Robert W. 

Light of the world. (RE 916.) 
Oh, for a closer walk with God. 
(BE 917.) 

Gibbs, Wolcott. 

Season in the sun. (RE 1-621.) 

Gibbs, Wolcott, Jr. 

Season in the sun. (RE 1-621.) 

Giberson, Lyman F. 

Don't fool around with my heart. 
(RE 1-544.) 

Gidal, Nachum Tim. 

Meir Shfeya, a children's village in 
Israel. (RE 369.) 



Gidal, Sonia. 

Meir Shfeya, a children's village in 
Israel. (BE 369.) 

Giese, Paul. 

Ein Lied aus Bio De Janeiro. 
(RE 3-408.) 

Gil, Charro. 

Vida azul. (RE 1-798.) 

Gil, Charro. See 
Gil, Felipe. 

Gil, Felipe. 

Vida azol. (BE 2-835.) 

Gilbert, A. T. See 
Wilson, Ira B. 

Gilbert, Kenneth. 

Arctic venture. (BE 2-348.) 

Gilbert, Leon Martin. 

New England story. (BE 1-209.) 

Gill, Betty Anne. 

Combustion engines manual. (BE 3-835.) 

Gill, Harold William. 

The Cross-country hillbillies. 
(BE 2-533.) 

Gill, Margaret. 

The Birds. (BE 2-965.) 

Celtic snapshots. (RE 1-276.) 

The Streamlet's lullaby. (RE 2-966.) 

Gill, Paul W. 

Combustion engines manual. (RE 3-835.) 

Gill, Robert. 

The Birds. (RE 2-965.) 

Celtic snapshots. (RE 1-276.) 

The Streamlet's lullaby. (RE 2-966.) 

Gillis, Barbara. 

The Man who invented music. 

(RE 1-855.) 
This is our America. (RE 1-856.) 
Tulsa, a symphonic portrait in oil. 

(RE 1-854.) 

Gillis, Don. 

The Han who invented music. 

(BE 1-855.) 
This is our America. (BE 1-856.) 
Tulsa, a symphonic portrait in oil. 

(BE 1-854.) 

Gilmore, Bessie Patten. 

When Jesus speaks my name. (RE 1-906.) 

Gilpin, Mabel. 

That sweet little Sally (I met at the 
Palais) (RE 1-283.) 

Ginsburg, Arnold R. 

Remington on bankruptcy. (BE 1-168.) 

Ginsbury, Norman. 

A Doll's house. (RE 3-038.) 

Gipson, Fred. See 

Gipson, Frederick Benjamin. 

Gipson, Frederick Benjamin. 
The Home place. (BE 3-604.) 

Gipson, Thomas Beckton. 

The Home place. (BE 3-604.) 

Giral Casanovas, Conrado. 

Perdimos la ocasion. (BE 1-207.) 

Giraudoux, Jean. 

The Enchanted. (BE 1-116.) 

Giuggio, Laura. 

Darn my imagination. (RE 2-973.) 

Glass, Bentley. See 
Glass, H. Bentley. 



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Glass, H. Bentley. 

Copper metabolism, a symposium on 
animal, plant and soil relation- 
ships. (RE 572.) 

Glasscock, Joyce. 

Coiiboy Eddie. (BE 2-792.) 

Glendevon, Elizabeth nary. Lady. 
Cakes and ale. (RE 2-802.) 

Glide, Harry. 

Chick, chick, chicken. (RE 3U.) 

Glinka, Mikhail, 1804-1857. 

Chanson hebraigue. (RE 2-400.) 

Globe Book Company, Inc. 

The idventures of Sherlock Holmes. 

(RE 2-950.) 
Black Beauty. (RE 2-951.) 
Kidnapped. (RE 2-919.) 
Moby Dick. (RE 2-94 7.) 
Tales worth retelling. (RE 2-946.) 
Buthering heights. (RE 2-948.) 

Gloria Productions, Inc. 
The Scarf. (RE 4-116.) 

Glover, Henry Bernard. 

The Family tree musta fell on me. 

(RE 371.) 
Walk that mess. (RE 370.) 
Your love is getting me down. 

(BE 372.) 

Goarnisson, Jean. 

Guide medical africain. (RE 2-571.) 

Gobera, Rosa Maria Bojalil De. See 

Bojalil DeGobera, Rosa Maria. 

Godden, Jon, pseud. See 
Baughan, Mrs. R. H. K. 

Godwin. 

Be ye kind one to another. (RE 3-072.) 
David becomes King. (RE 3-071.) 

Goebel, Patricia T. 

I'll be back. (RE 135.) 

Put it in Jerry's room. (RE 134.) 

Goellner, Fritz. 

Die Bimmel-bammel-bummelbahn. 
(RE 3-644.) 

Goes, Albrecht. 

Gedichte, 1930-1950. (RE 3-816.) 

Goetz, Austin. 

Hhen dreams come true. (RE 1-610.) 

Goldberg, Irma S. 

Willie, the whistling giraffe. 
(BE 3-704.) 

Goldberg, Rube. 

The Hoise song. (RE 3-854.) 
Billie, the whistling giraffe. 

(RE 3-704.) 
Billie, the whistling giraffe. 

(RE 3-855.) 

Goldsworthy, Nadine. 

Hail, King of glory. (RE 1-775.) 



Gomez, Johnny. See 
Carter, Benny. 

Gomez, Luis. 

Alegria. (RE 1-499.) 

Gomez, Luis, pseud. See 
Bhiteson, Lou. 

Goneconto, Edith Kathleen. 

You're precious to me. (RE 2-287.) 

Goneconto, Peter J. 

You're precious to me. (RE 2-287.) 

Gonzaga, Luiz, pseud. See 

Nascimento, Luiz Gonazaga Do. 

Gonzaga DoNascimento, Luiz. See 
Nascimento, Luiz Gonzaga Do. 

Gonzalez, Israel. See 

Gonzalez Palacios, Israel. 

Gonzalez Palacios, Israel. 
Betun. (RE 1-508.) 
Por gue te enganas. (RE 1-496.) 

Goodenough, Tap. 

Skeet and trapshooting. (HE 2-968.) 

Goodhart, 11. 

I was the last one to hear. 
(RE 3-705.) 

Goodhart, Eleanor. 

I was the last one to hear. 
(BE 3-705.) 

Gordon, Caroline. See 
Tate, Caroline Gordon. 

Gordon, Dexter. 

Dexter rides again. (RE 1-996.) 

Gordon, Harry. 

My land. (RE 432.) 

Gordon, Irving. 

Marriage ties. (RE 2-253.) 

Save a little sunbeam for a rainy, 

rainy day. (RE 2-250.) 
Take it easy, take it light. 
(RE 2-252.) 

Gordon, Leslie. 

Sunshine street. (RE 1-266.) 

Gorman, Claire. 

The Breast of the dove. (BE 2-453.) 

Gorman, Herbert. 

The Breast of the dove. (RE 2-453.) 

Goshawk, Evelyn. 

Heave away my Johnny and other mimes. 
(BE 2-537.) 

Gottler, Archie. 

I didn't expect it from you. (BE 35.) 

Gottschalkson, Falk Felix. 

Additional booklet on Number Jack. 

(BE 1-230.) 
Second additional booklet on Number 
Jack. (RE 1-231.) 



Gounod, Charles Francois, 1818-1893. 
Balletmusik fra "Faust." (RE 1-832.) 
Glory to God. (RE 3-255.) 

Goyen, William. 

The House of breath. (BE 1-743.) 

Grabscheid, Henry Gustave. 
That's the idea. (RE 2-910.) 

Graf, Paul Steyer. 

Renascent. (BE 1-543.) 

Graff, Ellen S. 

Diggin' for old black coal. (BE 794.) 

Grafton, C. H. 

Beyond a reasonable doubt. (BE 2-451.) 

Graham, Mona, pseud. See 
Roos, Joanna. 

Grainger, Ella. 

Marionette douce. (BE 3-136.) 
The Power of love. (RE 3-128.) 
Puellare gremium. (BE 3-135.) 
Sanctus. (BE 3-129.) 

Grainger, Percy Aldridge, 1882-1961. 
Marionette douce. (BE 3-136.) 
The Power of love. (RE 3-128.) 
Puellare gremium. (BE 3-135.) 
Sanctus. (BE 3-129.) 

Granahan, Lolita. 

Finlandia, the story of Sibelius. 
(BE 2-455.) 

Grant, Bruce. 

Leather braiding. (BE 2-752.) 

Grant, Catherine B. 

Leather braiding. (BE 2-752.) 

Grant, Gail. 

The Technical manual and dictionary of 
classical ballet. (BE 1-865.) 

Grant, Neil. 

The Three kisses. (BE 1-607.) 

Granville, Charles Norman. 

The Granville vocal study plan. 
(RE 459.) 

Granville, Ethel. 

The Granville vocal study plan. 
(BE 459.) 

Grasshoff, Fritz. 

Drei Rosen sah' ich bluehen. 

(BE 3-399.) 
Kaept'n Bay-Bay. (BE 3-401.) 
Kaept'n Bay-Bay. (RE 3-402.) 
signorina, rina, rina. (BE 3-400.) 
Sascha-Sascha. (RE 3-403.) 

Graves, Beverly. 

Down by the lilac tree. (RE 2-605.) 
Every day is Mother's Day. (RE 2-606.) 
I'll go all the way with you, my 

darlin". (RE 2-604.) 
Ten gallon bonnet. (BE 2-607.) 

Gravett, Charles. 

A Bowler hat and bonnet. (RE 797.) 



Goldsworthy, Billiam A. 

Hail, King of glory. (BE 1-775.) 

Goldwyn (Samuel) Productions. 
Edge of doom. (BE 1-770.) 

Goldwyn (Samuel) Productions, Inc. 
Edge of doom. (BE 1-770.) 

Goll. 

The Petrified giant. (BE 3-521.) 

Gollan, William J. 
Contact. (BE 1-328.) 

Gomez, Agustin Novo a. See 
Novoa Gomez, Agustin. 



Gottshall, Franklin H. 

Making useful things of wood. (BE 43.) 

Gouin, Marie— Louise. See 

Balsan, Marie-Louise Gouin. 

Gould, Louis Evans. 

Heaven's television screen. 
(BE 4-138.) 

Gould, Octavia B. 

Binter, adieu! (BE 1-325.) 

Goulding, Edmund George. 
Waltz. (BE 2-382.) 



Green, Albert B. 

My best gal. (BE 3-306.) 

Bho owns the joint? (BE 3-377.) 

Green, Bernard. 

Magyar melody. (BE 3-475.) 

Green, Gerald. 

His Majesty O'Keefe. (BE 3-792.) 

Greene, Mort. 

I'm breakin' my back, puttin' up a 

front for you. (BE 1-759.) 
I'm breakin' my back, puttin' up a 

front for you. (BE 1-808.) 

Greene, Sylvia. 

Forever faithful. (BE 3-379.) 



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JAN-JON 



Greene, Sylvia. (CON.) 

Hoosha shoosha. (BE 3-382.) 
Hug your jug. (RE 3-380.) 

Greenleaf, Stewart William. 

Firewall boiler with consumer head. 
(RE 1-229.) 

Gregor, Alfred Earnest. 
Ronale. (RE 2-996.) 

Greulich, William Walter. 

Radiographic atlas of skeletal 

development of the hand and wrist. 
(RE 1-999.) 

Grever, Charles. 

Now that you know. (RE 1-750.) 

Grever, Maria. 

Now that you know. (RE 1-750.) 

Grider, Dorothy. 

Cowboy Eddie. (RE 2-792.) 

The Story of Toby. (RE 2-795.) 

Gridley, Marion E. 

Hiawatha. (RE 1-941.) 

Grieg, Edvard Hagerup, 1813-1907. 
Brumbasken i bumba. (RE 3-945.) 

Grieg, Edward. See 

Grieg, Edvard Hagerup, 1843-1907. 

Griffin, Bill. 

I'm trying to remember to forget. 

(RE 1-708.) 
It' s all over but the tears. 

(RE 1-710.) 

Grime, Herschel E. 

Making mathematics work. (RE 4-069.) 

Grimes, Carol. 

The Ghost of the fiddler. (RE 1-815.) 
Maggie, get a hammer. (HE 1-8 12.) 
Patricia. (RE 1-814.) 

Take a letter. Miss Smith. (RE 1-813.) 
Hay, way out in left field. 
(RE 1-816.) 

Grimes, Herschel. See 
Grime, Herschel E. 

Grimwood, Wendy. 

A H Oman's place. (RE 3-594.) 

Grissam, Irene Welch. 
Desert-wed. (RE 1-300.) 

Grodinsky, Julius. 

The Iowa pool: a study in railroad 
competition, 1870-84. (RE 3-138.) 

Grodinsky, Sara. 

The Iowa pool: a study in railroad 
competition, 1870-84. (RE 3-138.) 

Groneman, Chris H. 

Leather tooling and carving. 
(RE 1-861.) 

Groover, Mary Louis. 

Carol of the questioning child. 
(RE 4-237.) 

Grossman, Bernie. 

After I've called you sweetheart (how 
can I call you friend) (RE 2-789.) 

Grossman, Julius. 

Halleluyah day. (RE 1-194.) 

Grossnickle, Foster E. 

Study guide for How to make arithmetic 
meaningful. (RE 2-626.) 

Mme. Gruber. See 

Gruber, George Bernstein. 

Gruber, George Bernstein. 
Victor. (BE 2-868.) 



Grueber, Franz. 

Holy night. (RE 2-814.) 



Guedel, John. 

People are funny. 



(RE 2-685.) 



Guehenno, Jean. 

Jean-Jacques. (BE 2-568.) 

Guerard, Albert J. 

Introduction to Heart of darkness 6 
Secret sharer, by Joseph Conrad. 
(RE 2-586.) 
Night journey. (RE 2-393.) 

Guerin, Esther Sonia Benjacob. 
Empedocle. (RE 2-867.) 

Guerin, Raymond. 

Empedocle. (RE 2-867.) 

Guerin, Mme. Raymond. See 

Guerin, Esther Sonia Benjacob. 

Guerriere, Lewis Salvatore. 

Darn my inagination. (RE 2-973.) 

Guibor, Clara Meara. 

Cross-word puzzle seatwork. 

(RE 3-425.) 
Cross-word puzzle seatwork. 

(BE 3-426.) 
Cross-word puzzle seatwork. 

(RE 3-427.) 
Cross-word puzzle seatwork. 

(BE 3-428.) 
Cross-word puzzle seatwork. 

(RE 3-429.) 
My cross-word puzzle-book. (RE 3-424.) 
My cross-word puzzle-book. (RE 3-430.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(RE 3-415.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(RE 3-416.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(RE 3-417.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(BE 3-418.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(BE 3-419.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(BE 3-420.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(BE 3-421.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(BE 3-422.) 
Primary educational seatwork. 

(RE 3-423.) 

Guillemot, Gilbert. 

Lully, petit violon du roi. 
(BE 2-857.) 

Guillemot-Magitot, Germaine. 
Lully, petit violon du roi. 
(BE 2-857.) 

Guillot, Gisele Marie Lucette Heurand. 
Les Compagnons de la fortune. 
(RE 2-855.) 

Guillot, Rene. 

Les Compagnons de la fortune. 
(BE 2-855.) 

Guillot, Madame Bene. See 

Guillot, Gisele Marie Lucette Heurand. 

Guion, David W. 

Love's supremacy. (BE 3-119.) 

Gulbransen, Margery E. 

Knight of Florence. (RE 235.) 

Gulbransen, Margery Evernden. 
The Sword with the golden hilt. 
(RE 831.) 

Gulick, George S. 

American jurisprudence. (BE 2-785.) 
American law reports annotated. 
(RE 4-083.) 



Gundersen, Ann H. 

You're an angel in disguise. 

(HE 2-285.) 
You're everything I want to possess. 

(RE 2-286.) 
You're my ecstasy. (RE 2-284.) 

Gunn, James E. 

Contributions by Edwin James, pseud, 
of James E. Gunn. (BE 3-813.) 

Gunnell, Edith. 

Jelly bean rag. (RE 1-029.) 

Guthrie, A. B., Jr. 

History with a hold on. (BE 1-777.) 
The Oregon Trail. (BE 2-703.) 

Gutierrez, Vita. 

El Duce, el ron y el Habano. 
(BE 1-495.) 

Gutman, John. 

-Man in the moon. (RE 1-704.) 

Gwynne, Michael. 

Waltz coquette. (BE 1-263.) 



Haaksma, Mrs. Anthony. 

The Jew and Palestine in prophecy. 
(BE 747.) 

Haas, Kenneth B. 

Preparation and use of audio-visual 

aids. (RE 886.) 
Tested training techniques. (RE 585.) 

Haas, Rosamond Edwards. 

This time this tide. (BE 1-784.) 

Hackett, Walter A. 

Radio plays for young people. 
(BE 2-517.) 

Hadler, Rosemary, pseud. See 
Lorenz, Ellen Jane. 

Hafen, LeBoy B. 

Western America. (BE 2-716.) 

Hagedorn, Hermann. 

To a wild rose. (BE 933.) 

Hague, Albert. 

I'll never be lonely again. 

(BE 1-749.) 
I'll never be lonely again. 

(RE 2-027.) 

Hairston, Jester. 

Mary, Mary, where is your baby? 

(BE 137.) 
Oh rocka my soul. (BE 138.) 
Poor man Lazrus. (BE 136.) 

Hale, Garth, pseud. See 

Cunningham, Albert Benjamin. 

Hale, Janet R. 

The Dwellings of colonial America. 
(RE 632.) 

Hall, Brenda. 

Love me. (BE 3-841.) 

Love, poets write about. (BE 3-836.) 

People under the skin. (BE 3-838.) 

Solitaire blues. (BE 3-840.) 

When I'm married to you. (BE 3-839.) 

When you ain't got a mate. (BE 3-837.) 

Hall, Eleanor Horse. 

Music report. (RE 3-865.) 

Hall, Harry Bolander, Jr. 

Why don't you stay out of my dreams? 
(HE 3-858.) 

Hall, K. M. E. 

The Belfry as usual. (BE 1-144.) 



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Hall, Lowell. 

Let's do a square dance. (RE 1-549.) 

Hall, Lowell .1. 

Let's do a square dance. (RE 1-549.) 

Hall, Marion Richard. 

Fly red, red rose is now pure white. 
(RE 2-742.) 

Hall, Ruth Mason. 

Index to Handicrafts, modelmaking and 
workshop projects. (RE 2-656.) 

Hall, Wendell Hoods. 

Let's do a square dance. (RE 1-549.) 

Hall, Hendell Hoods, Jr. 

Let's do a square dance. (RE 1-549- ) 

Hallenbeck, Cleve. 

Land of the conguistadores. 
(RE 3-462.) 

Haller, Hanns. 

Henn wir uns einst wiedersehen. 
(RE 3-647.) 

Halliday, Brett, pseud. See 
Dresser, Davis. 

Hallock, Adelia Cobb. 

The Minister's manual. (BE 3-044.) 

Hallock, G. B. F. See 

Hallock, Gerard Benjamin Fleet. 

Hallock, Gerard Benjamin Fleet. 

The Hinister's manual. (RE 3-0114.) 

Hallock, Hirianna C. 

Tha Minister's manual. (BE 3-044.) 

Halmos, Paul R. 

Heasure theory. (RE 333.) 

Halpin, James Joseph. 

Childhood days. (RE 3-311.) 

Hamblen, Stuart. 

Condemnation. (RE 1-15 4.) 

Cowboy church. (RE 490.) 

Everybody calls me honey. (RE 1-153.) 

Hamburger, Philip. 

Counting the votes. (BE 2-526.) 

Hamilton, Donald. 

Border twice told. (BE 2-345.) 

Hamilton, Pat. 

Murder twice told. (EE 2-345.) 

Hammed, Tosh. 

I jus' ain't feelin' right. 
(RE 2-997.) 

Hammerstein, Oscar, 2d, 1895-1960. 
It's a grand night for singing. 
(BE 724.) 

Hammet, Dashiell. 

L'Introuvable. (RE 2-851.) 

Hammond (C. S.) 6 Company. 
Canada. (BE 1-151.) 
Finland. (BE 1-149.) 
Hammond's Atlas of the Bible lands. 

(RE 1-148.) 
Maritime Provinces and adjacent 
territories. (RE 1-150.) 

Hammond, Inc. 

Canada. (RE 1-151.) 

Finland. (RE 1-149.) 

Hammond's Atlas of the Bible lands. 

(RE 1-148.) 
Maritime Provinces and adjacent 
territories. (RE 1-150.) 

Hand, Andrus Jackson. 

Fiddlefoot. (BE 2-019.) 
Pretty girl. (BE 2-018.) 



Hand, Jim. 

Lost and found blues. (RE 1-184.) 

Handman, Lou. 

I solemnly swear. (RE 979.) 

Handrich, Emmanuel. 

Les Souliers rouges et autres contes. 
(RE 2-554.) 

Hanmer, Ronald. 

Blue for a boy. (BE 1-288.) 

Hannah, Halter. 

Little boy blues. (RE 3-456.) 

Hansen, Harry. 

North of Manhattan: persons and places 
of old Hestchester. (RE 1-242.) 

Hansen, Ruth. 

North of Manhattan: persons and places 
of old Hestchester. (RE 1-242.) 

Happy Fats, pseud. See 
LeBlanc, LeRoy. 

Haraldsted, Leif. 

Balletmusik fra "Faust." (BE 1-832.) 
Casse noisette. (RE 1-830.) 
Coppelia. (RE 1-846.) 
Designs with strings. (RE 1-831.) 
Fyrst Igor: Polovjetzkiske kvinders 

dans. (RE 1-827.) 
Giselle. (RE 1-843.) 
Konservatoriet. (RE 1-845.) 
Napoli. (RE 1-844.) 
Svanesoeen. (RE 1-829.) 
Variations symphonigues. (RE 1-833.) 

Barbin, E. o. 

Gay parties for all occasions. 
(RE 2-664.) 

Harbin, Thomas. 

Gay parties for all occasions. 
(RE 2-664.) 

Hardwick, Alleta Starr. 

The Legend of the Limestone Hills. 
(RE 989.) 

Harford, Frank. 

Boiled crawfish. (RE 1-859.) 

Hargrove, Pauline. 

Bashful rascal. (EE 1-012.) 

Baring, Alma M. 

The Children's letter to the Onited 
Nations. (BE 3-127.) 

Harkness, Georgia. 

Through Christ our Lord. (BE 2-663.) 

Harnsbergur, Caroline Thomas. 
The Lincoln treasury. (BE 738.) 

Harper, Daisy H. 

Yo yo rag. (RE 4-251.) 

Harper, Herbert Hayne. 
Yo yo rag. (RE 4-251.) 

Harper, Jimmy. 

What a referee! (RE 1-452.) 

Harper S Bow, Publishers, Inc. 

The Hay of all flesh. (RE 1-152.) 

Harrell, Scotty. 

Can't understand a woman (who can't 
understand her man) (RE 2-318.) 

Harrington, 1. Clark. 

Love's supremacy. (BE 3-119.) 

Harris, Aurand. 

And never been kissed. (RE 197.) 

Harris, Bobby. 

You taught me to love like this. 
(RE 3-317.) 



Harris, Eddie. 

Black chariot blues. (BE 1-692.) 
Mama's boogie. (RE 1-968.) 

Harris, Harry. 

He's such a gentleman. (RE 3-649.) 
I'm at that perfect age. (RE 3-648.) 

Harris, B. Laird. 

Introductory Hebrew grammar. 
(RE 2-261.) 

Harris, Robert. 

I got a right. (RE 1-666.) 

Harris, Seale. 

Homan's surgeon: the life story of J. 
Marion Sims. (BE 3-053.) 

Harris, Hilliam H. 

Prelude to a solemn music. (RE 3-780.) 
Strengthen ye the weak hands. 

(RE 3-784.) 
There sits a bird (on yonder tree) 

(RE 3-781.) 
There sits a bird on yonder tree. 

(RE 3-782.) 

Harrison, Elizabeth Cavanna Headley. 
The Ghost wore white. (RE 3-179.) 

Harrison, Leon. 

Don't leave me now. (RE 1-994.) 

Harrison, Mary Roberts. 
Lost America. (RE 1-761.) 

Hart, Bob. 

Tell me pretty baby. (RE 3-281.) 

Hartford Music Company. 

Blessed assurance. (BE 1-294.) 
Living praise. (RE 1-296.) 

Hartley, Ray. 

Hy baby told me that she loves me. 
(BE 2-530.) 

Hartmann, Ernst. 

La Collina. (RE 6 11.) 

Harvard Oniversity. President and 
Fellows of Harvard College. 
Review of economics and statistics. 

(RE 1-254.) 
Review of economics and statistics. 
(RE 3-636.) 

Harvey, John J. 

The Science of chance, from 

probability to statistics. (RE 524.) 

Harwell, Richard Barksdale. 
Confederate music. (RE 631.) 

Hassall, Christopher. 

All's well tonight. (RE 2-921.) 
Living a dream. (BE 2-919.) 
March of the redcoats. (RE 1-280.) 
Spring will sing a song for you. 
(EE 2-920.) 

Hassall, E. 

All's well tonight. (BE 2-921.) 
Living a dream. (BE 2-919.) 
March of the redcoats. (RE 1-280.) 
Spring will sing a song for you. 
(RE 2-920.) 

Hassett, Roland Blenner-. See 
Blenner-Hassett, Boland. 

Hastings, Charlotte. 
Bona venture. (RE 202.) 
Bonaventure. (RE 566.) 

Hastings College of the Law, San 
Francisco. 
The Hastings law journal. (RE 2-102.) 
The Hastings law journal. (RE 2-103.) 

Hastings House, Publishers, Inc. 
The Stevensons: Louis and Fanny. 
(RE 1-241.) 



1l»8 



GENERALS 



JAN-JUN 



Hatch, Alden. 

George Patton. (RE a- 1 12. ) 

Hatch, Allene Gaty. 

George Patton. (RE U- 1 12. ) 

Hatcher, Harlan. 

A Century of iron and men. (RE 2-207.) 

Hatrak, E. S. 

Wilkes Barre polka. (BE 3-335.) 

Hauman, Doris. 

George tiacDonald's At the back of the 
north wind. (RE 3-057.) 

Hauman, George. 

George MacDonald's At the back of the 
north wind. (RE 3-057.) 

Hausmann, Manfred. 

Einer muss wachen. (RE 3-815.) 

Hawes, Adelaide. 

The Falley of tall grass. (RE 1-298.) 

Hawk, Sarah Stinchfield. 

Speech therapy for the physically 
handicapped. (RE 2-364.) 

Hawkins Electric Company. Decatur 
Supply DiTision. 
Electrical appliances, 1950-51. 
(RE 3-918.) 

Haworth, Floyd B. 

Laboratory manual for Elementary 
statistical methods, as applied to 
business and economic data. 
(RE 3-051.) 

Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809. 

Man in the moon. (RE 1-704.) 

Hayes, Joseph. 

Too many dates. (BE 1-120.) 
Turn back the clock. (BE 3-219.) 

Hayes, Marrijane. 

Too many dates. (RE 1-420.) 
Turn back the clock. (RE 3-219.) 

Haymes, Bob. 

An Old fashioned hayride. (RE 2-976.) 

Haynes, George. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. (RE 4-048.) 

Haynes, Henry Doyle. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. (BE 4-048.) 

Haynes, Homer. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. (RE 1-017.) 

Haynes, Homer. See 
Haynes, Henry Doyle. 

Haynes, Kenneth. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. (RE 4-048.) 

Haynes, Tracy. 

Disc jockey's nightmare. (RE 4-048.) 

Haywood, E. 

The Maid of Shanagolden. (RE 1-273.) 

Haywood, James. 

The Maid of Shanagolden. (BE 1-273.) 

Hazel, Edward Simpson. 

Figure of boy with wheelbarrow. 

(RE 3-551.) 
Figure of rabbit sitting by stump. 
(RE 3-552.) 

Hazel, Vanita M. 

Figure of boy with wheelbarrow. 

(RE 3-551.) 
Figure of rabbit sitting by stump. 

(BE 3-552.) 

Hazelwood, Eddie. 

The Gypsy told me. (RE 451.) 



Headley, Elizabeth Cavanna. See 

Harrison, Elizabeth Cavanna Headley. 



Heap, James. 

Honk your horn. 



(RE 458.) 



Heard, Alexander George. 

Southern primaries and elections. 
(BE 3-859.) 



The Hears 
House b 
House b 
Popular 

(BE 1 
Popular 

(RE 1 
Popular 

(BE 1 
Popular 

(BE 2 
Popular 

(RE 3 
Sports 
Sports 
Sports 
Sports 
Sports 



t Corporati 
eautiful. ( 
eautiful. ( 

mechanics 
-648.) 

mechanics 

649.) 

mechanics 
-650.) 

mechanics 

225.) 

mechanics 

481.) 
afield, 
afield, 
afield, 
afield, 
afield. 



(RE 
(BE 
(BE 
(RE 
(BE 



on. 

BE 2-341.) 

BE 2-342.) 

magazine. 

magazine. 

magazine. 

magazine. 

magazine. 

1-429.) 
1-430.) 
1-431.) 
1-432.) 
2-774.) 



The Hearst Corporation. 
Hetrotone News. 
News of the day. 
News of the day. 
News of the day. 
News of the day. 
News of the day. 
News of the day. 
News of the day. 



Hearst 



(BE 1-553.) 
(BE 1-554.) 
(BE 1-555.) 
(BE 1-556.) 
(BE 1-557.) 
1-558.) 
1-559.) 



(BE 
(RE 



Hearst Hetrotone News, a division of The 
Hearst Corporation. See 
The Hearst Corporation. Hearst 
Hetrotone News. 



Hearst Hetrotone News, 
News of the day. (RE 



Inc. 
1-553.) 



Dews of the day. (RE 1-554.) 

News of the day. (RE 1-555.) 

News of the day. (BE 1-556.) 

News of the day. (BE 1-557.) 

News of the day. (RE 1-558.) 

News of the day. (BE 1-559.) 

Heath, James P. 

Atlas of cat anatomy. (BE 2-007.) 

Heath, Buth Hary. 

Atlas of cat anatomy. (BE 2-007.) 

Heaviside. Oliver. 

Electromagnetic theory. (RE 4-014.) 

Heicher, H. K. W. See 

Heicher, Mario Karl Wordsworth. 

Heicher, Harlo Karl Wordsworth. 

The Hinister's manual. (RE 3-044.) 

Heicher, Winchester H. 

The Hinister's manual. (RE 3-044.) 

Helger, Lutz. 

Das darf nicht wahr sein. (BE 1-202.) 

Das darf nicht wahr sein. (BE 1-203.) 

Das darf nicht wahr sein. (BE 1-204.) 

Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961. 

Across the river and into the trees. 

(BE 4-097.) 
Across the river and into the trees. 

(BE 4-098.) 
Across the river and into the trees. 

(BE 4-099.) 
Across the river and into the trees. 

(RE 4-101.) 

Hemingway, Hary. 

Across the river and into the trees. 

(BE 4-097.) 
Across the river and into the trees. 

(BE 4-098.) 
Across the river and into the trees. 

(BE 4-099.) 
Across the river and into the trees. 

(RE 4-101.) 



Hemon, Louis. 

Monsieur Bipois et la nemesis. 
(BE 2-570.) 

Hemon, Lydia. 

Honsieur Bipois et la nemesis. 
(RE 2-570.) 

Henderson, Herbert. 

Psalm twenty-eight. (BE 663.) 

Henderson, Luis H. 

A Child's book of dogs. (RE 803.) 

Henle (G. ) Verlag. 

Sonaten fuer Klavier und Violine. 

(BE 3-664.) 
Das Wohltemperierte Klavier. 
(BE 3-663.) 

Hennessey, Brian D. 

The Complete book of built-ins. 
(BE 2-624.) 

Hennessey, Irene. 

You can take my ring off your finger. 
(BE 433.) 

Hennessey, Liza Kevin. 

The Complete book of built-ins. 
(RE 2-624.) 

Hennessey, William James. 

The Complete book of built-ins. 
(HE 2-624.) 

Henry, Ervin G. 

Christmas shopping jingles 1-30. 

(BE 2-321.) 
A Song for Christmas Day. (BE 2-320.) 

Henry, George H. 

Short stories for our times. 
(BE 2-107.) 

Henry, Hacy Lela. 

Teardrops of regret. (BE 2-836.) 

Henry, Harguerite. 

Born to trot. (BE 2-801.) 

Henry, Virgil. 

The Place of religion in public 
schools. (BE 4-053.) 

Henson, Rosa Hay. 

Exercises for Texas: the story of the 
Lone Star State. (BE 1-436.) 

Hepner, Harry W. 

Psychology applied to life and work. 
TBE 2-717.) 

The Herb Society of America. 
The Herbarist. (BE 2-913.) 

Herbert, F. Hugh. 

The Hoon is blue. (RE 636.) 

Herbert, Hary Alice. 

The Hoon is blue. (BE 636.) 

Herdan-Zuckmayer, Alice. 

Der Gesang im Feuerofen. (BE 3-817.) 

Herfurth, C. Paul. 

Snow White fantasy. (RE 3-941.) 

Herfurth, Clarence Paul. 

First movement of Symphony in D. 
(RE 1-853.) 

The Heritage Press. 

Confessions of an English opium eater. 

(BE 3-805.) 
The Golden cockerel. (BE 3-174.) 
Madame Bovary. (BE 3-806.) 

Herlan, Gustav Oswald. 

Not built with hands. (BE 3-545.) 

Hernandez, Pablo valdes. See 
Valdes Hernandez, Pablo. 



1978 



NAHE INDEX 



119 



Hernandez, Pedro Escobedo. See 
Escobedo Hernandez, Pedro. 

Herrera, Guillermo Salaaanca. See 
Salamanca Herrera, Guillermo. 

Herman, Daniel H. , Jr. 

Composition number 1. (RE 323.) 

Composition number 2. (BE 307.) 

Composition number 3. (RE 306.) 

Herzoff, Archie. 

Holy reverie. (RE 1-326.) 

Herzog, Gerty Blacher-. See 
Blacher-Herzog, Gerty. 

Hester, George c 

Exercises for Texas: the story of the 
Lone Star State. (RE 1-136.) 

Heuer, J. Vincent. 

Feudin* mountain boys. (RE 1-339.) 
Ghost for rent. (RE 1-369.) 
Hercules' night out. (BE 1-337.) 
The Mystery of the locked room. 

(RE 1-338.) 
The Youngest. (RE 1-757.) 

The Heuer Publishing Company. 
The Laughing ghost. (RE 2-018.) 
Rest assured. (RE 2-017.) 
Wilbur's wild night. (RE 2-016.) 

Heyne, Joe. 

The Petite waltz. (RE 371.) 

Heyser, E. K. 

Trust in the Lora. (RE 3-213.) 

Heywood, Donald. 

A Bainy day. (BE 796.) 



Hibbert, Eleanor. 

The Goldsmith's wife. 



(BE 1-873.) 



Bicks, John D. 

The Baking of modern America. 
(RE 1-072.) 

Hicks, Lucile C. 

The Baking of modern America. 
(BE 1-072.) 

Higgins, Mary Boyd. 

Orgone energy bulletin. (BE 3-118.) 
Orgone energy bulletin. (BE 3-119.) 

Hiler , Cha riot te. 

The Kansas waltz. (RE 1-706.) 
The Kansas waltz. (RE 1-711.) 

Hiler, Charlotte Ailene. 
Cacicaval. (BE 3-320.) 

Billiard, Bob. 

All American rainbow. (BE 112.) 
Merry Christmas rhumba. (RE 3-691.) 
Ho well on earth. (RE 3-690.) 

Billiard, Jacqueline. 

All American rainbow. (RE 112.) 
Merry Christmas rhumba. (BE 3-69 1.) 
Ho well on earth. (RE 3-690.) 

Hillis, Floyd. 

Cool and easy. (RE 1-985.) 
Goin* to see my baby. (BE 1-701.) 
Good times blues. (BE 1-702.) 
Little red men. (RE 1-961.) 

Hilscher, Herbert H. 

Alaska now. (BE 1-112.) 

Hilton, James. 

Bandom harvest. (RE 3-593.) 

Hilton, Ronald. 

who's who in Latin America. 
(RE 2-005.) 

Hinchman, Mrs. John. See 
Sellew, Catherine F. 



Hinkley, Laura L. 

The Stevensons: Louis and Fanny. 
(RE 1-211.) 

The Hispanic Society of America. 
The Lusiads of Luis DeCamoes. 
(RE 3-861.) 

Hitch, Earle. 

Rebuilding rural America. (RE 1-051.) 

Hjelmervik, Kenneth. 

Brumbasken i bumba. (RE 3-915.) 

Hodson, Carle. 

The Friday night waltz. (RE 2-267.) 
The New Horwegian waltz. (BE 2-268.) 
Phantom waltz. (RE 2-266.) 

Hoeller, Karl. 

Kleine Sonate fuer Klavier. 
(BE 3-139.) 

Hoffman, Al. 

The Crazy things you do when you're in 

love. (BE 3-152.) 
Don't say you care, unless you really 

do. (RE 115.) 
Don't say you care, unless you really 

do. (BE 2-151.) 
I'm happy to know you're happy. 

(RE 3-829.) 

Hoffman, Hancy. 

Don't say you care, unless you really 

do. (RE 2-151.) 
I'm happy to know you're happy. 
(BE 3-829.) 

Hofmannsthal, Hugo Von, 1871-1929. 
Prosa I. (BE 2-913.) 

Hofstaetter, Igo. 

Die Bimmel-bammel-bummelbahn. 
(BE 3-611.) 

Hogsed, Roy. 

Tonight I'm all alone. (BE 2-299.) 

Holberg, Ruth Langland. 

Restless Johnny. (BE 1-060.) 

Holbrook, Stewart H. 

lankee exodus. (BE 839.) 

Bolder, Glenn. 

Moby Dick. (BE 2-917.) 

Hole. 

Be gentle unto all. (BE 3-087.) 

Holland, Horman. 

The Green bottle. (RE 565.) 

Hollander, Hugo, pseud. 

The Comb and paper polka. (RE 3-702.) 

Hollander, Irma. 

Love me. (BE 3-811.) 

Love, poets write about. (BE 3-836.) 

People under the skin. (RE 3-838.) 

Solitaire blues. (RE 3-810.) 

When I'm married to you. (RE 3-839.) 

When you ain't got a mate. (RE 3-837.) 

Hollander, Roy Waldemar. 

Hollander manual, the "Bible" of 

interchangeable automobile and truck 
parts. (RE 1-256.) 

Hollander Publishing Company, Inc. 
Hollander manual, the "Bible" of 

interchangeable automobile and truck 
parts. (RE 1-256.) 

Hollenbeck Home for the Aged, Los 
Angeles. Board of Trustees. 
Speech therapy for the physically 
handicapped. (BE 2-361.) 

Hollestelle, Ruth Cecelia Hood. 
My scrapbook of love. (BE 1-258.) 
Don't you gamble with me? (RE 1-257.) 



Holley, George. 

No place like home. (RE 1-697.) 

Holliday, Guy Spurgeon. 

Mother, tell me more of Jesus. 

(RE 301.) 
West Virginia is home to me. (RE 305.) 
Who did you tell? (RE 303.) 

dolman. Hat. 

Holman on basketball. (BE 13.) 

Holmes, Floyd. 

Echoing the blues. (RE 767.) 
Engine number nine. (BE 768.) 

Holmes, John. 

A Little treasury of love poems. 
(RE 3-791.) 

Holmes, John Haynes. 

Gandhi's letters to a disciple. 
(RE 1-121.) 

Holmes, Marian Susan. 

The School game book. (RE 3-010.) 

Holmes, Roger W. 

Gandhi's letters to a disciple. 
(RE 1-121.) 

Holmes, Salty. See 
Holmes, Floyd. 

Holt. 

Coppertown round-up. (BE 1-077.) 
The End of the Yuma Kid. (BE 3-518.) 



Holt, Binehart and Winston. 
American city government. (BE 
Basic French grammar. (BE 1-1 
A Diplomatic history of the 

States. (BE 2-161.) 
Does it always rain here. Mis 

(RE 1-878.) 
Elements of French. (HE 1-131 
Exercises for Texas: the stor 

Lone Star State. (BE 1-136 
French review grammar. (BE 1- 
General chemistry. (RE 2-160 
The Governments of foreign po 

(RE 3-016.) 
A History of political theory 

(BE 2-159.) 
Living with neighbors around 

world. (RE 2-625.) 
Modern chemistry. (RE 1-880.) 
Hew drugs. (RE 3-710.) 
The New Winston dictionary fo 

people. (BE 2-628.) 
The Saskatchewan. (BE 2-119.) 
Short stories for study. (RE 
Study guide for How to make a 

meaningful. (RE 2-626.) 
Teacher's manual for Nancy's 

(RE 2-627.) 
Theory and practice of psycho 

testing. (RE 1-138.) 
Tom's town. (RE 1-137.) 

Holton, Fred B. See 
iilson, Ira B. 

Holtzmann, Fanny E. 
Waltz. (RE 2-382.) 

Holub, Band. 

Scripts. (BE 2-365.) 

Home, William Douglas. 

Master of Arts. (BE 1-121.) 

Homick, Mickey. 

Sooner or later. (BE 1-027.) 

Hooven, Joe, pseud. See 
Bobinson, J. Bussel. 

Hoover, Theodore J. 

The Engineering profession. 
(RE 3-275.) 

Hope, Laura Lee, pseud. See 
Adams, Harriet S. 



1-879.) 
33.) 
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ter Hoyti 

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135.) 

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wers. 



the 



r young 

2-158.) 

rithmetic 

world, 
logical 



150 



RENEWALS 



JAN-JUN 



Horn, Sidney H. 

How to know the wild flowers. 
(RE 1-876.) 

Home, Kenneth. 

A Lady mislaid. (RE 844.) 

Home, (Irs. Kenneth. 

A Lady mislaid. (RE 844.) 

Horner, John Willard. 
Silver town. (RE 828.) 

Horsburgh, David B. 

Atlas of cat anatomy. (RE 2-007.) 

Horsburgh, Margaret G. 

Atlas of cat anatomy. (RE 2-007.) 

Horton, Billie Jean Williams. 

How can you refuse him now? (RE 942.) 
Why should I cry? (RE 943.) 

Horton, Lewis Henry. 

The Bitter withy. (RE 3-124.) 
Hebrew children. (RE 2-828.) 
Spiritual sailor. (BE 2-827.) 

Horwin, Jerome. 

Tasker Martin. (RE 1-769.) 

Hosier, Grace L. 

Is it life eternal? (HE 1-918.) 

Hovaness, Alan Scott. See 
Hovhaness, Alan, 1911-. 

Hovhaness, Alan, 1911 — . 
Vartan. (RE 903.) 

Howard, Joan. 

Oncle Sylvester. (RE 1-930.) 

Howard, Mark. 

Tell me true. (RE 7 77.) 

Howco Productions, Inc. 

The Daltons" women. (RE 2-928.) 
King of the bullwhip. (RE 2-927.) 

Howells, Herbert. 

Hymnus Paradisi. (RE 3-774.) 

Te Deum and jubilate. (RE 3-786.) 

Hoyle, H. 0. 

Jesus walked the water. (RE 141.) 

Hoyt, Murray. 

Does it always rain here, Hister Hoyt? 
(RE 1-877.) 

Hubbard, L. Ron. 

Chain scanning. (RE 3-808.) 
Child dianetics. (RE 3-635.) 
Group dianetics. (RE 3-809.) 

Hubbell, William Kelvey. 

The Echo in my heart. (RE 2-670.) 

Hug, Armand 0. 

A Dixie jam session. (RE 2-306.) 
Huggin' the keys. (RE 2-312.) 

Hughes, Dom Anseln. 

Marionette douce. (RE 3-136.) 
Puellare gremium. (RE 3-135.) 
Sanctus. (HE 3-129.) 

Hughes, Elmer James. 

Mrs. Robin's story. (RE 2-743.) 
Tie a string around your finger. 
(RE 2-744.) 

Hughes, Marvin Hammond. 

School of love. (RE 2-236.) 

Hughes, Robert J. 

The Touch of his hand. (RE 3-386.) 

Hugley, Laura Mengert. 

All around America. (RE 1-935.) 
Friendly neighbors. (BE 2-790.) 

Hugo, Victor Marie, 1802-1885. 
The Man who laughs. (RE 3-393.) 



Hugon, Andre. 

La Bobe de brocart ponceau. 
(RE 2-860.) 

Hull, Margaret Anglin. 

After such a life. (RE 193.) 

Hultgren, Thor. 

Cyclical diversities in the fortunes 
of industrial corporations. 
(RE 2-176.) 

Humel, Charles, pseud. See 
Mellones, Hubert. 

Humel, Charles, pseud. See 
Hellones, Hubert. 

Humperdinck, Engelbert, 1854-1921. 
Prayer. (BE 1-387.) 

Humphrey, William. 
Sister. (RE 1-372.) 

Hungerford, Edward Buell. 
Forbidden island. (BE 73 9;.) 

Hunt, Constance Phyllis. 

I want to do it. (HE 2-587.) 

Hunt, Mabel Leigh. 

The Wonderful baker. (RE 220.) 

Hunter, Alberta. 

You better change. (HE 1.) 

Hurd, clement. 

The Peppermint family. (RE 2-767.) 

Hurewitz, Jacob Coleman. 

The Struggle for Palestine. 
(HE 3-450.) 

Hutcheson, Ernest. 

On studying singing. (RE 1-864.) 

Hutton, Isabel Emslie. 

The Sex technique in marriage. 
(HE 3-6 14.) 



Iacopone DaTodi. See 
DaTodi, Iacopone. 

Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906. 

A Doll's house. (HE 3-038.) 
Ghosts. (HE 2-539.) 

Idriss, Judy. 

The Ghost of the fiddler. (RE 1-815.) 
Maggie, get a hammer. (BE 1-812.) 
Patricia. (RE 1-814.) 

Take a letter. Miss Smith. (HE 1-813.) 
Way, way out in left field. 
(HE 1-816.) 

Idriss, Lois. 

The Ghost of the fiddler. (BE 1-815.) 
Maggie, get a hammer. (RE 1-812.) 
Patricia. (RE 1-814.) 

Take a letter. Miss Smith. (HE 1-813.) 
Way, way out in left field. 
(RE 1-816.) 

Idriss, Pamela. 

The Ghost of the fiddler. (HE 1-815.) 
Maggie, get a hammer. (HE 1-812.) 
Patricia. (RE 1-814.) 

Take a letter. Hiss Smith. (BE 1-813.) 
Way, way out in left field. 
(BE 1-816.) 

Idriss, Ramey. See 
Idriss, Hamez. 

Idriss, Hamez. 

The Ghost of the fiddler. (HE 1-815.) 
Maggie, get a hammer. (RE 1-812.) 
Patricia. (HE 1-814.) 
Take a letter. Miss Smith. (RE 1-813.) 



Way, way out in left field. 
(HE 1-816.) 

Idriss, Suzanne. 

The Ghost of the fiddler. (HE 1-815.) 
Maggie, get a hammer. (RE 1-812.) 
Patricia. (RE 1-814.) 

Take a letter. Miss Smith. (RE 1-813.) 
Hay, way out in left field. 
(RE 1-816.) 

Illinois State Historical Library, 
Springfield. 
Laws of the Illinois Territory, 
1809-1818. (HE 629.) 

Indiana Historical Bureau. 

Journals of the General Assembly of 
Indiana Territory, 1805-1815. 
(RE 2-532.) 

Industrial Press, Inc. 

Machinery's handbook. (BE 3-184.) 

Information Coordinators, Inc. 
The Music index. (RE 3-047.) 

Inn, Henry. 

Chinese houses and gardens. 
(BE 1-239.) 

The Instrumentalist Company. 

The Instrumentalist. (RE 2-958.) 
The Instrumentalist. (BE 2-959.) 
The Instrumentalist. (HE 2-960.) 
The Instrumentalist. (BE 3-896.) 

Iowa. State Historical Department. 
State Historical Society. 
The Iowa journal of history. (BE 485.) 
The Palimpsest. (RE 484.) 
The Palimpsest. (RE 2-159.) 

Iowa State Historical Department, 

division of the State Historical 
Society. See 
Iowa. State Historical Department. 
State Historical Society. 

Iruretagoyena, Tomas Fernando. 
Tan tacatan. (RE 914.) 

Irwin, Leonard. 

Land of the living. (RE 3-601.) 

Isaac, Heinrich. 

Heinrich Isaac's Choralis Cons- 
tantinus, book III. (HE 2-887.) 

Isaac, Lud. See 
Isaac, Ludwig. 

Isaac, Ludwig. 

I have found God! (RE 648.) 
Since you are gone. (HE 650.) 
Who knows? (BE 649.) 
The Whole night long. (HE 652.) 
With you! (BE 651.) 

Isaac, Merle J. 

Csardas. (BE 192.) 

Isaacs, Lewis M. 

The Seagull. (BE 1-359.) 



Jack, Ben, pseud. See 
Banjak, Stephan. 

Jackel, Harry. 

Slow journey. (HE 1-762.) 

Jackel, Sylvia Shirley. 
Slow journey. (HE 1-762.) 

Jackson, George Pullen. 

Hebrew children. (RE 2-828.) 
Spiritual sailor. (RE 2-827.) 

Jackson, R. W. 

The Touch of his hand. (RE 3-386.) 



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151 



Jacobs, 11. 

Comanche Rose. (RE 3-828.) 

Jacobs, Helen Hull. 

Center court. (BE 2-639.) 

Jacobs, Jacob. 

Bin aol in Lebn. (RE 1-826.) 

Jacobs, Joseph. 

Joseph Jacobs' The Fables of Aesop. 
(RE 3-054.) 

Jacobs, Morton P. 
Jo-Inn. (RE 337.) 

Jacobs, Hilliam Rymark. 

The Captain's parrot. (RE 3-771.) 

Jaeger, Edmund C. 

Our desert neighbors. (RE 2-003.) 

Jagendorf, M- A. 

The Merry men of Gotham. (RE 1-212.) 

Jahn, Janheinz. 

Hit meinem kleinen Pianino. 
(RE 3-1104. ) 

James, Dick. 

Theatre. (RE 431.) 
The Trouble with love is love. 
(RE 2-105.) 

James, Edwin, pseud. See 
Gunn, James E. 

James, Henry, 1843-1916. 
The Innocents. (BE 84.) 

James, Marie Lee. 

Empty handed. (RE 1-988.) 

James, Hilton. 

I'm confessin' (that I love you) 

(RE 3-9i»3.) 
There's a rainbow round my shoulder. 

(RE 3-944.) 
Truth ever higher ascends. (RE 3-942.) 

James, Neal. 

Empty handed. (RE 1-988.) 

Jameson, Andrew, pseud. See 
Taggart, Ton. 

Janowitz, Abe. 

Halleluyah day. (RE 1-194.) 

Janowitz, Morris. 

Dynamics of prejudice. (BE 208.) 

Jagua, Harion. 

Let's get together. (BE 3-9 25.) 

Jagua, Robert E. 

Let's get together. (RE 3-925.) 

Jagua-McKee, Inc. 

Appliance 6 housewares catalog, 

1950-1951. (RE 3-919.) 
Electrical appliances, 1950-51. 

(RE 3-918.) 
Electrical appliances and housewares. 

(RE 3-921.) 
Enterprise appliances. (BE 3-917.) 
Harper Foundry and Hachine Company. 

(RE 3-915.) 
Hubbard Hardware. (BE 3-924.) 
Industrial Supply Company, Inc. 

(BE 3-922.) 
Let's get together. (BE 3-925.) 
McLaughlin Electric Supply House 

catalog. (BE 3-923.) 
Phillips 6 Easton Supply Company. 

(BE 3-916.) 
Traffic appliances and radio catalog. 

(BE 3-920.) 
Virginian Electric, Inc., electrical 

merchandise. (BE 3-914.) 
Kebb Belting E Supply Company general 

catalog. (BE 3-913.) 

Jarman, Henry C. 

Britannica. (BE 1-291.) 



Jarman, T. P. C. 

Britannica. (RE 1-291.) 

Jeanne Rosilda Longval. See 

Campbell, Jeanne Rosilda Longval. 

Jeans, Margaret E. 

Young wives' tale. (RE 562.) 

Jeans, Ronald. 

Young wives' tale. (RE 562.) 

Jeffers, Etta Hemphill Pond. 
At Grandpa's. (RE 1-299.) 

Jeffers, Mary Anitta. See 

Jeffers, Etta Hemphill Pond. 

Jeffreys, Alan. 

Rebel yell. (BE 783.) 

Jelinek, Hanns. 

Vier kleine Kammermusiken. (BE 621.) 

Jenkins, Gladys Gardner. 

Guidebook for the health and personal 
development. (BE 896.) 

Jenkins, Boy. 

Hate is the next thing to love. 
(BE 1-709.) 

Jenkins, Tex. See 
Jenkins, Boy. 

Jerome, John, pseud. 

One wonderful morning. (BE 375.) 
The Yodelling ghost. (BE 2-702.) 

Jerome, H. K. 

Little Johnnie Cowboy. (BE 1-811.) 

Jesus, Hario De. See 

Jesus B. , Mario Cesar De. 

Jesus B., Mario Cesar De. 
Impostora. (BE 695.) 

Jesus Morales, Jose De. 

Ando marchito. (BE 1-485.) 

Jewish Currents, Inc. 

Jewish life. (BE 1-004.) 
Jewish life. (BE 1-005.) 
Jewish life. (BE 1-006.) 
Jewish life. (BE 1-007.) 
Jewish life. (BE 1-008.) 

Jewish Social Studies. 

Jewish social studies. (BE 2-659.) 

Jewish social studies. (BE 3-180.) 

Jewish social studies. (BE 3-181.) 

Jewish social studies. (BE 3-182.) 

Jimenez, Santiago. 

Traigo un recuerdo. (BE 1-477.) 

John, Charles V. 

Peter Stuyvesant: boy with wooden 

shoes. (BE 2-197.) 
Three ships came sailing in. 
(BE 2-200.) 

John, Florence Stubbs. 

Bird's-eye view of the Pueblos. 
(BE 3-575.) 

Johns, Ralph Leslie. 

Psychology in everyday living. 

(BE 812.) 
A Workbook to accompany Psychology in 
everyday living. (BE 811.) 

Johnson, Clyde. 

No end to heaven. (BE 1-712.) 

Johnson, Crockett. 
Barnaby. (BE 198.) 

Johnson, E. P. 

After awhile. (RE 3-291.) 
The Devil can't rule. (BE 3-297.) 
Hold on. (BE 3-289.) 
I'll fare better in that land. 
(BE 3-299.) 



I'm tired. (BE 3-290.) 
In new Jerusalem. (RE 3-295.) 
It will soon be over. (BE 3-296.) 
I've been in the storm. (RE 3-298.) 
Bun, Mary, run. (BE 3-294.) 
Sing till the power of the Lord comes. 
(BE 3-293.) 

Johnson, Gerald V. 

Incredible tale: the odyssey of the 
average American in the last half 
century. (RE 1-423.) 

Johnson, H. Earle. 

Symphony Hall, Boston. (RE 2-142.) 

Johnson, Hal Clare. See 
Johnson, Halley Clare. 

Johnson, Halley Clare. 

Great big Moon. (RE 2-231.) 
Sad storm. (RE 2-230.) 
Tweep song. (BE 2-229.) 

Johnson, Haskell. 

No end to heaven. (BE 1-712.) 

Johnson, Ivonne E. 

A Bainy day. (RE 796.) 

Johnson, J. Rosamond. 

All o' God's chillun got shoes. 
(BE 965.) 

Johnson, James B. 

Stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, 
"Annunciation" (west central lancet) 
(BE 2-640.) 

Johnson, Jess. 

Beunion in the sky. (RE 1-197.) 

Johnson, Joshua. 

Pile driver boogie. (BE 2-319.) 
Bamblin' woman. (BE 2-315.) 

Johnson, Lonny. 

In love again. (BE 4-094.) 

Johnson, Lorraine 0. 

Hello, baby. (BE 2-534.) 

Johnson, Maryn Dash. 

The Christmas ride of Elmo the Elf. 
(BE 1-367.) 

Johnson, Olga Weydemeyer. 

Story of the tobacco plains country. 
(RE 2-647.) 

Johnson, Pa. See 
Johnson, Jess. 

Johnson, Philip. 

Enclosed premises. (BE 1-109.) 
Parlour game. (BE 1-135.) 

Johnson, Ted, pseud. See 
Kurtz, Ada. 

Johnson, Thomas Pierce, Jr. 

The Christmas ride of Elmo the Elf. 
(BE 1-367.) 

Johnson, William G. 

The Book of amazing facts. (BE 2-535.) 

Johnston, Albert Chandler, Jr. 
Because it's you. (RE 3-667.) 
Pasty lips. (RE 3-666.) 

Johnston, Alva. 

Postscript: the playwriting phase 
(part I) (BE 557.) 

Johnston, Evelyn. 

Postscript: the playwriting phase 
(part I) (RE 557.) 

Johnston, Pat. 

I'll remember April. (BE 679.) 

Jollet, Christian. 

Oh me! oh Mama! (BE 1-259.) 



152 



Jones, Ann. 

Doin' fine. (RE 283.) 
I wish we could try all over again. 
(RE 280.) 

Jones, David R. 

Out of the blue sky. (RE 123.) 

Jones, Edgar DeWitt. 

The Best of John A. Hutton. (RE 569.) 

Jones, Elwyn. 

Two on a tandem. (RE 3-703.) 

Jones, Franklin D. 

Machinery's handbook. (RE 3-184.) 

Jones, Fred R. 

Take it easy, take it light. 
(HE 2-252.) 

Jones, Isham Edgar. 

Out of the blue sky. (BE 123.) 

Jones, Nary Alice. 

His name was Jesus. (RE 2-798.) 

Jones, Stephen B. 

Geography 6 world affairs. (RE 1-942.) 

Jones, Willis R. 

The Best of John A. Hutton. (RE 569.) 

Jordan, Edwin P. 

Stedman's Shorter medical dictionary. 
(SE 806.) 

Jordan, Louis. 

Blue light boogie. (RE 3-831.) 

Jordan, Mildred. See 

Bausher, Mildred Jordan. 

Joscelyn, Archie. 

Border wolves. (RE 3-167.) 
Sundown. (RE 3-166.) 

Joseph, Glenn Howe. 

Parenteral use of pectin sols. 
(RE 3-1*12.) 

Jourdain, Alice M. See 
Von Hildebrand, Alice. 

Joyce, Archibald. 

Britannica. (RE 1-291.) 

Julien, Carl Thomas. 

Ninety six. (RE 1-7 37.) 

Julien, Jessie. 

Ninety six. (RE 1-7 37.) 

Jurewitz, J. c. See 

Hurewitz, Jacob Coleman. 

Jurisprudence Publishers, Inc. 

American jurisprudence. (RE 2-785.) 



Kagen, Genevieve Greer. 

On studying singing. (RE 1-86".) 

Kagen, Sergius. 

On studying singing. (RE 1-864.) 

Kahili, Joseph B. 

The Collector. (RE 1-213.) 

Kalashnikoff , Elizabeth Lawrence. 
Toyon: a dog of the North and his 
people. (RE 1-425.) 

Kalashnikoff, Nicholas. 

Toyon: a dog of the North and his 
people. (RE 1-425.) 

Kalmanoff, Martin. 

So ends the night. (RE 4-011.) 





RENEWALS 






Kalmbach 


Publishing Company. 




Model railroader. (RE 


748. 


) 


Model railroader. (BE 


749. 


) 


Model railroader. (BE 


750. 


) 


Model railroader. (RE 


751. 


) 


Model railroader. (RE 


752. 


) 


Model railroader. (RE 


753. 


1 


Model railroader. (RE 


754. 


) 


Trains. 


(RE 1-819.) 






Trains. 


(RE 1-820.) 






Trains. 


(RE 1-821.) 






Trains. 


(HE 2-585.) 






Trains. 


(RE 3-392.) 






Trains. 


(RE 3-903.) 






Kamke, E. 








Theory 


of sets. (RE 157.) 





Kammen (J. G J. ) Music Company. 
Easy to play. (RE 725.) 

Kandel, Aben. 

Kitty Doone. (BE 1-133.) 

Kanter, Albert L. 

Around the world in 80 days. 

(RE 1-561.) 
The Black tulip. (BE 3-908.) 
The Cloister £ the hearth. (RE 836.) 
Julius Caesar. (BE 1-560.) 
The Man who laughs. (BE 3-393.) 
The Oregon Trail. (BE 3-394.) 
The Pilot. (BE 1-562.) 
The Scottish chiefs. (BE 2-144.) 

Kantor, Irene Layne. 

Lee and Grant at Appomattox. (BE 443.) 

Kantor, MacKinlay. 

Lee and Grant at Appomattox. (BE 233.) 
Lee and Grant at Appomattox. (RE 443.) 

Kantor, Tim. 

Lee and Grant at Appomattox. (RE 443.) 

Kaplan, H. J. See 
Kaplan, Harold' J. 

Kaplan, Harold J. 

The Plenipotentiaries. (RE 4-055.) 

Karas, Anton. 

Danube dreams. (RE 4-142.) 
Visions of Vienna. (BE 4-143.) 

Karnes, Scotty. 

Thirteen stripes in Old Glory. 

(RE 9 02.) 
Thirteen stripes in Old Glory. 

(RE 1-997.) 

Kaufmann, Walter A. 

Nietzsche: philosopher, psychologist, 
antichrist. (RE 228.) 

Kavanaugh, Ethel. 

Wilderness homesteaders. (BE 832.) 

Kaye, Buddy. 

A Penny a kiss, a penny a hug. 

(RE 600.) 
A Penny a kiss, a penny a hug. 

(BE 3-389.) 
Bupert. (HE 3-390.) 
Warm kisses in the cool of the night. 

(BE 3-387.) 
Where do I go from you? (BE 3-388.) 

Kaye, Norman. 

The New Tennessee baby. (RE 772.) 

Kaye, Sammy. 

My dear little girl of Theta Chi. 
(RE 53.) 

Keen, A. Hyra. 

California fossils for the field 
geologist. (BE 2-004.) 

Keil, Mrs. Girard. 

Anybody can do anything. (RE 1-651.) 

Keith Prowse Music Publishing Company, 
Ltd. 
Da capo. (RE 2-235.) 



JAN-JON 



Keif, Harold. 

Sunshine street. (RE 1-266.) 

Kell, Jean Marie Bruyere. 

A Greeting story of Santa. (RE 3-671.) 

Keller, Joseph Ludwig. 

Chaps and calico. (BE 1-552.) 

Kelly, Jack. 

A Slip of the heart. (RE 764.) 

Kelsey, Alice Geer. 

The Teakwood pulpit and other stories 
for juniors worship. (RE 2-662.) 

Kemp, Bill. 

Tailor-made woman. (RE 2-316.) 

Kendis, Jacobo. 

Besos falsos. (RE 1-998.) 

Kennedy, James B. 

Matilda. (BE 1-279.) 

Oh me! oh Mama! (RE 1-259.) 

Kennedy, Jimmy. 

Don't make a memory of me. (BE 657.) 

Kennedy, Jimmy. See 
Kennedy, James B. 

Kenney, Jack. 

Christmas candy. (BE 2-293.) 

The Leaves musn't fall. (RE 807.) 

Kenny, Charles F. 

I'll be back. (RE 135.) 

Put it in Jerry's room. (RE 134.) 

Kenny, Nick. 

I'll be back. (RE 135.) 

Put it in Jerry's room. (BE 134.) 

Kent-Wright, Clifford. 

The Haitlands. (BE 1-131.) 

Kenyon, Gerry. See 

Kenyon, Victor Gerard. 

Kenyon, Victor Gerard. 

The Bumbleseat song. (BE 2-360.) 
The Bumbleseat song. (BE 2-361.) 

Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. 
The Kenyon review. (BE 2-906.) 
The Kenyon review. (BE 2-907.) 
The Kenyon review. (BE 2-908.) 

Kerr, Illingworth H. 

The Saskatchewan. (HE 2-449.) 

Kerr, Mildred L. 

A Crown of life. (RE 879.) 

Kerr, Mildred Lewis. 

Let me walk in Thy way. (RE 1-883.) 
A Mother's Day prayer. (BE 104.) 
A Wedding prayer. (BE 4-087.) 

Kerry, Virginia Campbell. 
Moose country. (HE 2-196.) 

Kersey, Jimmy. 

Let's go dancin'. (BE 2-328.) 

Kershner, Howard E. 

Quaker service in modern war. 
(RE 885.) 

Keth, Carl Adam. 

Georgia gal. (BE 1-317.) 
Just you, dear. (RE 1-316.) 
Lonely. (BE 1-319.) 
Somebody's lonely. (BE 1-318.) 

Keuffel & Esser Company. 

Leroy lettering and symbols. (BE 627.) 

Khachaturian, Aram. See 

Khatchaturian , Aram, 1903-. 

Khatchaturian, Aram, 1903-. 
Masguerade suite. (BE 575.) 



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153 



Kilborne, R. Stewart, Jr. 

An Idea of enormous value to a 

cigarette manufacturer. (BE 2-613. ) 

Kimes, Kenneth F. 

Caroltime. (RE 3-801. ) 

King, Frank. 

Hy last waltz. (BE 1-020.) 
Whisper waltz. (BE 1-016.) 

King, Hilton D. 

Kidnapped. (BE 2-919.) 

King, Harriott F. 

Tucket bonnet. (BE 1-366.) 

King, Maurice. 

Blues at daybreak. (BE 1-686.) 
Camp meeting bounce. (BE 1-981.) 
What's happening? (BE 3-323.) 

King, Hauruce. See 
King, Maurice. 

King, Pee See. See 
King, Frank. 

King, Philip. 

The Moonlight valse. (BE 1-809.) 
On Monday next. (BE 1-136.) 
Zing-zing-zoom-zoom. (RE 3-678.) 

King, Boy. 

Everybody knew but me. (BE 786.) 
Kiss sy tears away. (BE 770.) 

King, Buth T. 

Kidnapped. (BE 2-919.) 

King, Stanford. 

Short'nin' bread. (BE 3-610.) 

Kingsley, Charles, 1819-1975. 
The Hater babies. (BE 3-596.) 

Kingsley, Herbert. 

The Green dog. (BE 3-120.) 

Kingsley, Madge Evans. 

Darkness at noon. (BE 2-619.) 
Darkness at noon. (BE 3-263.) 

Kingsley, Sidney. 

Darkness at noon. (RE 2-619.) 

Kingsley, Sidney S. 

Darkness at noon. (BE 3-263.) 

Kinney, Balph Parsons. 

The Complete book of furniture repair 
and refinishing. (BE 3-791.) 

Kirkendall, Lester A. 

Sex education as human relations. 
(RE 1-293.) 

Kirmse, Marguerite. 

Spot, the dalmatian pup. (BE 1-653.) 

Kisselgoff, Avram Leib. 

Factors affecting the demand for 
consumer installment sales credit. 
(BE 2-185.) 

Kissling, George H. , Jr. 

If ever you should change your mind. 

(RE 2-163.) 
I'm bound for Ireland. {BE 2-162.) 

Kissling, George Henry. 

If ever you should change your mind. 

(BE 2-163.) 
I'm bound for Ireland. (BE 2-162.) 

Klaperman, Libby M. 

The Dreidel who wouldn't spin. 
(RE 368.) 

Klein, Milton Louis. 

No one else will do. (BE 2-261.) 

Klein, Sara G. 

when they are three. (BE 1-189.) 



Kleinman, Karyl J. 

Everybody speaks. (BE 2-026.) 

Kleinsinger, George. 

Tubby the tuba. (RE 1-239.) 

The Tubby the tuba song. (BE 1-791.) 

Klenner, John. 

Don't you angel me, you little devil. 

(BE 571.) 
Heartless heart. (BE 573.) 

Klingman, Lawrence. 

His Majesty O'Keefe. (BE 3-792.) 

Kloss, Phillips. 

Dominant seventh. (BE 833.) 

Kneale, Albert H. 

Indian agent. (BE 829.) 

Knight, Annie Turner. 

A Documentary history of education in 
the South before 1860. (BE 161.) 

Knight, Damon. 

Contributions by Damon Knight. 
(BE 3-613.) 

Knight, Edgar Wallace. 

A Documentary history of education in 
the South before 1860. (RE 161.) 

Knight, Frances, pseud. See 
LaRue, Florence Knipe. 

Knight, Leslie Bowland Vincent. 
Playing together. (RE 3-785.) 

Knipscheer, James H. H. 

The Gentle hangman. (BE 3-568.) 

Knowles, Mrs. Douglas S. See 
Nielsen, May Mellinger. 

Knowles, Bay Mellinger. See 
Nielsen, May Mellinger. 

Knyvett, Joyce. See 
Desert Magazine. 

Knyvett, William. 

The Bells of Saint Michael's tower. 
(RE 2-170.) 

Knyvett, William. See 
Desert Magazine. 

Kodaly, Sarolta. 

Vejneoojnen muzsikal. (RE 19.) 

Kodaly, Zoltan, 1882-1967. 

Vejnemojnen muzsikal. (BE 19.) 

Koefoed, Bjorn Munk. 
Ghosts. (BE 2-539.) 

Koestler, Arthur. 

Darkness at noon. (BE 2-619.) 

Koezing, Orsula. 

This boy Cody. (BE 1-806.) 

Kohe, Ida. 

Everybody speaks. (BE 2-026.) 

Kohe, J. Martin. See 
Kohe, Jack Martin. 

Kohe, Jack Martin. 

Everybody speaks. (BE 2-026.) 

Kohn , P. Corbin. 

Connecticut death taxes. (BE 1-166.) 

Kolb, Jean. 

Madame est servie. (BE 2-870.) 

Kolbe, Morris. 

Around and around. (BE 2-580.) 

Konstantopoulou, Helenes. See 
Constantopoulos, Helen. 



Konvitz, Milton fi. 

Law and social action. (BE 2-233.) 

Koodin, Ben. 

Elko puttmaster. (RE 960.) 
Elkobord bulletin screen descriptive 
folder. (BE 2-980.) 

Kopp, fiudolph George. 

Mortuary reverie. (BE 3-912.) 

Kordsmeier, Agnes Schneider. See 
Christopher Novelties. 

Korn-Teur, S. 

Vi ahin zol ich gein. (BE 2-161.) 

Kornfeld, Peter, pseud. See 
Schultze, Norbert. 

Korsakoff, Bimsky-. See 
fiimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai. 

Korsakov, Nikolai Bimsky-. See 
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai. 

Kort, Harry. 

Darlin', don't do it to me, darlin'. 
(BE 2-301.) 

Kountz, Bichard. 

Carol of the questioning child. 
(BE 1-237.) 

Kozak, Louise Lawrence Devine. • 
Benjie Engie. (BE 2-791.) 

Krahmer, Alfred J. 

The Green dog. (BE 3-120.) 

Kramer, Aaron. 

Thru every window! (RE 3-812.) 

Krasner, William. 

The Gambler. (BE 2-221.) 

Krause, Ted. 

Are you happy? (BE 1-198.) 

Krebs, Bichard J. 

Wintertime. (BE 2-783.) 

Krennikow, T. 

Two pieces for four brass instruments. 
(BE 2-107.) 

Kretzschoar, Florence. 

The Music index. (BE 3-017.) 

Kreuder, Peter. 

Als Einsiedler geh' ich in den Wald. 
(BE 3-109.) 

Kriebel, Anthony W. See 
Kriebel 6 Bates, Inc. 

Kriebel 6 Bates, Inc. 

Christ our pilot. (BE 2-652.) 
Sallman's "The Pleading Savior." 
(BE 981.) 

Krise, George E. 

The Heartbreak Express. (BE 1-009.) 

Krise, Speedy. See 
Krise, George E. 

Kristensen, Evald Tang. 

The Power of love. (BE 3-128.) 

Krug, Edward August. 

Curriculum planning. (RE 866.) 

Krum, Jimmy. 

The Canasta song. (BE 3.) 

Krum, Bobert Hiram. 

Skill game playing card. (BE 2-227.) 

Kubik, Gail. 

Choral scherzo on a well known tune. 

(BE 708.) 
She who was all piety. (BE 691.) 



isa 



BENEWALS 



JAN-JON 



Kuenzly, Mrs. Ingeborg E. 
Against the tide. (HE 366.) 

Kurtz, Ada. 

More than I care to remember. 
(RE 114.) 

Kushner, Arthur S. 

A Simplified manual of modern baby 

shoe plating. (HE 3-676.) 
A Simplified manual of modern brush 

plating. (RE 3-677.) 
A Simplified manual of modern chrome 

refinishing. (BE 2-666.) 

Kushner, Joseph B. 

A Simplified manual of modern baby 

shoe plating. (BE 3-676.) 
A Simplified manual of modern brush 

plating. (BE 3-677.) 
A Simplified manual of modern chrome 

refinishing. (BE 2-666.) 

Kuznets, Simon. 

Shares of upper income groups in 
income and sa»ings. (BE 2-181.) 

Kyle, Doris F. 

Be your real self. (BE 4-113.) 

Kyle, Elizabeth, pseud. See 
Dunlop, Agnes M. R. 



LaFontaine, Jean De, 1621-1695. 
Selected works of LaFontaine. 
(RE 2-463.) 

LaFuente, Gabriel Luna De. See 
Luna DeLaFuente, Gabriel. 

Laidman, Hugh. 

How to build your own house. 
(BE 2-219.) 

Lake, Bonnie. 

The Handsome stranger. (RE 8.) 
Hild card. (BE 4.) 

Lake, Bonnie. See 

Murray, Bonnie Lake. 

Lake, Mayhem Lester. 

March on! ye soldiers of the Lord. 

(RE 924.) 
■Neath the banner of the cross. 

(HE 923.) 
The Official C Y band book. 

(BE 926.) 

LaMairie, Jarret De. 

Beflexions sur la conduite de la vie. 
(RE 2-552.) 

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. 

Charles and Mary Lamb's Tales from 
Shakespeare. (BE 3-055.) 

Lamb, Mary. 

Charles and Mary Lamb's Tales from 
Shakespeare. (BE 3-055.) 

Lambert, David. 

Dog Patch tromp. (BE 3-316.) 
Evil Eye Fleagle. (BE 3-315.) 

Lambert, Janet. 

Confusion--by Cupid. (BE 1-782.) 

Lambert, Kent C. 

Confusion — by Cupid. (BE 1-782.) 

Lamont, Victor, pseud. See 
Maiorana, Victor. 

Lampe, Walther. 

Sonaten fuer Klavier und Violine. 

(BE 3-664.) 
Das Wohltemperierte Klavier. 

(RE 3-663.) 



Lampert, Katherine. 

Nicolas Berdyaev's Dream and reality. 
(RE 3-062.) 

Land, Harold. 

San Diego bounce. (BE 3-346.) 

Landau, Jacob. 

The Wright brothers: pioneers of 
American aviation. (BE 120.) 

Landis, Judson T. 

Personal adjustment, marriage, and 
family living. (BE 584.) 

Landis, Mary G. 

Personal adjustment, marriage, and 
family living. (BE 584.) 

Landon, Stewart, pseud. See 
Wilson, Boger C. 

Landry, Mrs. Eli. See 
Buir, Bay Vivian. 

Landry, Vivian M. 

If you can't hold a man with your 
kisses. (BE 501.) 

Lane, Charles Francis. See 
Wilson, Ira B. 

Lane, James Weldon. 

Musical functions. (BE 356.) 
Railroad boogie. (BE 355.) 

Lane Publishing Company. 
Sunset. (BE 214.) 
Sunset. (BE 1-163.) 
Sunset. (BE 2-234.) 
Sunset. (RE 2-629.) 
Sunset. (BE 3-049.) 

Lange, Johnny. 

Teardrops on the roses. (BE 848.) 

Lange, Odile Appell. 

Methodes et problemes de la theorie 
des fonctions. (BE 2-842.) 

Langenus, Alan C. 
Adagio. (BE 508.) 

Langenus, Gustav. 
Adagio. (RE 508.) 

Lanham, Boy. 

Lanham' s git- boogie. (RE 788.) 
She's gone but not forgotten. 

(RE 773.) 
Trouble, trouble. (HE 789.) 

Lantz (Walter) Productions, Inc. 

Walter Lantz Andy Panda in the Isle of 

Mechanical Men. (BE 3-435.) 
Walter Lantz new funnies. (BE 3-436.) 
Walter Lantz new funnies. (BE 3-437.) 
Walter Lantz new funnies. (RE 3-438.) 

Lanza, Frances Frenaye. 

San Gennaro never says no. (BE 3-471.) 

LaPierre, Dominique. 

On dollar les mille kilometres. 
(BE 2-565.) 

Lara, Agustin. 

Campas de espera. (HE 904.) 
Open your heart. (BE 710.) 
Pecadora. (BE 1-722.) 
Te vendes. (BE 605.) 

Lara, Augustin. 

Por que negar. (BE 718.) 

Larbaud, Valery, 1881-1957. 

Oeuvres completes de Valery Larbaud. 
(HE 2-863.) 

Laredo, pseud. See 
Mari Bas, Vicente. 

Large, Donald Elliot. 

Down in the valley. (EE 2-168.) 



Drink to me only with thine eyes. 
(RE 2-169.) 

LaBiestra, Carlos Perez De. See 
Perez DeLaBiestra, Carlos. 

Larkin, Milton. 

Early morning boogie. (BE 1-984.) 

Easy going daddy. (RE 1-983.) 

Rainy weather blues. (BE 3-331.) 

She ain't with me no more. (BE 3-330.) 

LaRosa, Orlando De. See 
Rosa, Orlando DeLa. 

LaBosiere, Frederic Petijean De. 
Folie de sages. (BE 2-557.) 

LaBosiere, Marie Petijean De. 
Folie de sages. (EE 2-557.) 

Larrea, Carmelo. 

Los Celos y el viento. (BE 1-480.) 

Larson, Catherine Martha. See 
Abuja, Catherine Martha Larson. 

Larsson, Karin Linnea. 

Acki, icki, ocki, wacki. (HE 1-201.) 

LaEue, Florence Knipe. 
Maggie. (BE 3-850.) 

Lasker, Edward. 

Chess for fun and chess for blood. 

(BE 1-932.) 
Modern chess strategy. (BE 1-790.) 

Laslo, Doris. 

A Pet for Peter. (EE 1-938.) 

Las swell, Harold D. 
Psychiatry. (BE 46.) 

Lasswell, Mary. See 

Smith, Mary L. Lasswell. 

Latham, B. S. 

To love and be wise. (EE 3-061.) 

Latorre, J. P. 

Los Platillos volantes. (EE 1-512.) 
Vuelve el Charleston. (EE 1-493.) 

Latorre, J. P. See 
Latorre, Jose Pal. 

Latorre, Jose. 

Llena de gracia. (EE 1-487.) 

Latorre, Jose P. 

Serenata. (EE 4-157.) 

Latorre, Jose Pal. 

Fascinacion. (EE 1-199.) 

La Golondrina. (BE 1-489.) 

Llena de gracia. (BE 1-486.) 

Perdimos la ocasion. (BE 1-207.) 

Los Platillos volantes. (BE 1-513.) 

Serenata. (BE 912.) 

Si volviera a nacer. (EE 913.) 

Si volviera a nacer. (BE 3-800.) 

Vuelve el Charleston. (EE 1-494.) 

Lau, Josephine Sanger. 

The Wooden mug. (BE 1-453.) 

Laufer, Beatrice. 

Percussion. (EE 3-863.) 

Laundon, Jean Kinney. 

The Complete book of furniture repair 
and refinishing. (BE 3-791.) 

Lavalle, Paul. 

Big Joe, the tuba. (EE 2-650.) 
The Merrymakers. (BE 2-649.) 

LaVarende, Eric De. 

Les Broglie. (BE 2-86 5.) 

LaVarende, Jean De. 

Les Broglie. (BE 2-865.) 



1978 



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155 



Lav, Alexander William. 

Suite for strings. (RE 637.) 

Lav, Dean Warner. 

Sight unseen. (BE 2-621.) 

Law, Warner. See 
Lax, Dean Harner. 

Lawson, John Howard. 

The Hidden heritage. (BE 988.) 

The Lawyers Co-operative Publishing 

Company. 
American law reports. (RE 427.) 
American law reports. (RE 3-228.) 
American law reports. (RE 4-082.) 
American law reports annotated. 

(HE 1-167.) 
American law reports annotated. 

(RE 3-229.) 
American law reports annotated. 

(RE 4-083.) 
Annotated laws of Massachusetts. 

(BE 428.) 
Cases argued and decided in the 

Supreme Court of the Onited States. 

October Term, 1948. (BE 3-230.) 
Connecticut death taxes. (RE 1-166.) 
Deller's edition of Walker on patents. 

(RE 3-232.) 
Digest of Onited States Supreme Court 

reports annotated. (RE 216.) 
Examinations before trial- (RE 426.) 
Federal code annotated. (RE 1-439.) 
Federal code annotated. (BE 2-786.) 
Federal code annotated. (BE 4-080.) 
Federal Code annotated. Title 

18 — 1950. (RE 3-233.) 
Goodrich Amram procedural rules 

service with forms, April 1950. 

(RE 3-231.) 
Jessup-Redf ield Law and practice in 

the Surrogates' Courts in the State 

of New York. (RE 217.) 
Jessup-Bedfield Law and practice in 

the Surrogates' Courts in the State 

of New York. (BE 218.) 
New York consolidated laws service. 

(BE 1-165. ) 
New York consolidated laws service. 

(BE 2-787.) 
Nichols-Cahill annotated New York 

civil practice acts, 1950 cumulative 

pocket supplement. (BE 4-081.) 
Permanent digest of American law 

reports annotated covering volumes 

1-175 ALB. (RE 215.) 
Permanent digest of American law 

reports annotated covering volumes 

1-175 A L R. (RE 1-169.) 
Remington on bankruptcy. (RE 1-168.) 
Supplement to the third edition of 

Newhall's Settlement of estates and 

fiduciary law in Massachusetts. 

(BE 1-164.) 

Lazare, Edward. 

American book-prices current. 
(RE 1-340.) 

Lazare, Ramona J. 

American book-prices current. 
(RE 1-340.) 

Lazarsfeld, Paul Felix. 

Continuities in social research: 
studies in the scope and method of 
"The American soldier." (BE 3-750.) 

Learned, Erma. 

The New Winston dictionary for young 
people. (RE 2-628.) 

Learned, Hrs. Henry D. See 
Learned, Erma. 

Leavitt, William L. 

Laboratory manual for Elementary 
statistical methods, as applied to 
business and economic data. 
(BE 3-051.) 



Lebegue, Baymond. 

Bonsard, l'homme et l'oeuvre. 
(RE 2-550.) 

LeBlanc, LeBoy. 

Boiled crawfish. (BE 1-859.) 

Lecuona, Ernesto. 

For always. (BE 696.) 

Lee, Alfred McClung. 

Can the individual protect himself 

against propaganda not in his 

interest? (BE 127.) 
Implementation of opinion survey 

standards. (RE 126.) 
Power-seekers. (BE 961.) 

Lee, Clarence, pseud. See 
Pizzigoni, Pietro. 

Lee, Lester. 

Another millionaire in Texas. 
(BE 308.) 

Lee, Robert H. 

Creative broadcasting. (RE 3-765.) 

Lee, Shao Chang. 

Chinese houses and gardens. 
(RE 1-239.) 

Leeds Music Corporation. 

Masguerade suite. (BE 575.) 
death, where is thy sting? 
(BE 2-631.) 

Lefkowitch, Henry. 

Turn balalaika. (RE 1-825.) 

Vi ahin zol ich gein. (BE 2-161.) 

Lefkowitch, Stanley. 

Turn balalaika. (RE 1-825.) 

Vi ahin zol ich gein. (RE 2-161.) 

Lefler, Hugh Talaage. 

The Papers of Walter Clark. 
(RE 2-374.) 

Lehman, Ernest. 

Tell me about it tomorrow. (BE 1-234.) 

Lehmann, Johnny. 

He can come back anytime he wants to. 
(RE 2-291.) 

Lehner, Ernst. 

Symbols, signs and signets. 
(RE 1-868.) 

Lehner, Johanna- 
Symbols, signs and signets. 
(RE 1-868.) 

Leibert, David G. 

Pray for me. (RE 2-971.) 

See them drivers roll. (RE 2-970.) 

Leibert, Dick. See 
Leibert, Richard. 

Leibert, Linda M. 

Pray for me. (BE 2-971.) 

See them drivers roll. (RE 2-970.) 

Leibert, Richard. 

Pray for me. (RE 2-971.) 

Leibert, Richard W. , 3d. 
Pray for me. (RE 2-971.) 
See them drivers roll. (RE 2-970.) 

Leibert, Richard William. 

See them drivers roll. (RE 2-970.) 

Leibert, Rosemarie. 

Pray for me. (RE 2-971.) 

See them drivers roll. (RE 2-970. ) 

Leibow, Ruth Irene. 

Bar mitzvah (or confirmation) song. 
(RE 3-689.) 

Leighton, Herb, pseud. See 
Leventhal, Herbert. 



Leighty, Mrs. Charles. See 
Leighty, Lillian Mills. 

Leighty, Lillian Mills. 

Story of the tobacco plains country. 
(RE 2-647.) 

Leites, Nathan. 

Movies. (RE 3-748.) 

Lemoine, Georges. 

Madame est servie. (RE 2-870.) 

Lemoine, flarcelle Gaudry. 

Madame est servie. (BE 2-870.) 

Leonard, Hal. 

When my baby smiles at me. (BE 660.) 

Leonard, J. Edson. 
Flies. (RE 1-768.) 

Leonard, T. 

Beggin' blues. (RE 3-332.) 
I'm livin' O.K. (BE 1-659.) 
I'm through. (BE 1-658.) 
You're fine but you're not my kind. 
(RE 3-333.) 

Leonard, Terrel. 

If I didn't love you so. (BE 1-678.) 
If it's so, baby. (RE 1-679.) 

Leonard, Terrell. 

Our romance is gone. (BE 3-337.) 

Leonardo DaVinci, 1452-1519. 
The Last Supper. (RE 3-080.) 

Leoncavallo, Ruggiero, 1858-1919. 
Prologue to the opera Pagliacci. 
(RE 2-598.) 

Lerner, Sammy. See 

Lerner, Samuel Manuel. 

Lerner, Samuel Manuel. 

The Corn keeps a-growin*. (RE 3-452.) 

Leslau, Wolf. 

The Fire on the mountain, and other 
Ethiopian stories. (RE 2-784.) 

Lesly, Philip. 

Public relations handbook. (RE 818.) 

Lessing, Doris May. 

The Grass is singing. (RE 2-220.) 

Leutz, Josephine Maier. 

Ask the man who made me dream. 

(RE 3-629.) 
The Blue shores of Hawaii. (RE 1-249.) 
Diary, dear diary. (RE 3-627.) 
Ginger bread. (RE 3-628.) 
I know an old sea dog. (BE 3-631.) 
I wished that I was dead. (BE 3-630.) 
I wonder, I wonder. (BE 3-626.) 
Now I'll fiddle. (BE 1-247.) 
The Boad to heaven. (RE 3-625.) 
Stay on the good side of heaven, walk 

hand in hand with the Lord. 

(RE 3-633.) 
Sweet Lenore. (RE 3-632.) 
Venetian dreams. (RE 1-248.) 

Levang, Niel. 

Jelly bean rag. (RE 1-029.) 

Leveen, Raymond. 

Now that you know. (BE 1-750.) 

Leventhal, Herbert. 

A Written guarantee. (RE 963.) 

Levi, Edward H. 

Elements of the law. (BE 2-575.) 

Levine, Evelyn J. 

Simple, simple, simple. (BE 133.) 

Levinson, Daniel J. 

The Authoritarian personality. 
(BE 813.) 



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Levinson, Horace C. 

The Science of chance, fron 

probability to statistics. (HE 524.) 

Levis-Mirepoix, Due Antoine De. 

Les Guerres de religions (1559-1610) 
(BE 2-853.) 

Levy, Charles Joseph. 

The Call of the West. (BE 2-377.) 

Levy, Sylvia Narins. 

French review grammar. (RE 1-435.) 

Lewin, Bertram D. 

The Psychoanalysis of elation. 
(RE 3-«11.) 

Lewin, David B. 

The Psychoanalysis of elation. 
(RE 3-411.) 

Lewis, Al. 

If I didn't already love you, baby 
(I'd certainly fall in love with you 
now) (RE 992.) 

Lewis, J. C. 

Darlin', don't do it to me, darlin'. 
(HE 2-301.) 

Lewis, Janet. See 

Winters, Janet Lewis. 

Lewis, Pete. 

New Orleans shuffle. (RE 1-698.) 
Pete's boogie. (RE 3-384.) 

Lewis, Sinclair. 

Horld so wide. (BE 2-353.) 

Lewis, Texas Jim. 

Bugle call baby. (RE 2-323.) 
01' Shorty. (RE 2-297.) 

Lewis, Wilmarth Sheldon. 

You know all the books. (BE 3-089.) 

Lewittes, Hordecai H. 

The Student Bible. (RE 465.) 

L'Hommedieu, Dorothy K. 

Spot, the dalmatian pup. (RE 1-654.) 

L'Hommedieu, Henry K. 

Spot, the dalmatian pup. (RE 1-654.) 

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